A: Hello, Suncourt offers a special reverse airflow fan blade for this purpose. This fan blade would need to be installed in the fan. You will need to contact us if you'd like to order one. Thank you.
A: Hello, you will want to transfer the cooler air into your office with this fan from an adjoining room. If you'd like to view the installation instructions to have more information, please follow this link: https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0060/8659/0528/files/TW108_warranty-instructions_19a9aab6-940d-4adb-85c2-d88ce78f6203.pdf?799
A: Yes That is what I bought it for
A: Yes. Thisvfan circulates air from one room into the next.
A: Hot air rises. I would mount near ceiling blowing out of the office. Cold air, from A/C, will flow back in on the floor, via the door
A: I would pull cold air into hot room. It works great for me. Or put one on both ends of room to create exhaust and intake. You can use a variable plug in fan switch from Suncourt to slow it down or speed it up as I do.
A: Yes it can be but the grille is not designed to be walked on so be sure to install it away from the traffic pattern in that room.
A: Yes it can be. The 10ft cord will aleviate the issue of reaching an outlet if one is up the wall a ways in the upstairs room
A: No, the fan is not reversible. I had the same problem as you. I was able to feed the power cord thru the wall and use a plug in the room I was drawing air from. It worked fine.
A: No. You hard wire it and face it the direction you want or simply install an out on the other side.
A: No it can’t be reversed Why not add an electrical outlet opposite the existing outlet that way you can have electricity on both sides of the wall
A: Yes, that's what I did. It did take some modification the metal vent The outside edge) needs to be cut a little to make room for the cord. Not a big deal if you are handy.
A: no, I don't see a way this can be reserved. Perhaps an electrician would know if there is a way to rewire, but there is nothing about this in the instructions.