Having been at the ceiling fan Business for more than 20 years, it is rare that a new ceiling fan gets me excited. But while exploring the efficacy ratings of the newest introductions this year, 1 version definitely stood out among all others. The Midway Eco from Emerson Electric, which is an impressive new Energy Star Ceiling Fan That’s More than 300 More Efficient than other enthusiasts. This represents a significant breakthrough in ceiling fan technology and performance, setting a new standard for energy efficient ceiling fans Emerson Developed a totally new engine for the Midway Eco Ceiling Fans known as the Eco Motor TM. The Eco Motor TM utilizes up to 75 percent less energy compared to other ceiling fans.
The blades have an airfoil shape for better aerodynamics and transfer around 40 more air than normal fan blades. The built-in light uses four 13 watt fluorescent lamps to provide maximum illumination at a very low wattage. With These new inventions, the Emerson Midway Eco far exceeded the Energy star ceiling requirements established by the EPA. As a matter of fact, the test results prove it to be more than 3 times or 300 percent more energy efficient than any other Energy Star ceiling fans with lights It follows that the Midway Eco will move considerably more air while using a fraction of the power which makes it the ultimate selection for energy conscious customers who would like to reduce their carbon footprint.
Although Emerson does not assert that the Midway Eco is 300 more effective than other fans, I made this observation myself after reviewing the evaluation results published by the EPA, for ALL Energy Star Ceiling Fans using lights. In Arrange for any ceiling fan to be Energy Star qualified, it must meet EPA standards for quality and durability. But most important, it has to undergo a standardized testing process adopted by the EPA to calculate the efficiency of the fan. During the evaluation, sensors measure the CFMs Cubic Feet per Minute of airflow that the fan produces while documenting the amount of power it consumes. The Efficiency rating is calculated by dividing the CFMs created by the Watts consumed CFM/WATTS. This information is tagged on the enthusiast packaging of each Energy Star ceiling fan giving users a standardized means of assessing the performance between different versions. For this comparison is vital for those that are energy conscious. As you will see in the information below, you will find substantial differences in the efficacy ratings of many Energy Star ceiling fans.