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Home > What's New > A guide to selecting the best Axial Fan
  • A guide to selecting the best Axial Fan2010-09-01
  • If you are shopping for oscillating Axial Fan for your home or office then there are several choices that you have to make and by following our simple guide you should be able to find the most suitable one. It is not a super complex set of options, but there are quite a number of models to choose from and it is good to be clear about your needs and your budget before you start looking. The more expensive models come loaded with features such as timing functions, remote controls, breeze modes and even ionizers. However, these features come with a price and may not be needed for all circumstances.

    For a larger space you may wish to consider a stand or Centrifugal Fan  as an alternative to the tower fan. The adjustable stands on these type of products enables you to get the Axial Fan  head up higher and so the air can be blown over a larger area of the room. With a Axial Fan with a fairly decent sized head such as 16", which is one of the most common home fan sizes, you will get good coverage in a large room or office area. However, for smaller spaces the oscillating Centrifugal Fan will be just fine.

    One point to make about the Centrifugal Fan compared to the stand fans is that they take up less space and they also tend to look very stylish. So if you have a smaller space in your home or office an attractive looking tower fan is both practical and it looks great too. In fact, there is an even a smaller version known as the mini tower fan which can easily be placed on a table or desk.

    So, once you have decided that the tower fan is suitable for the space you need cooling in you should consider if any of the more advanced features are really required. For example the more costly models in the Bionaire tower fan range have features such as a remote control. This is self explanatory, but of course it adds to the cost of the Centrifugal Fan , so do you need this function or not? Another advanced feature is the "breeze" mode. On the Bionaire fans this mode will attempt to create a natural breeze by switching the Axial Fan  between its various speed settings in a cycle. It is a great feature, but again you may not need this.

    The more pricey units also tend to look a bit more "cool". Maybe they will be made with a chrome or silver finish as opposed to a more "plastic" looking cheaper unit. This is another point to consider. If you just want some basic cooling at the office or in a small workshop then you may not be bothered how the unit looks, so a cheaper oscillating Centrifugal Fan would do you just fine.

    However, if you need something for your living room or bedroom then maybe you would be interested to spend more to get a really good looking Centrifugal Fan with some of the more high end functions. The timer function is very useful for the bedroom as it will enable the fan to switch off when you are sleeping and automatically turn on again in the morning. Most models have this, but this feature will be more sophisticated on the higher end products.

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