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Why not! A ceiling fan distributes air uniformly and pleasantly, saves on electricity costs, and if you install a SWING fan, you'll also have a stylish ceiling fan that upgrades the look of any space.
To maximize the effectiveness of a ceiling fan, it's important that the length of the blades be proportional to the size of the room. Small blades in a large room don't create the necessary air movement, while large blades in a small room distribute air excessively. Additionally, proportionality is important from a design standpoint as well. At SWING, we put a lot of thought into designing the ratio between the size of the room and the diameter of the blades, and these are our recommendations:
7-10m - 42"
10-13m - 48"
13+m - 54"- 60"
The dimensions of the ceiling fan in inches are the diameter of the ceiling fan
42" – 107 cm
48" – 122 cm
54" – 137 cm
60" – 152.4 cm
No, the number of blades is a design choice. However, when there are fewer blades, there is less weight on the motor of the fan, and it operates a bit faster, thereby balancing the airflow between the choice of number of blades.
The minimum ceiling height required for installing a ceiling fan is 2.5 meters.
Yes, it is necessary to install the down rod that comes with the ceiling fan.
Yes, it is possible to install a ceiling fan On a sloped ceiling, but the slope height should be checked. Every ceiling fan has a maximum slope height specified.
Yes, but make sure that the electrician reinforces the area around the installation area of the ceiling fan.
Most of our ceiling fans come with a built-in remote control. In any case, it's always possible to add a remote control.
Most of our ceiling fans can be fitted with our LED lights: 18W or 23W LED
No, it's either a remote control or a wall speed switch. In DC ceiling fans, only a remote control can be installed, and there is no option to install a wall speed switch.
No, each ceiling fan has its own remote control kit.
Switch off the electricity supply to the fan by turning off the wall switch. Open the battery cover located on the back of the remote control. Select a unique frequency on the remote control by moving the frequency pins on the back of the remote control. Close the battery cover, Switch back on the electricity supply to the fan. Make sure that all other fans are disconnected from the electricity supply. Within 60 seconds of turning the fan power on press and hold the power button on the remote control for 8 second until the light blinks twice (There is no indication if there is no light fitting). The remote control is now paired with the fan and all the actions of the remote control will be received.
Switch off the electricity supply to the fan by turning off the wall switch. Remove the battery cover of the remote control. You can see buttons with the numbers 1-4. Change the code of the remote control by pressing one of the buttons up or down - make sure that each room has a different number for each fan. This can be done with a screwdriver or pen. On the remote control receiver (green part), there is a rubber cover on the top that needs to be opened. Underneath it, there are numbers 1-4. Change the code to match the number set on the remote control. Make sure that each room has a different number for each fan. Repeat this process for each fan separately.
The cost of installing a ceiling fan is not included in the cost of the fan itself.
It doesn't mean that the fan is lying! In most cases, it indicates a faulty installation or an imbalance in the fan blades due to damage.
With each of our ceiling fans, we include a balancing kit, which you should keep on hand. The process itself is very simple and you can do it yourself.
It is possible to download a copy of the installation manual directly from the website.
Definitely! They upgrade any outdoor space and are weather-resistant. It's just important to make sure to check the product classification to be sure it's suitable for outdoor installation.
Certainly. If the ceiling fan is adapted for it, then there is no problem installing an LED light on it.
Yes. For any outdoor ceiling fan that does not come with a built-in remote control, you can add a remote control.
No, ceiling fans designed for indoor installation are not water resistant, so there is no warranty for the fan when installed in an outdoor area.