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Most Recent Questions
Recent Question:
can multiple fans be used with std light switch and run on high full time
Recent Question:
Does this fan have a reverse option that can be operated with Canarm 2 ceiling fan controller?
Recent Question:
The info lists a 16 in grounded cord with a three prong plug... does this mean it can be plugged into an outlet?
Recent Question:
What Type of Hanger does this fan use? Can it be mounted on a angled ceiling?
Recent Question:
Can this fan be mounted without the down rod if I have plenty of space between it and the ceiling (mounted on a rafter 4' below top of ceiling)?
Questions with Most Recent Answers
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Can the down rod be shortened? What is the minimum ceiling height for this fan? Is an eight foot ceiling too low?
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can i operate this fan with out a speed control and use a single pole switch

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TPI Industrial Grade Down Draft Ceiling Fan - 56in., 21,000 CFM, Model# IHR-56

Item# 255328
Industrial grade fan is perfect for shop or garage. Quiet 120V motor generates 21,000 CFM for complete air circulation. Blade Material Aluminum, Blade Type Straight, Blades qty. 3, Color White, Air Delivery CFM 21,000, Amps 9, Speed RPM 320, Speeds qty. Single, Volts 120, Fan Diameter in. 56, Finish Type Epoxy paint. Fully assembled except blade bolt Recommended for use with Item# 255326 variable speed control Includes 18in. down rod, 4-ft. 3-wire cord and mounting kit
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Questions & Answers for TPI Industrial Grade Down Draft Ceiling Fan - 56in., 21,000 CFM, Model# IHR-56

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Does this fan have a light?

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No, this fan doesn't have a light.
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how is the fan controled

does it have a remote i have a 12 ft barn ceiling have the mr heater maxx i got from you heats up barn great except hot air rises and in one corner of barn its a little cooler would this fan help to bring down the hot air to the floor of the barn my barn is 24 by 24 8ft high on sides of barn then 12 ft high in middle thanks for your help Kevin and if you dont think this fan would heat up my floor better and part of barn do you have a fan that would do the job
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This item does not come with a control switch. It is made to be hard wired and the control could be mounted anywhere you can run wires. The most common way of mounting the control is on the wall in a convenient location. See the link below for the control that we recommend to be used with this fan.
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