How to cool a room with fan

How to cool a room with fan

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A fan is a necessary cooling appliance for every house. By generating cool airflow within the room, fans refresh us by circulating the air all around the room. Fans are the most energy efficient and affordable means of cooling homes. They are cheaper than air coolers and air conditioners and also consume less energy than the other two.

Proper ventilation is of prime importance to keep the room fresh and moisture free. A house without good ventilation will not just be humid, but it will also not allow the fan to perform at its optimum level. In such a case, even when the fan is running at high speed, the inhabitants of the house will not feel fresh and cool.

How a Fan Cools?

When a fan runs, it drives the warm air out and circulates the cool air evenly throughout a room. Fans do not exactly ‘cool’ the room, but they escalate the process of evaporation of the perspiration on the human skin, making us ‘feel cool.’

Fans with good quality motors and aerodynamically designed blades are the best choice for cooling a room. Atomberg’s Gorilla ceiling fans are a good example. Equipped with brushless DC motors, these fans operate noiselessly while producing excellent air circulation in the room. The best part about these fans is that they consume 65% less energy than regular fans.

For a fan to work properly, you need to maintain it in good condition by keeping the blades free of dust and dirt. Often, fans with dirty and dusty fan blades start to get squeaky because the dust weighs them down and hampers the overall performance of the fan. Regular servicing and cleaning of fan parts can prevent performance issues in a fan.

To cool a room with a fan, the foremost thing that is required is good ventilation. When the air has a chance to escape and enter a home, that is when fans can replace the stale air within the house with fresh air from outside.

Good Ventilation:

A house with numerous spacious windows, ventilators, and doors, is said to have good ventilation. In such spaces, it becomes easier for the fan to cool the room by bringing in fresh air from outside and driving the stale air out. Window fans, pedestal fans, and exhaust fans are great for this purpose. They not only cool the room but also drive out the moist and humid air inside the house while eliminating bad odors too.

Poor Ventilation:

Houses with small and cramped rooms, devoid of windows and ventilators tend to get very stuffy and hot as the air cannot circulate properly within the rooms. For such spaces, window fans and exhaust fans are the best choices. Poor ventilation is also the reason for the formation of mold spores in a house.

To conclude, spacious rooms and a higher number of windows in a house are great compliments for a fan to work its magic.

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