Hotel rooms are small, and the ventilation may be inadequate. In other instances, the windows may remain locked for security reasons or to control the noise level from outside. Therefore, the need for a fan in a hotel room is paramount. This fan should be able to serve effectively during hot seasons or provide fresh air in the chamber.
1. Blade size
Bigger blades move more air than the small blades. The larger blades consume more power but are more silent while on low speed than the smaller ones on high speed. However, when installing the fan consider the size of the room first.
AC fans operate at different speeds. This can, however, be controlled by use of gears in rear situations. The AC speed can be controlled by use of a capacitor and microchip controller. A good fan is controlled from the wall but not by pulling a chain.
3. Low Noise Level
A real fan should have low sound level without disrupting the sleep of the guest. The more the blades to move air the less noise they make.
4. Cost Effective
Do not waste money on a fan that doesn’t give you long service. An air fan saves more energy than an A.C. Therefore, there is a reduction in the running cost.
5. Drop rods
You will need a lowered fan to give better service if your ceiling is high. However, the fan should be correctly placed with right balance not to produce a lot of noise. A hotel can also install a fan that can be reversed. During cold seasons the hot air will be reversed back thus saving on heating bills.
6. Build quality
Cheap fans will break shortly after the year warranty period. Some of them fail because of corrosion. The best blade quality is made from plywood because it does not twist. Cheap speed capacitors fail after a short time of use.
7. Reliability and Warranty
Real fans will have a warranty of ten years. Cheap fans that may not be branded and you do the installation yourself. Invest in companies that have been in the field for a long time to give you the best quality.
Hotels should invest in the best fans possible. The air concentration in the rooms can be disturbing to customers. However, it is important to know there are communicable diseases spread through the use of fans. Hotels should do service check to control such instances.