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null 20 in. High-Velocity Floor Fan

20 in. High-Velocity Floor Fan

  • 360 Degree tilt range for custom air direction
  • Three speeds deliver quiet performance
  • 1-year warranty
$49.96 /each

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An adjustable tilt angle frame on the 20 in. High-Velocity Floor Fan helps get the air flowing where you need it with a 360° tilt range. This high-powered fan offers quiet operation at each of its three speeds, while a rotary switch allows for easy control over the airflow. Rail-style legs provide support no matter what angle the fan is pointing, making it suitable for just about any room or job site.

  • Three quiet speeds for versatile airflow
  • High-velocity motor delivers large air volume
  • 360° adjustable tilt helps you direct the air where it's needed
  • Fully metal structure ensures rugged durability
  • Easy-carry handle for portability
  • Cord wrap helps keep cord safely out of the way
  • CFM: H 6100/M 4700/L 3900
  • A durable powder coat finish deters rust
  • Easy knobs to control the tilting function
  • Fan type: Floor fan
  • 100% copper motor to ensure long life
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Name 20 in. High-Velocity Floor Fan 20 in. High-Velocity Floor Fan 20 in. High-Velocity Floor or Wallmount Fan in Chrome 20 in. Floor Shroud Fan
Brand Ventamatic Lasko MaxxAir
Ratings (248) (229) (23) (19)
Assembled Height (in.) 22.83 in 25 in 22 in 24 in
Indoor/Outdoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor
Mounting style Mount or Stand Yoke Standalone Wall Standalone
Number of Fan Speeds 3 3 3 3
Color Family Black Gray Metallic Red
Ionizing No No No No
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Customer Questions & Answers

My fan is making a load sqeel sound when running. it sounds like it needs oil. any thoughts?

Asked by: handy
yes it needs oil - i take my garage fan face it up, squirt used motor oil on the motor shaft let run down into the bearing after a few minutes turn it on - kept it alive over a year now, but looking to get a new one ............
Answered by: rick
Date published: 2016-07-30

The Back of my fan gets extremely hot is this normal??

Asked by: overheated
Yes, this is normal. Especially because the metal is an excellent conductor of heat, this is one way your fan motor cools itself. If you smell any burning or melting odors, that would mean the motor got too hot.
Answered by: amanitam
Date published: 2015-11-07

Should I point the face of the fan to the outside of the window to get the best result ? Thx

Asked by: Anonymous
I do. This pulls air OUT of the whole house through the room with the window (if other house windows are also open, AND room door also open). But, that one "venting" room may get warm! so choose your windows wisely. If you primarily want to cool one room, point the air movement INTO the room, through the window. You need to open a window in another room of the house for this to work effectively, and also have the room door open.
Answered by: amanitam
Date published: 2015-11-07

If I were to use an extension cord, what would be appropriate

Asked by: Anonymous
AT 1.35 AMP USED INDOORS.........18/2 will do.......... you lose 1 amp per 50 feet.....
Answered by: denny
Date published: 2016-08-17
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20 in. High-Velocity Floor Fan is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 248.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Didn't have this product for more than 6 months, and it died... very sad Didn't have this product for more than 6 months, and it died... very sad
Date published: 2016-11-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This fan can save your life. Bought one for fathers day, plugged it in and immediately went and got another one. If your a/c goes out then you can move them inside and save your life. This non-brand fan moves twice the air for half the price. $45.96. Save yourself the trip and get 2!
Date published: 2016-06-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Buy The fan is high quality, performs well and is a good value for the cost.
Date published: 2016-09-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Afraid I will wake the neighborhood I am laughing, because I came home around 3 in the morning and opened my windows and doors and wanted to cool the house down as fast as possible, so I turned this on, and it brought my small house down by one degree in 10 or 20 minutes, when it was in the 50's outside and 73 inside. I am afraid the neighbors will call the police if I do this every night. I am still debating about bringing it back or keeping it for nights when it gets cool enough early enough, but I like my neighbors and they like me. It sounds like a speedboat or a vacuum cleaner rather than a fan. Much louder than an air conditioner.
Date published: 2016-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from it is a great deal and works better then expected this thing will clean youre garage .it has crazy power .people get madd because you cant clean the blades .hit it with a air hose .this fan is great buy it it has 3 speeds and all of them blow well .it keeps the flies of you while you are working
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lots of blow This fan has lots of blow, and lots of blow-noise. However, the three speeds are very close together so 'slow' vs. 'fast' are not much different.
Date published: 2016-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I sleep so much better now! This will blast you with air and it's loud, but it's a "smooth loud". Completely blocks out husband's snoring and any other distractions. Also helps with sleeping on memory foam in Florida because it keeps the air circulating while the a/c vent is on far end of room. I can't sleep without a fan; and the only sounds I want to hear during sleep are my fan or heavy rain. Definitely one of my best purchases!
Date published: 2015-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This thing BLOWS~!! W@W~! People are right, this thing BLOWS. It's loud, sure, but why is it loud? WHY do ya buy a fan anyways? Low is like extra high, high is like a TURBO. I actually got 2 of these to stack in one of my sliding windows. I have an open concept with cathedral ceiling and I can still feel a stiff breeze 40 feet away even though the ceiling fan on high is trying to divert it. Anyways, a lot of cubic feet and the sun beating on the roof all day can put a serious drain of the central air. I mean the roof soaks up all that heat all day and radiates it into the house hours after it's been dark..... a real problem, but this thing does the trick. Anyways, ya, it is kind of loud when you're trying to entertain. My solution was a light DIMMER switch. I got one that works by remote and does a fantastic job! That's what impressing me most. Even when the fan blades are barely moving, it still throws off a decent amount of air. That tells me the blades are designed well and efficient. IT also tells me that when it's on high, it's not just loud, it's moving serious volumes of air. Bottom Line: If ya want a quiet fan, get a cheap plastic model or buy a good dimmer switch with this. I got mine on Amazon. It's a Carlon RC6000. Get this set-up, it's well worth the price and will pay for itself in a couple month of Central Air price reductions. If you do like me, I just put it on before I go to bed and it's dramatically cooler in the morning. Then just close up the house and hope it doesn't get hot enough to make the air kick in before I can evict it in the evening.
Date published: 2012-05-25
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