Cubic feet per minute or 'CFM' is the unit used to measure the airflow of a ceiling fan. The greater the CFM, the more air that is being moved. The Blade Size and Shape, Blade Pitch and Motor Performance are essential for superior air movement. At Hunter Fan Company, we are constantly testing the combination of these three elements to maximize the performance of our products. From the number and shape of the blades to the motor size, the slightest change can make a difference in a fan's overall functionality and ultimately creating the perfect level of comfort.
Articles in this section
- How to choose the right ceiling fan
- How much air do ceiling fans move? Can you compare Hunter versus non-Hunter?
- Need Professional Installation of your fan?
- What type of fan control system should I use?
- What makes outdoor-rated fans different from indoor fans?
- How do I know what size fan to purchase - there are so many sizes available?
- What makes the Hunter Original® unique?
- What is the difference between a four and five blade ceiling fan?
- What is the difference between damp and wet-rated fans?
- Which type of fan is right for me - a fan with a downrod or a low-profile fan?