Cirrus Hugger Ceiling Fan
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Design by Ron Rezek.
By The Modern Fan Company.
The Cirrus Hugger compresses power and design into a small efficient package. Introduced in 1999 to accommodate low ceiling applications, this fan has become a best-seller in New York City. With a 13" overall height and the blades 7" from the ceiling, the Cirrus Hugger does not have any sloped ceiling capabilities. However, all other specifications and options are shared with the Cirrus fan.
The Cirrus Hugger is all die-cast aluminum and offered in a gloss white or hand brushed aluminum finish. The motor is a high power silicon steel unit with 18 poles, designed for long life and cool running, and is controlled by two capacitors. Optional light kits include a halogen spot light which provides direct illumination (adds 2" to height of the fan), and an incandescent or fluorescent glass globe which diffuses light to provide general illumination (adds 3" to height of the fan). Several switching and control options are available for both speed and light control. Note: Any control ordered with a fan that has been configured with an energy-saving CFL will be supplied in a non-dimming version. Blades are available in a white, aluminum or maple finish with a 36", 42", or 52" blade span.
- Airflow measured in cubic feet per minute at high speed (CFM) = 6618.12
- Watts at high speed = 88.5
- Airflow efficiency at high speed (CFM/Watts) = 75.21
Notes: Express shipping is available on this item. In most cases, orders received before 12:00 PM Pacific time will ship the same day.
Material(s): Die-Cast Aluminum With Plywood Laminate Blades
- Fan body: 6" Dia
- Overall height: 13"
- Ceiling canopy: 7" Dia
Lamp Type: HALOGEN, INCANDESCENT, COMPACT FLUORESCENT, CFL
- light kit 350: 1 X 50W GU10 PAR16 halogen lamp (included)
- light kit 352: 1 X 75W G9 halogen lamp (included)
- light kit 353: 1 X 26W GU24 low profile compact fluorescent lamp (included)
Listing: UL, DAMP LOCATION
Manufacturer Specifications: Click to download specifications.
Instructions: Click to download instructions.
Ron Rezek designed the world's first contemporary-styled ceiling fan, the Stratos, in 1986. But his list of accomplishments in the design world is long and varied, from lifeguard equipment to contemporary lighting. In 1997, Ron started The Modern Fan Co. in Ashland, Oregon, which produces and sells only contemporary ceiling fans.
His ceiling fans have been widely used in hotels, restaurants, retail and institutional applications, and all types of residential projects.
Ron Rezek's Philosophy:
"I don't think contemporary means a stark white room. I think it means a tasteful alignment of important elements. There are some designers who copy the Modernists who have come before. But I think 'contemporary' is the pursuit of the new." "People assume that all contemporary fixtures are more functional than traditional ones. That is because contemporary fixtures are easier to clean and they seem to be more utilitarian based on their appearance. And because of their simplicity and lack of ornamentation, they also have an alliance with the industrial look. But all of this doesn't necessarily translate into function. The Modern Fan Co.'s fans are designed to be functional and energy efficient. This is part of being contemporary and pushing the edge. Energy efficiency is the wave of the future."
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Modern Fan represents a new age in ceiling fans — the marrying of efficient function with contemporary design. Designed by Ron Rezek, the Modern Fan Company's models celebrate the modern idiom through mechanical simplification, geometric forms and contemporary finishes. The unique ceiling fan styles of Modern Fan represent a new age in ceiling fans — the marrying of efficient function with contemporary design (you won't find any wicker or flowery fans here!).
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