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The Acqua rotational ceiling fan is thoughtfully designed to resemble the molecular structure of water, the Earth’s most precious resource. The Acqua offers fluid lines and quiet axial rotation. The motor heads can be infinitely positioned in 180-degree arcs for optimum air movement; the greater the angles of the motors to the horizontal support rods (up or down), the faster the axial rotation. A slow, controlled axial rotation is achieved by both motor head position and fan blade speed. Matthews rotational fans circulate heat and air-conditioning more efficiently than traditional paddle fans.
The Italo Ventania is the largest
ceiling fan in the Matthews Fan Co collection. Its vortex sculpted arms grasp also remarkable, side mounted blades in gentle, equatorial rotation. The motor heads can be infinitely positioned in 180 degree arcs for optimu Lutron wall ...
The blades of the Jarold Directional
ceiling fan can be infinitely positioned in a 180 degree arc to provide maximum, directional airflow. The Jarold can be hung in small, awkward spaces or in front of HVAC ducts to make more efficient the heating, ...
The double headed rotational ceiling fan,
Dagny, with cylindrical central housing and straight, parallel arms, is designed in the retrospective aesthetic. The Dagny offers fluid lines and quiet axial rotation. The motor heads can be infinitely positioned in 180 degree arcs for optimum ...