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7 Mind-Blowing Facts About Fans That You Didn’t Know About!

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Ah, to be a humble ceiling fan. We can’t go a single day without it, and yet, you’ll fail to find anything else in your house that is as under-appreciated as it.  Sure, they’re not the most luxurious items, but they are essential (unless you have a stunning Fanzart piece installed – but more on that later).

Have you ever wondered where the first fan came from? How it was invented? How it was commercialized, and how it’s being altered to meet the needs of future generations?
Well, if you want to satiate your thirst for knowledge, read on to have your mind blown!

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An Introduction To Fanzart’s Brushless DC Motor Fans

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First things first: a fan needs a motor to run. A motor is a power delivery machine. Its primary job is to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy. As technology has evolved over time, multiple types of motors are used for myriad purposes.

At Fanzart, though, our fans are made using ‘Brushless DC Motors’ – but the question is, what is a brushless DC motor, and what makes it so special?

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Have You Heard Of Fanzart’s Summer Winter Feature?

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Here’s a peculiar question for you: winter is upon us, and you’re feeling extremely cold. Or maybe the weather is just comfortably nippy, even. In such a situation, would you switch the fan on or off?

Now, logic suggests that you switch it off – you don’t want to freeze to death! However, what if we told you that switching the fan on can actually help make the room a whole lot warmer? 

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Wooden Classics From Fanzart That You Need For Your Home

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Here’s a situation for you: you walk into a modern Indian apartment or home. If we ask you the picture the fan, what would you imagine? Most of us, to be fair, would immediately picture a fan made of metal or steel, because that’s the norm today. On the other hand, if we ask you to picture a wooden fan, you’d immediately picture it in an old-ish home – a cabin in the woods with creaky doors, or a spacious ‘Haweli’ or something in that ilk.

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Welcome To The World Of Fanzart – Where Luxury Is Redefined

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“We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology, in which hardly anyone knows anything about science and technology.”

The immortal words of Carl Sagan may have been uttered decades ago, but as we gallop headfirst into a scientifically advanced, technologically dependent society, they ring truer than ever today. Truth be told, we are a society that’s heavily dependent on technology – and are spoilt by how quickly it’s advancing too.

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Ten Studio Apartment Ideas To Make Small Space Seem Bigger

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First things first: everyone should, at least once in their life, live in a studio apartment – especially if you’re one of those who thinks they’re not creatively inspired. Why? Because when you live in a studio, your creative juices start flowing in a jiffy, and you’ll be surprised at how easily you can be inspired to think more freely!

However, for many of us who dwell in the metropolitan cities, living in a studio isn’t exactly a choice, and surging property rates ensure that cramped spaces are a constant reality.

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Presenting, Fanzart’s Aqua Jet – The Most Premium Mist Fan in the Market!

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“I don’t dream of a ceiling fan which is always here spinning above my head. I dream of a cool weather.”

Little known author Munia Khan’s words might not be known by many, but few amongst us can deny that they are relatable to a certain degree. The job of fans, after all, is to make your life a whole lot more comfortable. And yet, in the world of technology – especially where the subject of ‘cool weather’ is concerned – your average fan falls way down the pecking order, with the AC and the cooler constantly receiving preference.

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Five Unique Fanzart Technologies That Make It The Best Fan In India!

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Fans – those things on your ceiling you usually care so little about, we bet you wouldn’t even know which brand yours is unless you double checked. After all, ask the average John Doe, and he’ll tell you that at the end of the day, fans are all one and the same. You switch them on, dabble with the regulator, and the faster they rotate, the more air they provide. Right?

Well, that’s wrong. Incredibly wrong.

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