Silent and efficient, Aeratron is a remarkable new ceiling fan.
November 22nd, 2011
Fresh from receiving a Design Award at the 2011 Australian International Design Awards, Aeratron is set to make its mark on our living and work spaces.
The world’s most eco-efficient and only silently revolving ceiling fan, Aeratron is ideal for both residential and commercial applications.
The fan uses only 4 watts on low and 18 watts on highest speed – just a fraction of the electricity used by conventional ceiling fans.
The shape of the fan was inspired by bird wings, its contours designed to minimise the drag and swirl of air and effortlessly eliminate sound.
Low-waste production and eco-packaging add to Aeratron’s commitment to sustainability.
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