PERFECTAIRE Air Circulator Fan PA699C
Unlike an ordinary fan, a PerfectAire air circulator doesn't just blow air. Instead, it produces true whole-room air circulation using Unico Technology, exclusive to PerfectAire. So rather than being in the breeze or out of the breeze with an ordinary fan, you get an even temperature and circulation throughout the room.
Despite its midsize appearance, the PerfectAire Whole Room & House Air Circulator uses PerfectAire’s signature energy efficient UnicoTechnology to powerfully moves air up to 100 ft., providing complete circulation of all the air in the room for a comfortable, even room temperature.
Contrasting high gloss and textured finishes create a modern, yet understated look that fits any decor. The chrome glide bar is not only chic, but also allows the user full control of the direction of airflow, effortlessly adjusting a full 90. push button controls offer low, medium & high settings.
The PA688C Air Circulator is engineered to be simple to use and maintain and comes with 1-year warranty.
Use PERFECTAIRE Air Circulator Fan PA688C to save in the summer.
You know that a PA Air Circulator Fan helps keep you cool in the summertime. But what you might not know is that it can also take the heat off your energy bills.
Simply run a whole-room air circulator, along with your air conditioner or central cooling system this summer. The whole-room circulator will improve air movement through the room so you don't have to turn up the A/C as high. By using less energy to cool the same space, you could save as much as 20% off your energy bill.
Use PERFECTAIRE Air Circulator Fan PA688C to save in the winter.
If you think a PA Air Circulator Fan is just a warm weather appliance, think again. You can also use a whole-room air circulator to save energy and money in the wintertime, too. In the wintertime, heat typically collects at the ceiling of your home. When you use a PA Air Circulator Fan, heat is drawn down from the ceiling and distributes more evenly around your home. This allows you to keep your home at a comfortable temperature, while using less energy.