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Circulation Fans

Fans are available in a variety of styles, shapes, sizes, and designs today. These cooling systems play an important role in rotating the air inside the room, allowing fresh air to replace hot air. Despite the installation of air conditioners, fans continue to play an important role in household cooling systems during the summer.

Fans are no longer just a home cooling appliance. They are decorative additions to the home. Fans come in a variety of colors and designs, giving people a lot of options. While simple designs are appealing, designer fans add a touch of class and style to any room. 

Modern fans are a wonderful addition to your décor and can be selected to meet the needs of your interiors. Ceiling fans are not always necessary. Many people also install wall fans in specific areas of their homes, which look nice and do a good job of circulating air around the room. Table fans, as opposed to ceiling and wall fans, are useful in humid climates because they are portable and can be placed as desired. These, too, are available in sleek designs that will complement your interiors.


Air Circulator vs. Fan

Be familiar with the different types of fans and choose the best type suited for your home. Fans come in various shapes, styles, and sizes, and it’s important to get the right kind.

Heads up: When it comes to cooling down your room quickly, a ceiling fan is undoubtedly the better choice. Check out our blog post on things to look for before buying a ceiling fan if you considering one.

Circulation Fan vs. Ceiling Fan - What's the Difference?
The difference between circulation fan and a regular fan is that an air circulator works by constantly moving the air in a room. A regular fan, on the other hand, helps to cool you down by blowing air on you, creating a "wind chill effect," or by moving air from behind it to in front.

Circulation fans help to ventilate the air by keeping it moving, whereas traditional ceiling fans help to cool you down when you are directly facing them. 

They also come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including tower fans, pedestal fans, and floor fans. 

Which one is Better?
Both types of fans have several advantages and disadvantages, but the best choice for your home depends on your needs and space.

  • Short ceiling and high head: When using a circulation fan, as long as there is enough clearance around the fan so that the grill is not blocked and people can pass by without knocking it over, it can be placed almost anywhere. Ceiling fans are a little unusual. The ceiling in which they are installed must be able to support the weight of the fan, and they are usually only useful in rooms with at least 8 feet high ceilings. The blades should be positioned 7 to 9 feet above the floor and 10 to 12 inches below the ceiling. A tall person could easily collide with the blades if they are closer to the floor.

  • Convenience and adaptability: Circulation fans are small and compact, making them easy to transport from one room to another. They can be placed on floors, desks, tables, and countertops depending on their size, and they are usually ideal for localised cooling in a small space. Ceiling fans have larger blades and move more air than circulation fans, but they are permanently wired into your home's electrical system. While they can be uninstalled when you move, you’re left with bare wires in the ceiling unless you install another fixture.

  • Features and Design: Ceiling fans are available in a variety of colours, materials, and styles. Some allow you to change the blades to create a completely different effect in your space, making them suitable for almost any type of decor. Circulation fans have fewer design options. While they are available in a variety of colours and materials, you cannot replace the blades or covers. Circulaton fans, on the other hand, provide more versatility in terms of features, such as adjustable heights, oscillation, and multiple speeds. Typically, ceiling fan features are limited to multiple speeds and reverse oscillation.

  • Heating and Cooling Savings: Fans, while not actually cooling the air, create a breeze that makes you feel cooler. If you use a ceiling fan, you can raise your thermostat by about 4 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer, according to the US Department of Energy. Set ceiling fans to run clockwise in the winter to push warm air that naturally rises to the ceiling back down into the room. As a result, you feel warmer, and your furnace does not have to work as hard to heat your home. While circulation fans aren't as effective at circulating conditioned air as ceiling fans, they can be used to circulate air between rooms and in doorways.

  • Hazards and Safety: Ceiling fans are safe to use as long as they are properly installed. There is a risk of colliding with a ceiling fan if it is installed too low. However, because they are mounted on the ceiling, children cannot poke their fingers into the blades, making them safer than table fans. Kids love fans, and almost every child has put their face in front of the grill and made funny sounds with their voice. That harmless play, on the other hand, may lead to inserting fingers into the grill to stop the blade or removing the grill. Some table fans have child-safe grills with slats so small that a child can't fit a finger between them; however, not all table fans have this feature.


    7Pandas Australia stocks a wide range of modern, contemporary stylish design ceiling fans. Our ceiling fans with light are one of our bestselling range of ceiling fans, aside from our timber ceiling fans

    Our Ceiling Fan Melbourne warehouse holds the inventory to ensure fast shipping to our customers.