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Isis by Big Ass Fans

The versatile Isis design by Big Ass Fans makes cooling a breeze.


October 6th, 2010

A high-ceilinged home or commercial space needs an effective air control system that doesn’t compromise on style or quality. Enter the Isis – an innovative design from Big Ass Fans perfect for both indoor and outdoor areas.

The Isis continues Big Ass Fans’ commitment to cutting-edge technology and style.

Its secret is a clever combination of size, shape and speed. With a diameter of between 2.4 and 3 metres, the Isis is suitable for ceilings as low as 3.7 metres.

Lightweight and sleek, it features a patented design of aerofoils that act like wings to create a steady, gentle airflow with no drag or draught.

The Isis is powered by a gearless – and silent – prime mover that gives it the power of nine standard fans but requires only one third of the energy, making it a cost-effective and sustainable alternative to air conditioning in the summer months. 

It can also be used in conjunction with HVAC sytems to distribute conditioned air and lighten the load on the system.

Built to precision from high quality aluminium, the Isis features a slim-line design that complements any decor. 

It provides a striking addition to large and small spaces, and to contemporary or traditional design.

The wall-mounted keypad is discreet, simple to use and allows several speed settings. What’s more, the Isis is backed by a 10 year non-prorated warranty with certified installation.

Big on performance, big on economy and big on quality – the Isis by Big Ass Fans is a smart and stylish solution for the modern commercial or residential space.

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