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52" Hendrik 5-Blade Ceiling Fan Olde Bronze 300114OZ by Kichler

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Kichler # 300114OZ


  • From the Hendrik Collection by Kichler Lighting
  • Olde Bronze Finish
  • Light Umber-Etched Glass
  • 5 x 52" reversible blades with Walnut and Cherry finishes.

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Description and Features

With an Oiled Bronze finish and Light Umber-Etched Glass, this fan is a wonderful addition to the Kichler Hendrik Collection.
  • From the Hendrik Collection by Kichler Lighting
  • Olde Bronze Finish
  • Light Umber-Etched Glass
  • 5 x 52" reversible blades with Walnut and Cherry finishes.
  • 14 Degree blade pitch
  • Quiet 172mm x 17mm Motor
  • Low ceiling adaptable
  • Includes 6" and 12" (1" Exterior Diameter) downrods
  • Accepts 3 x 40 Watt B10 bulbs (not included)
  • Weight: 26.9 lbs

Includes full function CoolTouch Remote/Wall Control System:
  • Mounts on any single switch junction box
  • Mounting hardware is included
  • Mounts on any flat surface without cutting holes, running wires or adding a junction box.
  • Wireless radio-frequency remote operation - operates up to 40 feet from the ceiling fan
  • Does not require special installation
  • Battery operated with replaceable long-life batteries (included)
  • Includes removable hand-held control puck for enhanced remote-control freedom
  • Controls 3 fan speeds
  • Forward and reverse operation
  • Independent on/off up-light control will full range dimming and intelligent return
  • Interchangeable white and ivory face plates included

Energy Performance for this ceiling fan
Air Flow (CFM - Cubic Feet of Air Flow per Minute) Electricity (Watts - Electricity used not including any Lights) Efficiency (CFM/Watt - Cubic Feet of Air Flow per Minute per Watt used - higher is better)
HIGH Speed 5022 70 72
Efficiency is the cubic feet of air that can be moved in one minute if the fan were to use 1 watt of electricity, and can be used to compare energy-efficiency among different ceiling fans. The higher this number the more energy-efficient the fan is. This ceiling fan's airflow efficiency is below average, compared to fans with a 52" blade span. By comparison, other regular-sized ceiling fans with a 52" blade span typically provide an airflow efficiency ranging from 64 to 100 cubic feet per minute per watt.


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Posted on May 18, 2015 by Steve Brielmaier | 0 comments
How-To's & Tips - Ceiling Fan Rotation Guide
In the winter the blades should rotate in a clockwise direction. This direction creates an updraft that forces the warm air near the ceiling down into the room. The air at the ceiling is 15 degrees warmer than that near the floor. Getting this warmer aid down to the floor creates comfort at a lower thermostat setting. Avoid a wind chill with the winter warming and use the fan on low speed.

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