Ceiling Fan Motor Comparison
When you look for a new car you will notice that you are going to have a number of options when it comes to the motor. They will be available in a 4, 6 or 8 cylinder and the higher cylinders are considered to be high performance. Those that have really paid attention to the cars they were looking at may have also noticed that the price goes up with the higher motors. All of the fancy features also increase as you go with a higher engine. Believe it or not, you will see the same thing when it comes to a ceiling fan. This is because the motor is the most important part of the fan and it is what makes the fan run properly. When you go with a fan that has a smaller motor you will not get the airflow that you are looking for. You may even notice that these fans will wobble and they make noise while they are running. Fans that are larger, and considered to be hi-performance, will be designed to work effectively without making noise. But, you should remember that these are going to cost more. So, you have to take the time to be able to balance quality along with your budget.
Everyone knows that the motor in a ceiling fan is going to be hidden and you will not be able to see it before you make a purchase. However, there are a few things that you will be able to look for as you select a fan. Knowing what to look for in a ceiling fan can help you make an informed decision about the ceiling fan you are selecting. At least then you will know that your money will be well spent. Take a look at the following information found on our page of search results and on the page of product details.
Keep in mind that there are a lot of different motors out there when it comes to ceiling fans.
Not all of these are going to be covered on this chart. But, this information will help you as you try to make an informed decision. It is important to know that the rating that is given will be related to the motor that is inside of the fan. Any different components that are used to make up the ratings as well such as the different features and extras that come with the fan. The fans that are the best are going to have precision parts and they will run smoothly. On top of that they are going to last forever.
Fan Motor Rating Chart
|*****||DC Motors||DC Motors Amazing Efficiency(Great Choice if Going Green): These motors are on the up and up. They are not going to use any electricity to produce a magnetic field. This is because they have their own electromagnets. Because of this they will use 75% less electricity. You will see that these fans produce a lot of power and they will not wobble or make noise. Because they operate at a cooler temperature they will also keep your room cooler in the end. We think that these are the best motors and they get our highest ranking.||$400- $1000+|
|*****||K55 XLP Cast-Iron Some 212mm||Hi-Performance Motors: Those that purchase a fan with this motor will see that it is not going to make any noise. It is also possible to run these fans all day, every day, for years and they are not going to blow up. The fan has been produced with precision so it will not wobble either. Individuals looking for a new fan may also find that these are the most appealing and they look great. This is our top recommendation.||$300-1000+|
|****||212mm – 188mm||Very Good Performance: These fans produce great air and they do not make noise or wobble while they are running. This is the way to go if you have a smaller room. These get our second top recommendation.||$200-$500|
|****||172mm||Above Average: Fans like this are affordable and the air movement is acceptable. If you have a smaller room then this may be the way to go. The fan will have a slight wobble with minimal noise.||$150-$300|