The correct downrod length is determined by 3 factors: 1) The bottom edge of the blade must be a minimum of 10 feet above the floor; 2) The fan must be 25% of the fan’s diameter down from the ceiling; and 3) There should be nothing within 2 feet of the fan blades.
Articles in this section
- How do I choose the correct length of my downrod?
- Aren't multiple fans better than one really big one (especially Hunter's, since they are so energy efficient)?
- Can your fans be mounted outdoors?
- What colors can I get?
- Are your fans wash down rated?
- Why does your fan only have (4/5) blades? More blades = more air right?
- How do you address seismic requirements? I see specs all the time for BAF that reference seismic kits. How do I handle this?
- Why are there no winglets or ailerons on Hunter Industrial fans?
- Why don’t your fans have airfoil tabs?
- What size breaker do I need and how many fans can be on each circuit?