The heart of every ceiling fan is the motor. The motor is responsible for producing quiet operation while driving the blades for air movement. Look for high-quality motors with heavy-duty windings and sealed bearings that are permanently lubricated. Smaller, less powerful motors found on lower quality fans may produce higher operating temperatures, lower air circulation and noisier operation.
Motors come in several sizes to create the appropriate airflow. A room that has a high vaulted ceiling, as well as being roughly 200 square feet or larger, would benefit from a heavier duty motor. A heavy duty motor will provide excellent airflow to accommodate the larger space.
A superior motor will provide excellent heat dissipation, maximize torque at high speeds, ensure lasting performance through quality copper wiring; all while keeping the fan performing quietly and wobble free. A lifetime motor warranty is not uncommon on high quality motors.
Recently, Eco friendly motors have been introduced to the market providing high quality motors along with high efficiency.
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