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Kendal Lighting Triton 52 in. LED Ceiling Fan-BLK

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Kendal Lighting TRITON 52 in. 3 blade LED Ceiling Fan in a Matte Black finish with Matching blades

Introducing the Kendal Lighting TRITON 52 in. 3 blade LED Ceiling Fan in a sleek Matte Black finish with matching blades, designed to add both functionality and style to your living space. With a powerful DC motor and three blades set to a 14° pitch, this ceiling fan is perfect for circulating air in medium to large rooms.

The 15W integrated LED light kit with a frosted Lexan diffuser provides ample lighting, making it ideal for both residential and commercial use. The light kit emits a warm white glow, creating a cozy and inviting atmosphere in any room. The three-blade design adds a modern touch, while the Matte Black finish complements any contemporary decor.

The TRITON ceiling fan comes with a 3-speed battery-operated wall mount remote control that includes a light dimmer function. The remote control allows you to adjust the speed of the fan and dim the light with ease. You also have the option of purchasing a separate hand-held transmitter for added convenience.

Crafted with high-quality materials, the TRITON ceiling fan is both durable and efficient. It is ETL approved and listed, ensuring both safety and quality. The ceiling fan also comes with 78 inches of lead wire to accommodate downrods of up to 6 feet in length, making it easy to install in any room.

Overall, the Kendal Lighting TRITON 52 in. 3 blade LED Ceiling Fan in a Matte Black finish with matching blades is a stunning addition to any modern living space. With its energy-efficient LED light, powerful motor, and convenient remote control, it provides both comfort and style, making it the perfect choice for your home or office.

Finish: Black
Style: Contemporary

Frequently Asked Questions:

Will ceiling fans help with humidity?

Ceiling fans can help with humidity by increasing air circulation in a room. When air is circulated, it can help reduce moisture buildup and prevent mold growth. However, it's important to note that ceiling fans do not directly remove humidity from the air like a dehumidifier would.

How are ceiling fans measured?

Ceiling fans are typically measured by their blade span, which is the diameter of the circle that the blades create when the fan is in motion. The blade span is usually measured in inches, with common sizes ranging from 36 inches to 72 inches or more.

Which ceiling fans move the most air?

Ceiling fans with larger blade spans and steeper blade pitches tend to move the most air. Fans with a blade pitch of 12 to 14 degrees are generally considered to be the most efficient at moving air. However, it's important to also consider the motor size and quality of construction when choosing a ceiling fan that will move a lot of air.

Which ceiling fans are the quietest?

Ceiling fans that have DC motors or are designed with noise-reducing features, such as sound-dampening mounts or blade coatings, tend to be the quietest. However, it's important to note that the noise level of a ceiling fan can also depend on the quality of installation and maintenance.

Are ceiling fans energy-efficient?

Ceiling fans can be energy-efficient when used properly. They can help reduce the need for air conditioning by circulating cool air in the summer and can help distribute warm air in the winter. However, it's important to choose a ceiling fan with an Energy Star rating, which indicates that the fan meets certain energy-efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Why do ceiling fans rotate in an anticlockwise direction?

Ceiling fans are designed to rotate in an anticlockwise direction during the summer months. This creates a downward airflow that helps cool the room by creating a wind-chill effect. During the winter, the fan can be reversed to rotate in a clockwise direction, which helps push warm air down from the ceiling and circulate it around the room.

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