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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 tight spaces or in front of HVAC ducts to make the heating, ventilation or air conditioning more efficient in any room.
16-Inch directional ceiling fan composed of high gauge steel
Best regulated by included variable speed Lutron SFS5E wall control
Optimum fan head position is 45 degrees to yoke
Included Downrod Length: 10-Inch
The Jarold is not compatible with the vaulted ceiling canopy.
Each unique motor mount and fan head knob is made of genuine marbleized Bakelite.
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