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Westinghouse Lighting Westinghouse 7861400 Industrial 56-Inch Three Indoor Ceiling Fan, Brushed Nickel Steel Blades
Westinghouse Lighting Westinghouse 7861400 Industrial 56-Inch Three Indoor Ceiling Fan, Brushed Nickel Steel Blades
Westinghouse Lighting Westinghouse 7861400 Industrial 56-Inch Three Indoor Ceiling Fan, Brushed Nickel Steel Blades
Westinghouse Lighting Westinghouse 7861400 Industrial 56-Inch Three Indoor Ceiling Fan, Brushed Nickel Steel Blades
Westinghouse Lighting Westinghouse 7861400 Industrial 56-Inch Three Indoor Ceiling Fan, Brushed Nickel Steel Blades
Westinghouse Lighting Westinghouse 7861400 Industrial 56-Inch Three Indoor Ceiling Fan, Brushed Nickel Steel Blades

Westinghouse Lighting Westinghouse 7861400 Industrial 56-Inch Three Indoor Ceiling Fan, Brushed Nickel Steel Blades

Westinghouse Lighting Westinghouse 7861400 Industrial 56-Inch Three Indoor Ceiling Fan, Brushed Nickel Steel Blades
Westinghouse Lighting Westinghouse 7861400 Industrial 56-Inch Three Indoor Ceiling Fan, Brushed Nickel Steel Blades
Westinghouse Lighting Westinghouse 7861400 Industrial 56-Inch Three Indoor Ceiling Fan, Brushed Nickel Steel Blades
Westinghouse Lighting Westinghouse 7861400 Industrial 56-Inch Three Indoor Ceiling Fan, Brushed Nickel Steel Blades
Westinghouse Lighting Westinghouse 7861400 Industrial 56-Inch Three Indoor Ceiling Fan, Brushed Nickel Steel Blades
Westinghouse Lighting Westinghouse 7861400 Industrial 56-Inch Three Indoor Ceiling Fan, Brushed Nickel Steel Blades
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Features

  • Indoor 56 inch ceiling fan, down rod only installation ideal for great rooms up to 400 square feet
  • Brushed nickel ceiling fan with three brushed nickel steel blades
  • Westinghouse ceiling fans feature a high-quality motor, deliver powerful air movement and quiet performance, wall control ceiling fan offers easy operation of 5 speed on/off fan control
  • Fan Performance on High Speed Airflow: 5370 CFM, Energy Usage: 69 W without lights, Airflow Efficiency: 78 CFM/W
  • 15 year limited motor warranty and two-year warranty on all other parts

Description

The durable Westinghouse Industrial 56-Inch Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan is designed for commercial, industrial or larger residential spaces. Well-recognized for its modern, mechanical appeal, the Industrial fan has a sleek brushed nickel finish, needs minimal assembly and includes a five-speed wall control unit. Perfect for workshops, high ceiling great rooms, two-story entryways and lofts.


Manufacturer Westinghouse


Part Number 7861400


Item Weight 14.5 pounds


Product Dimensions 25.35 x 8.5 x 8.7 inches


Item model number 7861400


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 56-Inch


Color Brushed Nickel


Style Traditional


Finish Steel


Material Steel


Pattern INDUSTRIAL


Shape Circular


Power Source Electric


Voltage 120 Volts


Wattage 60 Watts


Horsepower 7861400


Item Package Quantity 1


Number Of Pieces 1


Air Flow Capacity 5972.83 Cubic Feet Per Minute


Cutting Diameter 56 Inches


Plug Profile Downrod


Certification Certified frustration-free, Not Applicable


Special Features Wall_control


Usage Indoor use only


Included Components Five-Speed Wall Control, Ball hanger installation system., 12-Inch Length By 1/2-Inch Diameter Down Rod, 78-Inch Lead Wire, Ball Hanger Installation System, Industrial Indoor Ceiling Fan


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


Warranty 15-year limited.


Assembled Diameter 56 Inches


ASIN B001B1C8Q6


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 1,229 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #3,962 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #7 in Ceiling Fans


Date First Available September 14, 2004


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Features

  • Indoor 56 inch ceiling fan, down rod only installation ideal for great rooms up to 400 square feet
  • Brushed nickel ceiling fan with three brushed nickel steel blades
  • Westinghouse ceiling fans feature a high-quality motor, deliver powerful air movement and quiet performance, wall control ceiling fan offers easy operation of 5 speed on/off fan control
  • Fan Performance on High Speed Airflow: 5370 CFM, Energy Usage: 69 W without lights, Airflow Efficiency: 78 CFM/W
  • 15 year limited motor warranty and two-year warranty on all other parts

Description

The durable Westinghouse Industrial 56-Inch Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan is designed for commercial, industrial or larger residential spaces. Well-recognized for its modern, mechanical appeal, the Industrial fan has a sleek brushed nickel finish, needs minimal assembly and includes a five-speed wall control unit. Perfect for workshops, high ceiling great rooms, two-story entryways and lofts.


Manufacturer Westinghouse


Part Number 7861400


Item Weight 14.5 pounds


Product Dimensions 25.35 x 8.5 x 8.7 inches


Item model number 7861400


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 56-Inch


Color Brushed Nickel


Style Traditional


Finish Steel


Material Steel


Pattern INDUSTRIAL


Shape Circular


Power Source Electric


Voltage 120 Volts


Wattage 60 Watts


Horsepower 7861400


Item Package Quantity 1


Number Of Pieces 1


Air Flow Capacity 5972.83 Cubic Feet Per Minute


Cutting Diameter 56 Inches


Plug Profile Downrod


Certification Certified frustration-free, Not Applicable


Special Features Wall_control


Usage Indoor use only


Included Components Five-Speed Wall Control, Ball hanger installation system., 12-Inch Length By 1/2-Inch Diameter Down Rod, 78-Inch Lead Wire, Ball Hanger Installation System, Industrial Indoor Ceiling Fan


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


Warranty 15-year limited.


Assembled Diameter 56 Inches


ASIN B001B1C8Q6


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 1,229 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #3,962 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #7 in Ceiling Fans


Date First Available September 14, 2004


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Indoor 56 inch ceiling fan, down rod only installation ideal for great rooms up to 400 square feet
  • Brushed nickel ceiling fan with three brushed nickel steel blades
  • Westinghouse ceiling fans feature a high-quality motor, deliver powerful air movement and quiet performance, wall control ceiling fan offers easy operation of 5 speed on/off fan control
  • Fan Performance on High Speed Airflow: 5370 CFM, Energy Usage: 69 W without lights, Airflow Efficiency: 78 CFM/W
  • 15 year limited motor warranty and two-year warranty on all other parts

Description

The durable Westinghouse Industrial 56-Inch Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan is designed for commercial, industrial or larger residential spaces. Well-recognized for its modern, mechanical appeal, the Industrial fan has a sleek brushed nickel finish, needs minimal assembly and includes a five-speed wall control unit. Perfect for workshops, high ceiling great rooms, two-story entryways and lofts.


Manufacturer Westinghouse


Part Number 7861400


Item Weight 14.5 pounds


Product Dimensions 25.35 x 8.5 x 8.7 inches


Item model number 7861400


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 56-Inch


Color Brushed Nickel


Style Traditional


Finish Steel


Material Steel


Pattern INDUSTRIAL


Shape Circular


Power Source Electric


Voltage 120 Volts


Wattage 60 Watts


Horsepower 7861400


Item Package Quantity 1


Number Of Pieces 1


Air Flow Capacity 5972.83 Cubic Feet Per Minute


Cutting Diameter 56 Inches


Plug Profile Downrod


Certification Certified frustration-free, Not Applicable


Special Features Wall_control


Usage Indoor use only


Included Components Five-Speed Wall Control, Ball hanger installation system., 12-Inch Length By 1/2-Inch Diameter Down Rod, 78-Inch Lead Wire, Ball Hanger Installation System, Industrial Indoor Ceiling Fan


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


Warranty 15-year limited.


Assembled Diameter 56 Inches


ASIN B001B1C8Q6


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 1,229 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #3,962 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #7 in Ceiling Fans


Date First Available September 14, 2004


abunda_amazon_reviews I bought 2 of these for my garage. To make them hang at the correct height from a 9' ceiling, I cut the down rods short and drilled a few new holes. That worked like a charm. The fans move a lot of air and are quiet, except for the sound of the blades cutting through the air. I love the industrial look of these things. Both came with the huge fan speed controllers. I swapped those out for the normal size Westinghouse controllers available here on Amazon. Even with the added cost of the controller, this fan is a bargain. Highly recommended so far.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Nice Fan for a Very Nice Price;;S. Scott;;;Not very good quality. I bought 2 of these and put them on a covered porch where they are totally protected from rain. The only exposure to moisture is humidity, which these are supposed to be designed to handle. They worked well for 2 summers but this summer (3 years from purchase date) they will not start and the insides are completely rusted out from just exposure to humidity. Live in North Carolina so it is fairly humid but I am shocked and disappointed that these fans aren't designed to hold up better than this!;;Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Did not hold up over time.;;Carolyn Nowotny;;;OK, admittedly, this is described outright, as an industrial fan. Other reviews seem to gloss over this fact and speak of installing this in bedrooms, living areas, etc.. I'd like to say here, that this fan is not for typical residential use. The fan I received is much noisier than a typical ceiling fan. The fan motor hums, throbs really, at a very audible 60 hz, much louder than your average residential ceiling fan. You won't want this in your bedroom or living area. There is a label affixed to the unit stating that the fan can ONLY be installed at a minimum ceiling height of ten feet, for safety reasons. NOWHERE IN THE AMAZON DESCRIPTION IS THIS MENTIONED. For those of us with less than cathedral ceilings, this ain't gonna work. When it's on high-speed, imagine the blades of a helicopter at take-off, 54 inches of Vegematic ready to shred your loved ones in its metal blades. The wall switch/speed control is a monstrous, bulky, rheostat, a wall-wart, right out of a 1960's Soviet Union design school . Previous reviews have mentioned swapping this out for a newer Westinghouse solid-state control. The installation manual clearly warns against using a newer solid-state control with this unit. Fire hazard anyone? What gives with the Amazon descriptions? What-up Westinghouse? Another isssue I am seeing is wobble. The unit I received cannot be properly balanced, it wobbles even though I have tried adjusting the fan blades, as is mentioned in the trouble-shooting section of the manual. It continues to shimmy away on the ceilng, even though it's been properly installed. This fan might be fine in the ceiling of your garage, barn or factory. You won't be happy with it in your home.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Not for Typical Residential Use;;David Charles;;;Like my headline says, this fan feels like quality. It is a good looking fan that was unbelievably easy to install. I read some complaints on here about the bulky speed controller, but because of the awesome transformer it houses, this fan does not hum at the lower speeds. I'll take the bulky speed controller over annoying hum any day. The blades do make a slight "helicopter" sound at high speed but it isn't annoying to me. I've included a video at high speed. Regardless, this sound dies down significantly and is whisper quiet at the lower speeds. Because I installed it on a 9 foot ceiling, I cut its down shaft in half to avoid accidentally shoving my hands in the blade path. The blades are thin and I'm imagining it could easily cut at the higher speeds. Regardless, this is one of the better purchases I've made on Amazon and plan to purchase a couple more for my living room.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Sturdy, beefy, good looking fan and priced right;;Raymond Cusamano;;;I've bought quite a few products lately to try and combat the heat here and this fan is one of them. Our main issue is we just recently had a baby and the nursery is above the garage. Being above the garage and having a traditional attic, that room gets very hot and is not easy to cool down. When we built the house we did make sure the garage was fully insulated, so all walls and the ceiling. I have done a few thing to help the garage not heat up as much and I am working on modem insulation in the attic as well. What I did with this fan though was put it in my garage. Right now there isn't much else I can do with my garage other than air condition it and I have no plans to do that. So, I mounted this fan ok the ceiling in the area that would be about center to the nursery above the garage. The thought was that during the day the heat builds up in the garage and rises to the ceiling which in turn heats up the floor of the nursery. Putting the fan there will help pull the heat off the ceiling and keep the garage a more uniform temperature. It also helps to cool down our car after driving it and then parking it in the garage which helps prevent the car from heating up the garage as much as it normally would. I also plan on moving the yard equipment and things out to a storage shed so that I can put up cabinets and put down a floor coating to make the garage a cleaner place to work on things. So this fan will help make working in there more bearable once I am finished with all that. So far I think it has helped. I wasn't expecting huge results since it's just blowing around the same hot air but, for $70 it was worth a try. It also wasn't necessarily about saving money each month as much as it was about making that room easier to cool down. Because as it is now, on the hottest days, we can't get the room down below 76-77 and it hasn't its own dedicated thermostat for that room. So if my bill stayed the same but I could cool that room better I'd be very happy. I tried to measure the temperature of the floor before the fan and after and it seems to be about 3-5 degrees different than before. It's hard to get concrete results because the temperate and humidity etc....have not been exactly the same but they've been close. The temperature before was around 80-85 depending on where and now it's around 77-81 depending on where. As far as the fan itself, it is probably the easiest fan I've assembled and put up. We just recently put up one in the nursery that was not as simple. My control box looks quite a bit different than others, I'll post a picture, so I did not replace it as it's not too bad looking. When cranked all the way up, this fan moves a ton of air! I can see why people said it was loud. It's not the fan operating that's loud, it just blows so much air its like a planes propeller on our ceiling! Because mine is in the garage I could not use the long rod it came with as mine is in between the ceiling and garage door. So I just cut down the rod, drilled two new holes and reassembled. The holes I had to drill hold in the small metal bar which is what secures the ball joint that mounts to the bracket on the ceiling, so it's very important to be able to drill those two new holes before you cut up the pipe. Because I cut it down, I wasn't able to use some of the decorative shrouds that hide the wires, but that's ok since it's in the garage. Assembling the blades was a piece of cake and so was mounting. Just throw a couple screws to the mounting bracket and ceiling and then hang the fan. Once it's hung you can splice the wires and you're done! Now, where I put this fan was not designed to have a fan or even a light, it was just a smooth ceiling. All I had was two outlets on the ceiling which power my garage door and my remote garage door opener. It's one we got from our security company so we can open and close the garage from our phone. In order to make this work, I bought a two outlet adapter, from Amazon, so that the fan and or remote sensor could be plugged into the one outlet. I wasn't worried about load on the circuit since the remote opener barely uses any power. Next, I took an extension cord (VERY IMPORTANTLY A THREE PRONG GROUNDED CORD) and wired it to the fan wires. Because this has no light it would've been an easy white to white, gray to gray and black to black wiring. However, this also comes with the control unit that needs to be wired in. Again, since this fan wasn't traditionally wired, I had to come up with another way. So, I bought 18 gauge wire, the same as the fan wiring, and used it to wire the switch. All you have to do is splice on wire to the black wire coming from the fan and then splice another wire to the black wire coming from the extension cord. Those two wires are ran along my ceiling to the back wall where I wired them into the switch. There are two connections labeled A and F that you screw the wires into. F is the wire coming from the fan, A is the wire coming from the power. Once those were connected and the fan plugged into the outlet it worked like a charm! So far I am very pleased with how everything is working. The fan moves a ton of air which was the goal, it doesn't wobble or make noise, was affordable and easy to install. All in all a great product that I would definitely buy again and would highly recommend.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Very good fan for the price;;Scott

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By S. Scott - Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2018
Nice Fan for a Very Nice Price
I bought 2 of these for my garage. To make them hang at the correct height from a 9' ceiling, I cut the down rods short and drilled a few new holes. That worked like a charm. The fans move a lot of air and are quiet, except for the sound of the blades cutting through the air. I love the industrial look of these things. Both came with the huge fan speed controllers. I swapped those out for the normal size Westinghouse controllers available here on Amazon. Even with the added cost of the controller, this fan is a bargain. Highly recommended so far.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Carolyn Nowotny - Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2018
Did not hold up over time.
Not very good quality. I bought 2 of these and put them on a covered porch where they are totally protected from rain. The only exposure to moisture is humidity, which these are supposed to be designed to handle. They worked well for 2 summers but this summer (3 years from purchase date) they will not start and the insides are completely rusted out from just exposure to humidity. Live in North Carolina so it is fairly humid but I am shocked and disappointed that these fans aren't designed to hold up better than this!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By David Charles - Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2019
Not for Typical Residential Use
OK, admittedly, this is described outright, as an industrial fan. Other reviews seem to gloss over this fact and speak of installing this in bedrooms, living areas, etc.. I'd like to say here, that this fan is not for typical residential use. The fan I received is much noisier than a typical ceiling fan. The fan motor hums, throbs really, at a very audible 60 hz, much louder than your average residential ceiling fan. You won't want this in your bedroom or living area. There is a label affixed to the unit stating that the fan can ONLY be installed at a minimum ceiling height of ten feet, for safety reasons. NOWHERE IN THE AMAZON DESCRIPTION IS THIS MENTIONED. For those of us with less than cathedral ceilings, this ain't gonna work. When it's on high-speed, imagine the blades of a helicopter at take-off, 54 inches of Vegematic ready to shred your loved ones in its metal blades. The wall switch/speed control is a monstrous, bulky, rheostat, a wall-wart, right out of a 1960's Soviet Union design school . Previous reviews have mentioned swapping this out for a newer Westinghouse solid-state control. The installation manual clearly warns against using a newer solid-state control with this unit. Fire hazard anyone? What gives with the Amazon descriptions? What-up Westinghouse? Another isssue I am seeing is wobble. The unit I received cannot be properly balanced, it wobbles even though I have tried adjusting the fan blades, as is mentioned in the trouble-shooting section of the manual. It continues to shimmy away on the ceilng, even though it's been properly installed. This fan might be fine in the ceiling of your garage, barn or factory. You won't be happy with it in your home.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Raymond Cusamano - Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2019
Sturdy, beefy, good looking fan and priced right
Like my headline says, this fan feels like quality. It is a good looking fan that was unbelievably easy to install. I read some complaints on here about the bulky speed controller, but because of the awesome transformer it houses, this fan does not hum at the lower speeds. I'll take the bulky speed controller over annoying hum any day. The blades do make a slight "helicopter" sound at high speed but it isn't annoying to me. I've included a video at high speed. Regardless, this sound dies down significantly and is whisper quiet at the lower speeds. Because I installed it on a 9 foot ceiling, I cut its down shaft in half to avoid accidentally shoving my hands in the blade path. The blades are thin and I'm imagining it could easily cut at the higher speeds. Regardless, this is one of the better purchases I've made on Amazon and plan to purchase a couple more for my living room.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Scott - Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2017
Very good fan for the price
I've bought quite a few products lately to try and combat the heat here and this fan is one of them. Our main issue is we just recently had a baby and the nursery is above the garage. Being above the garage and having a traditional attic, that room gets very hot and is not easy to cool down. When we built the house we did make sure the garage was fully insulated, so all walls and the ceiling. I have done a few thing to help the garage not heat up as much and I am working on modem insulation in the attic as well. What I did with this fan though was put it in my garage. Right now there isn't much else I can do with my garage other than air condition it and I have no plans to do that. So, I mounted this fan ok the ceiling in the area that would be about center to the nursery above the garage. The thought was that during the day the heat builds up in the garage and rises to the ceiling which in turn heats up the floor of the nursery. Putting the fan there will help pull the heat off the ceiling and keep the garage a more uniform temperature. It also helps to cool down our car after driving it and then parking it in the garage which helps prevent the car from heating up the garage as much as it normally would. I also plan on moving the yard equipment and things out to a storage shed so that I can put up cabinets and put down a floor coating to make the garage a cleaner place to work on things. So this fan will help make working in there more bearable once I am finished with all that. So far I think it has helped. I wasn't expecting huge results since it's just blowing around the same hot air but, for $70 it was worth a try. It also wasn't necessarily about saving money each month as much as it was about making that room easier to cool down. Because as it is now, on the hottest days, we can't get the room down below 76-77 and it hasn't its own dedicated thermostat for that room. So if my bill stayed the same but I could cool that room better I'd be very happy. I tried to measure the temperature of the floor before the fan and after and it seems to be about 3-5 degrees different than before. It's hard to get concrete results because the temperate and humidity etc....have not been exactly the same but they've been close. The temperature before was around 80-85 depending on where and now it's around 77-81 depending on where. As far as the fan itself, it is probably the easiest fan I've assembled and put up. We just recently put up one in the nursery that was not as simple. My control box looks quite a bit different than others, I'll post a picture, so I did not replace it as it's not too bad looking. When cranked all the way up, this fan moves a ton of air! I can see why people said it was loud. It's not the fan operating that's loud, it just blows so much air its like a planes propeller on our ceiling! Because mine is in the garage I could not use the long rod it came with as mine is in between the ceiling and garage door. So I just cut down the rod, drilled two new holes and reassembled. The holes I had to drill hold in the small metal bar which is what secures the ball joint that mounts to the bracket on the ceiling, so it's very important to be able to drill those two new holes before you cut up the pipe. Because I cut it down, I wasn't able to use some of the decorative shrouds that hide the wires, but that's ok since it's in the garage. Assembling the blades was a piece of cake and so was mounting. Just throw a couple screws to the mounting bracket and ceiling and then hang the fan. Once it's hung you can splice the wires and you're done! Now, where I put this fan was not designed to have a fan or even a light, it was just a smooth ceiling. All I had was two outlets on the ceiling which power my garage door and my remote garage door opener. It's one we got from our security company so we can open and close the garage from our phone. In order to make this work, I bought a two outlet adapter, from Amazon, so that the fan and or remote sensor could be plugged into the one outlet. I wasn't worried about load on the circuit since the remote opener barely uses any power. Next, I took an extension cord (VERY IMPORTANTLY A THREE PRONG GROUNDED CORD) and wired it to the fan wires. Because this has no light it would've been an easy white to white, gray to gray and black to black wiring. However, this also comes with the control unit that needs to be wired in. Again, since this fan wasn't traditionally wired, I had to come up with another way. So, I bought 18 gauge wire, the same as the fan wiring, and used it to wire the switch. All you have to do is splice on wire to the black wire coming from the fan and then splice another wire to the black wire coming from the extension cord. Those two wires are ran along my ceiling to the back wall where I wired them into the switch. There are two connections labeled A and F that you screw the wires into. F is the wire coming from the fan, A is the wire coming from the power. Once those were connected and the fan plugged into the outlet it worked like a charm! So far I am very pleased with how everything is working. The fan moves a ton of air which was the goal, it doesn't wobble or make noise, was affordable and easy to install. All in all a great product that I would definitely buy again and would highly recommend.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By S. Scott - Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2018
Nice Fan for a Very Nice Price
I bought 2 of these for my garage. To make them hang at the correct height from a 9' ceiling, I cut the down rods short and drilled a few new holes. That worked like a charm. The fans move a lot of air and are quiet, except for the sound of the blades cutting through the air. I love the industrial look of these things. Both came with the huge fan speed controllers. I swapped those out for the normal size Westinghouse controllers available here on Amazon. Even with the added cost of the controller, this fan is a bargain. Highly recommended so far.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Carolyn Nowotny - Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2018
Did not hold up over time.
Not very good quality. I bought 2 of these and put them on a covered porch where they are totally protected from rain. The only exposure to moisture is humidity, which these are supposed to be designed to handle. They worked well for 2 summers but this summer (3 years from purchase date) they will not start and the insides are completely rusted out from just exposure to humidity. Live in North Carolina so it is fairly humid but I am shocked and disappointed that these fans aren't designed to hold up better than this!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By David Charles - Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2019
Not for Typical Residential Use
OK, admittedly, this is described outright, as an industrial fan. Other reviews seem to gloss over this fact and speak of installing this in bedrooms, living areas, etc.. I'd like to say here, that this fan is not for typical residential use. The fan I received is much noisier than a typical ceiling fan. The fan motor hums, throbs really, at a very audible 60 hz, much louder than your average residential ceiling fan. You won't want this in your bedroom or living area. There is a label affixed to the unit stating that the fan can ONLY be installed at a minimum ceiling height of ten feet, for safety reasons. NOWHERE IN THE AMAZON DESCRIPTION IS THIS MENTIONED. For those of us with less than cathedral ceilings, this ain't gonna work. When it's on high-speed, imagine the blades of a helicopter at take-off, 54 inches of Vegematic ready to shred your loved ones in its metal blades. The wall switch/speed control is a monstrous, bulky, rheostat, a wall-wart, right out of a 1960's Soviet Union design school . Previous reviews have mentioned swapping this out for a newer Westinghouse solid-state control. The installation manual clearly warns against using a newer solid-state control with this unit. Fire hazard anyone? What gives with the Amazon descriptions? What-up Westinghouse? Another isssue I am seeing is wobble. The unit I received cannot be properly balanced, it wobbles even though I have tried adjusting the fan blades, as is mentioned in the trouble-shooting section of the manual. It continues to shimmy away on the ceilng, even though it's been properly installed. This fan might be fine in the ceiling of your garage, barn or factory. You won't be happy with it in your home.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Raymond Cusamano - Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2019
Sturdy, beefy, good looking fan and priced right
Like my headline says, this fan feels like quality. It is a good looking fan that was unbelievably easy to install. I read some complaints on here about the bulky speed controller, but because of the awesome transformer it houses, this fan does not hum at the lower speeds. I'll take the bulky speed controller over annoying hum any day. The blades do make a slight "helicopter" sound at high speed but it isn't annoying to me. I've included a video at high speed. Regardless, this sound dies down significantly and is whisper quiet at the lower speeds. Because I installed it on a 9 foot ceiling, I cut its down shaft in half to avoid accidentally shoving my hands in the blade path. The blades are thin and I'm imagining it could easily cut at the higher speeds. Regardless, this is one of the better purchases I've made on Amazon and plan to purchase a couple more for my living room.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Scott - Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2017
Very good fan for the price
I've bought quite a few products lately to try and combat the heat here and this fan is one of them. Our main issue is we just recently had a baby and the nursery is above the garage. Being above the garage and having a traditional attic, that room gets very hot and is not easy to cool down. When we built the house we did make sure the garage was fully insulated, so all walls and the ceiling. I have done a few thing to help the garage not heat up as much and I am working on modem insulation in the attic as well. What I did with this fan though was put it in my garage. Right now there isn't much else I can do with my garage other than air condition it and I have no plans to do that. So, I mounted this fan ok the ceiling in the area that would be about center to the nursery above the garage. The thought was that during the day the heat builds up in the garage and rises to the ceiling which in turn heats up the floor of the nursery. Putting the fan there will help pull the heat off the ceiling and keep the garage a more uniform temperature. It also helps to cool down our car after driving it and then parking it in the garage which helps prevent the car from heating up the garage as much as it normally would. I also plan on moving the yard equipment and things out to a storage shed so that I can put up cabinets and put down a floor coating to make the garage a cleaner place to work on things. So this fan will help make working in there more bearable once I am finished with all that. So far I think it has helped. I wasn't expecting huge results since it's just blowing around the same hot air but, for $70 it was worth a try. It also wasn't necessarily about saving money each month as much as it was about making that room easier to cool down. Because as it is now, on the hottest days, we can't get the room down below 76-77 and it hasn't its own dedicated thermostat for that room. So if my bill stayed the same but I could cool that room better I'd be very happy. I tried to measure the temperature of the floor before the fan and after and it seems to be about 3-5 degrees different than before. It's hard to get concrete results because the temperate and humidity etc....have not been exactly the same but they've been close. The temperature before was around 80-85 depending on where and now it's around 77-81 depending on where. As far as the fan itself, it is probably the easiest fan I've assembled and put up. We just recently put up one in the nursery that was not as simple. My control box looks quite a bit different than others, I'll post a picture, so I did not replace it as it's not too bad looking. When cranked all the way up, this fan moves a ton of air! I can see why people said it was loud. It's not the fan operating that's loud, it just blows so much air its like a planes propeller on our ceiling! Because mine is in the garage I could not use the long rod it came with as mine is in between the ceiling and garage door. So I just cut down the rod, drilled two new holes and reassembled. The holes I had to drill hold in the small metal bar which is what secures the ball joint that mounts to the bracket on the ceiling, so it's very important to be able to drill those two new holes before you cut up the pipe. Because I cut it down, I wasn't able to use some of the decorative shrouds that hide the wires, but that's ok since it's in the garage. Assembling the blades was a piece of cake and so was mounting. Just throw a couple screws to the mounting bracket and ceiling and then hang the fan. Once it's hung you can splice the wires and you're done! Now, where I put this fan was not designed to have a fan or even a light, it was just a smooth ceiling. All I had was two outlets on the ceiling which power my garage door and my remote garage door opener. It's one we got from our security company so we can open and close the garage from our phone. In order to make this work, I bought a two outlet adapter, from Amazon, so that the fan and or remote sensor could be plugged into the one outlet. I wasn't worried about load on the circuit since the remote opener barely uses any power. Next, I took an extension cord (VERY IMPORTANTLY A THREE PRONG GROUNDED CORD) and wired it to the fan wires. Because this has no light it would've been an easy white to white, gray to gray and black to black wiring. However, this also comes with the control unit that needs to be wired in. Again, since this fan wasn't traditionally wired, I had to come up with another way. So, I bought 18 gauge wire, the same as the fan wiring, and used it to wire the switch. All you have to do is splice on wire to the black wire coming from the fan and then splice another wire to the black wire coming from the extension cord. Those two wires are ran along my ceiling to the back wall where I wired them into the switch. There are two connections labeled A and F that you screw the wires into. F is the wire coming from the fan, A is the wire coming from the power. Once those were connected and the fan plugged into the outlet it worked like a charm! So far I am very pleased with how everything is working. The fan moves a ton of air which was the goal, it doesn't wobble or make noise, was affordable and easy to install. All in all a great product that I would definitely buy again and would highly recommend.