Eterfan is a ceiling fan combining innovative design and technology which also contributes to energy savings. Moreover, it’s a sustainable fan throughout its whole life cycle: from the materials, through the production process, technological innovation to its end of life.
Mainly, two types of materials are used in the manufacture of this sustainable ceiling fan: borosilicate for the body, and polycarbonate for the blades. Borosilicate is a type of glass which is more resistant, a good light transmitter, and also recyclable. Polycarbonate is a biodegradable, lightweight plastic, very careful also with environmental emissions in its production process.
2 Production process
The body of our Eterfan is made of blown glass. It’s manufactured through a process of craft production, which means less pollution to the environment.
3 Technological innovation and marketing
Eterfan incorporates a DC (direct current) engine which consumes less at a higher speed. It’s also quieter, lighter and more durable. When compared to other air conditioning units, the fan is a natural and environmental solution.
Main advantages of the Eterfan DC engine include: consumption is 60% lower than conventional fans, reduces noise, has 6 speeds with high starting power, heats up less which extends its life, and also weighs less (facilitating installation).
4 End of life
Once the product reaches its end, its materials can be recycled. This favors the initiation of a new cycle.
The Eterfan ceiling fan has been chosen as a finalist of the Delta Awards 2013.