The Graphite With Graphite Blades Mercator Rhino DC ceiling fan is a huge industrial style ceiling fan that boasts an incredible 72" (1800mm) rotational diameter.
This industrial style ceiling fan incorporates that latest in DC ceiling fan technology consuming only 35W per hour, whilst also providing smooth and quite operation when compared to other fans of its size. This graphite fan features 6 graphite aluminium blades that provide maximum airflow over a vast area.
The Mercator Rhino also includes a 5 speed remote control allowing the fan to be set at the most optimal level. The remote control also features a summer/winter reverse mode for all year round operation.
|Model Name||Rhino||Motor Housing Material||Aluminium|
|Model Number||FC479180GR + FC47918LGR||Input Voltage||240V|
|Primary Colour||Graphite||Motor Type||DC Motor|
|Number Of Blades||6||Motor Wattage (High Speed)||35W|
|Blade Pitch||11°||Summer Winter Reverse||Yes - Located On Remote Control|
|Light Kit Adaptable||Yes - Please See Accessories||Installation Location||Indoor And Outdoor Under Covered Installation|
|Extension Rod Adaptable||Yes - Please See Accessories||Sloped Ceiling Compatible||Up to 21°|
|Remote||Included||Controller Type||5 Speed Remote Control (Included)|
|Airflow (m³/hr)||16,836 m3/hr||TBA||TBA|
|Blade Rotational Diameter||72" (1800mm)|
|Ceiling To Bottom Of Fan||506mm|
|Ceiling To Blades||486mm|
|Minimum Installation Height||2.1m From Floor To Blades|
This ceiling fan comes with a 2 Year In home Warranty & 5 Year Motor Warranty*
This remote control and receiver comes with a 12 Month In Home Warranty*
If you do experience any problems with your Mercator ceiling fan within this period, lodging a warranty claim is very easy. You can either fill out the form via the link here https://www.mercator.com.au/product-support/warranty or you can contact Mercator's helpful warranty team on 1300 55 22 55 and they will assist you.
*Please click here to learn more about the Mercator Lighting Warranty Terms and Conditions.
Hi Allison, though you can always shorten the default rod that comes with any ceiling fan, we do not recommend doing that as it could reduce the airflow of the fan due to less space (air) above the blades that it was designed for, and may void any warranty claims for issues caused due to that.