Orient Fans is manufacturing fans for the past five decades beginning 1954.
PSPO is Peak Speed Performance Output. It is a technological break through which has been achieved as a Unit to specify the total performance output of a fan.
PSPO technology ensures that fans deliver more air over a larger area at lesser electricity cost.
PSPO encompasses both motor and blade design to ensure that every fan, built with it, delivers more air over a larger area at least electricity cost. This technology incorporates a High Torque Motor to obtain higher motor efficiency and reduced power consumption. DTA (Double Twist Angle) blades for greater air thrust which are further ribbed for durability and long life and an Auto Speed Retention ensures sustained airflow even during fluctuating voltage conditions.
|Room Size in meters
||Sweep in mm
|4 x 4.95 - 4.55 x 4.55
|3 x 4 - 3.65 x 3.65
|2.5 x 3.3 - 3 x 3
|2.5 x 2.4 - 2 x 3
Ceiling fans are available in a range of electroplated, metallic & regular colour finishes. Click to view colour panel.
Table, Pedestal and Wall Mounted fans are available in Crystal White, Opal White and Grey with matching blade sets available in Magic Purple, Red Brown, Cherry and Racing Blue, Pink, Orange, Crystal White and Transparent.
Ceiling fans move 9300 to 18420 cubic meters of air per hour depending upon the sweep. Table, Stand and Wall Mounted fans on an average move 5050 cubic meters of air per hour. Exhaust fans (Domestic) move 780 to 1290 cubic meters of air per hour and Exhaust fans (Industrial) move 3300 to 6200 cubic meters of air per hour depending upon the sweep. The ‘All Purpose Fan’ moves around 4500 cubic meters of air per hour.
Installing a Ceiling fan is a ‘Do-It-Yourself project’. However, if you are unfamiliar with electrical wiring, you should engage a qualified electrician.
AP Fan and Roto 53 can be mounted on angled or vaulted ceilings.
The length of the down-rod to be used depends on the height of the ceiling. However, as a general rule, Ceiling fans should be 2100mm or more above the ground and 300mm or more below the ceiling.
Ceiling fans consume 50 to 75 Watts depending on the sweep. Energy saving fans consume less power. Orient’s energy-saving fans with a 1200 sweep - Energy Star and Summer Crown - consume only 48 watts whereas a normal 1200mm sweep fan consumes 65 – 70 watts.
Fans cool by creating a wind-chill effect; they do not lower the room temperature. Wind-chill effect makes one feel cooler by accelerating the evaporation of perspiration from one's skin. It can be equated to the feeling one gets when one opens the window in a moving car.
Fans help to circulate the cool air in an air-conditioned room and help lower energy costs by allowing one to set the thermostat of the air-conditioner at a higher temperature.
Four blade fans like Super Deluxe and Super Breeze can be used as they circulate more air with lesser effort.
Our Callista series is a premium range of ceiling fans with models like Arista, Subaris, Victoria and Alexandria. These have a reverse rotation facility which is ideal for winters. A Ceiling fan can help lower energy consumption in the winter by up to 10%. The temperature of the air in a heated room varies in layers; the air near the ceiling being warmer than the air near the floor, as owing to its weight, warm air rises to the top. A ceiling fan can help push the warmer air that is trapped near the ceiling back down into the room, thus de-stratifying the layers of warm air. As a result, the warm air is circulated where it is needed and the heating system does not overwork to warm the room.
Our world-class models Airflow, Ventilator Dx, Spring Air and Power Flow are ideally suited for Bathrooms, Kitchens, Storerooms and other places where stale air accumulates. Heavy Duty Exhaust Fan is ideally suited for industrial kitchens, cold storage and godowns, chemical and pharmaceutical industries, fertilizer plants, paint shops, theatres and auditoriums, hotels and canteens, railway waiting rooms and other places with a high degree of air pollution.
Some of the portable fans are made from pressure die-cast Aluminium alloy bodies while the rest have bodies made of either Polypropylene or ABS, making them sturdy and lightweight.
There is a unique 3-in-1 AP Fan which can be used either as a Table fan, a Wall Mounted fan or even as a Ceiling fan.
Superior engineering design and utmost precision in the manufacturing process aided by the use of high quality ball bearings and noise-reducing components between metal parts make the fans comparatively quiet.
Perfectly manufactured rotors aided with blades that are matched in carefully weighed and balanced sets ensure that the Center of gravity of each fan lies on its perfect axis to avoid wobbling.
The fans do not require day-to-day maintenance, but for facilitating prolonged use one may refer to a qualified technician every couple of years.
In India, warranty is provided against any manufacturing defect for a period of two years from the date of purchase for most models.
Orient Fans are renowned for their durability and have been known to perform for decades.
There are over 3500 dealers and 40000 retail outlets that stock Orient Fans all over India. To find a dealer closest to you, please click here.
If you happen to be a bulk buyer of more than 100 fans, please get in touch with our Sales Department.
If you are an international buyer, please get in touch with our Export Department.
The primary difference is in size; compact fluorescent bulbs are made in special shapes (which require special technologies) to fit in standard household light sockets, like table lamps and ceiling fixtures. In addition, most compact fluorescent lamps have an "integral" ballast that is built into the light bulb, whereas most fluorescent tubes require a separate ballast independent of the bulb. Both types offer energy-efficient light.
To replace an incandescent bulb, use a retrofit (self ballast) CFL which is more energy efficient.
A table is given below to show what wattage CFL is required to replace an existing incandescent bulbs.
|5w = 25w
|8w / 9w = 40w
|11w = 60w
|14w / 15w = 75w
|18w / 20w = 100w
|23w = 125w
|30w = 150w
|36w = 180w
|45w = 225w
|85w = 425w
We do not recommend using regular compact fluorescent bulbs with dimming switches, since this can shorten bulb life. (Using a regular compact fluorescent bulb with a dimmer will also nullify the bulb's warranty.).
Though compact fluorescent lamps start instantly but may take a few seconds depending on the life of the CFL to give maximum brightness.
Frequently switching them on and off will shorten the life of the product. If the life of the lamp is shortened significantly, you will not reap the financial benefits (includes energy & life of lamp), that are common to CFL lamps. This is applicable to incandescent and fluorescent tubelights also.
Compact fluorescent lamps may generally be used in enclosed fixtures as long as the enclosed fixture is not recessed. Totally enclosed recessed fixtures (for example, a ceiling can have light with a cover over the bulb) create temperatures that are too high to allow the use of a compact fluorescent bulb.
CFL can be used outdoors if used in an enclosed fixture
Best position for CFL is vertical i.e the lamp tube pointed upward.
Generally it is not recommended to use CFLs in vibrating environments. Vibration can cause the electronics in the CFL to fail.
The vast majority of CFLs reach the end of useful life and fail passively. In some cases, electronic components in the ballast power supply (such as capacitors and resistors) may fail in a manner that will result in some smoke, odor, or discoloration (browning) of the plastic housing. The failure of some electrical components can result in an audible "popping" or "sizzling" sound. It is the function of the ballast housing to contain such failures and prevent the plastic or failed components from igniting. At the first sign of any odor, smoke or erratic behavior, disconnect power to the lamp. Allow it to cool and unscrew it from the socket by the handling the base, not by the glass.
Regular fluorescent light bulbs used in your home and office do not produce a hazardous amount of ultraviolet light (UV). Most light sources, including fluorescent bulbs, emit a small amount of UV, but the UV produced by fluorescent light bulbs is far less than the amount produced by natural daylight.
An energy-saving lamp uses about 80% less energy than an incandescent bulb. This saves fossil fuels and reduces emissions from power stations. The lamp does however contain a few environmentally unfriendly components (a small quantity of mercury). At the end of its life, the lamp must be disposed of as "small chemical waste" (SCW).
Modern CFL bulbs typically have a lifespan of between 5,000 and 8,000 hours, whereas incandescent lamps are usually manufactured to have a lifespan of 750 hours or 1,000 hours. The lifetime of any lamp depends on many factors including operating voltage, exposure to voltage spikes, mechanical shock, frequency of cycling on and off and ambient operating temperature, among other factors. The life of a CFL is significantly shorter if it is only turned on for a few minutes at a time: In the case of a 5-minute on/off cycle the lifespan of a CFL can be up to 85% shorter, reducing its lifespan to the level of an incandescent lamp.
CFLs give less light later in their life than they do at the start. The light output depreciation is exponential, with the fastest losses being soon after the lamp was new. By the middle to end of their lives, CFLs & fluorescent tubes can be expected to produce 70-80% of their original light output. This is true for all type of lamps.