At one stage, Ventair offered a bathroom unit (V2HLBx) that require a shorter profile heat globe (VHL275S) than today’s standard. This product is no longer supplied, but we understand that some customers may still need to replace their globes from time to time.
Both the shorter heat globe and the standard globe can be ordered from any retail outlet that supplies Ventair products. For any further enquiries, ring our head office on 03 9775 0556.
Register your claim in the Warranty section of our web site.
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There are no hard and fast rules about selecting the size of a ceiling fan.
The desirable level of air flow in a given location and the general appearance of the fan is a matter of personal choice.
As a guide, rooms upto 4m x 4m a 1200mm blade fan is satisfactory, 5m x 6m – 1300mm or greater. For areas larger than 30sq.m you should consider installing two or more fans depending upon the layout of the room
The number of blades on a fan has very little to do with efficiency, making it a matter of personal design taste to choice a particular number of blades, rather than a decision of performance. The performance of a ceiling fan is determined by 3 main factors: 1. Motor speed (RPM's). 2. Blade design & pitch (angle of the blade in relation to the motor). 3. Distance between Ceiling Fan blades and the ceiling.
Devices, such as, hang sure canopies, ball joint type and j-hooks allow the ceiling fan to be hung from a sloped or cathedral ceiling (raked ceiling – typical range 28deg to 45deg)
They also allow the Ceiling Fan to find its own true centre of gravity, which reduces wobbling and noises caused by undesired wobbling.
In the ideal situation, the fan should be positioned between 2200mm and 3000mm from the floor and at least 300mm from the ceiling. However, there are usually several different points to consider.
As a general rule, Ventairs ceiling fans should be positioned at 300mm from the ceiling. However, our extension rods are 900mm long for taller ceilings, but can be shortened to suit your needs.
One must also be aware of the Australian building regulations, which state fans must be installed with the blades at least 2.1 meters from the floor.