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What do I do when I already have ceiling fans that are working fine?

What do I do when I already have ceiling fans that are working fine?

Let us assume that you know about the huge benefits of super energy-efficient BLDC fans to an individual and to the nation. And now you want to replace your existing fans to super energy-efficient fans like Superfan. A question might arise – why should you spend a significant amount of money on replacing a working fan? Read further. The huge benefits of BLDC fans are gained when it is replacing a regular fan that is being used for long hours….

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Consumer Asks 1: Brand distinction

Consumer Asks 1: Brand distinction

This is blog is based on a comment from one of our older blog, How to differentiate between true manufacturers and marketers in the ceiling fan industry? What’s the difference between 28W & 35W ceiling fans? Does the lesser wattage mean more energy efficiency? How natural breeze mode in Super A1 work?  The distinctions between brands are not just manufacturing and marketing, there is an addition – designers, manufacturers, marketers. Designers – Develop their own technology (Own the technology). Manufacturers…

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BLDC Ceiling Fans Operate At Stable Speed Even During Fluctuations

BLDC Ceiling Fans Operate At Stable Speed Even During Fluctuations

Speed fluctuation in regular ceiling fans Ever experienced that your regular ceiling fan runs at a higher speed in the early hours of the morning or change speed on its own? This speed fluctuation stems from the inherent behaviour of the type of motor used in the ceiling fan. A regular ceiling fan is driven by Alternating Current Induction Motor (ACIM), for which, loosely speaking, the input supply voltage determines the rotation speed. The domestic input supply voltage (ideally 230V)…

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A Fan That Earns You Rs.2/per day For 20 Years or A Fan That Pollutes The Environment – What Would You Buy?

A Fan That Earns You Rs.2/per day For 20 Years or A Fan That Pollutes The Environment – What Would You Buy?

A comparison of BLDC fans with other popular premium ceiling fans in India Ceiling fans are ubiquitous in India, and their prices generally range from Rs. 1500 to Rs. 10,000. Every year about six crore ceiling fans are sold in India, and about 15% of them are premium fans. In the ceiling fan industry, premium fans are fans that cost more than Rs. 2500. The only significant difference between economy fans and most premium fans of top brands such as…

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Misconceptions About Ceiling Fans

Misconceptions About Ceiling Fans

Ceiling fans are the primary space cooling appliance in India. Ceiling fans may seem like a simple concept, but like everything else in the world, there are misconceptions and myths. Here are some common misconceptions and myths about ceiling fans. Ceiling Fans Cool The Room No! Ceiling fans don’t alter room temperature. It promotes air circulation and has no control over room temperature. The chillness we feel when under a ceiling fan is because it escalates the evaporation of our…

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