With a polished brass finish, 5 reversible walnut/oak blades, and four clear ribbed-glass shades, the Westinghouse Lighting Contempra IV 52 in. Indoor Polished Brass Ceiling Fan has a traditional style that suits almost any decor. Ideal for rooms with lower ceilings; this hugger-mount fan features a 153 mm x 15 mm cold-rolled steel motor with triple capacitor that provides powerful, quiet air circulation. The fan also boasts 3 speeds and a reversible switch for maximum control over your indoor climate. The fan provides airflow of up to 4,410 CFM. It is rated to operate at 63 watts at high speed (without lights), which gives it an airflow efficiency rating of 70 CFM/watt. (As a comparison, 49 in. to 60 in. ceiling fans have airflow efficiencies ranging from approximately 51 to 176 CFM/watt at high speed.)This Contempra IV comes with everything you need for installation, including a 12 in. lead wire. The light fixture uses 4 candelabra-base 60-watt torpedo or G16-1/2-light bulbs (not included).It is backed by a lifetime warranty on motor and a 2-year warranty on all other parts.
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- 5 reversible walnut/oak blades allow you to change your decor without replacing the entire unit; 12-degree blade pitch increases air movement
- 4-light kit with clear ribbed-glass shades provides bright, ample illumination
- 3 speeds and reversible switch keep you comfortable all year round
- Polished brass finish complements traditional design; hugger mount is ideal for rooms with low ceilings
- Designed for interior use
- Uses (4) candelabra-base 60 watt torpedo or G16-1/2-light bulbs (not included)
- 153 mm x 15 mm cold-rolled steel motor with triple capacitor provides powerful, quiet air circulation
- Airflow: 4,410 CFM; electricity use: 63 watts; airflow efficiency: 70 CFM/watt
- Great room: room size over 20 ft. x 20 ft. with blade size of 52 in.
- Includes everything you need for easy installation
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