IWATA or Aeratron what should I use?
IWATA Evaporative Coolers & AERATRON Ceiling Fans, what should I use? The continual progression of climate change only means one thing- we have to continue finding ways to battle it and exercise our responsibility to save the planet. There are a lot of ways stop climate change. Eco-friendly versions of the products we use now flood our market and a lot more are still to come. Practical lifestyle changes have been recommended countless time and one of the most constant suggestions is.
Big Ass Fan versus MAKO
Big Ass Fan versus Mako (QD and DL series) Big Ass Fan (BAF) and MAKO are the leading players in the HVLS fan segment in the Philippines. We took the liberty of pitting a similar fan model versus our own. In most basic specifications, these fans are the same. They share the same diameter and power. Both fans also use 2 horse power motors. MAKO DL 20 MAKO QD 20 Big Ass Fan Powerfoil X2.0 Diameter 6,100 mm 6,100 mm 6,100 mm Power 1,500.
How to save on electricity bills.
There are ways to save on electricity bills especially this summer. Now that summer has arrived, electricity bills are expected to increase significantly. As the hot weather sets in, air conditioners will need to work twice as much to keep the temperatures cool. Fortunately, there are “energy-smart” products that can help us beat the heat while cutting down on power consumption. Allow us to introduce MAKO HVLS Fans and Aeratron Ceiling Fans. These fans are designed to be energy efficient. They are.
The World’s Most Energy Efficient Fan.
Aeratron – The world’s most energy efficient fan from Australia is now available here in the Philippines. Aeratron’s key technological features reduce the energy consumption of fans by up to 80% and simultaneously contribute to an extremely quiet operation. Key features include: Energy efficient fan, uses merely 18 watts of power A patented self-balancing system which eliminates wobble and vibration effects and reduce energy consumption of fans by up to 50% 3d aero foil blades for optimized airflow Winglets at the blade.
What are HVLS fans?
HVLS fans are High Volume, Low Speed fans. HVLS fans are usually ceiling mounted and they distribute great amounts of air over large areas. Fan blades of traditional high-speed fans are typically 3 to 4 feet in diameter, while HVLS fans uses blades that are between 8 to 24 feet in diameter. The big difference in the size of the blades means that conventional fans need to work twice as much compared to these fans and thus spending more energy. HVLS fans are.