Well”they” say that you can’t stand a draft during winter , but you can equalize the air temperature purchase using your lover in the reverse way. I always wondered why the elderly ceiling fan types didn’t have a reverse button. Were the men and women who made those fans, just too stupid to think about
Well”they” say that you can’t stand a draft during winter , but you can equalize the air temperature purchase using your lover in the reverse way.
I always wondered why the elderly ceiling fan types didn’t have a reverse button. Were the men and women who made those fans, just too stupid to think about using reverse in winter?
Throughout winter, once you use the central heating system, the hot air coming out of the registers, in every area, will obviously grow and since the registers are coming up high already, the hot air will construct at the ceiling amount and gradually work its way down toward floor level. The heating system runs until the temperature is comfortable at the lower levels of the rooms. But by this time this happens, it will be very hot at the ceiling amount. Most BTU’s are squandering heating the ceiling regions of the home, where we do not live our own lives.
However, what if there was a way to find this hot air off the ceiling, into the lower levels where people live. The heating unit would not need to work so long and the savings on our utility bill may be significant. Will bring this air down and combine the hot air with the cooler air at floor level. This mixing would essentially equalize the temperature at floor and ceiling levels, which means that the heat wouldn’t be wasted keeping the ceilings warm. The heating unit would not run as much. The utility bill will be lower while the comfortable level will remain the same.
But then someone said that the draft generated by the ceiling fans would be a lot for winter months. So somebody said”well, let us simply reverse the ceiling fans and allow the air blow off until it strikes the ceiling and after that it’ll go flat in all directions until it strikes the walls. Then it will come down until it strikes the floor. It may travel, at floor levelback toward the middle of the room and then back up into the ceiling fan. What a genius! Today everyone can use ceiling fans to equalize the warmth without setting a draft .
Oh yea! What exactly happens when this hot air begins down the walls and strikes furniture, bookshelves, etc? It will start a horizontal movement toward the middle of this room. Now when it comes out past the barrier, will it twist and fall toward the floor, where it can mix? If warm air falls instead of rising, then I guess it could.
What occurs when air from the ceiling fans strikes the ceiling in an area with a sloped ceiling? If the ceiling fan is based in the room, it might be basically half way up the incline. What about the other half of this space?
What happens when the room is big? Will the drive, coming down the walls, still be enough to find this warm atmosphere to the floor, particularly when the ceiling is 2 stories high?
What occurs when ceiling fans are in a room with a two story high ceiling, which will be open to the next floor level of the house? Would not the warm atmosphere go off to the next degree, instead of coming down to the floor and in such a circumstance, would not the ceiling fan steal the warm air from the very first level and then take it into the next floor, beating the purpose for which it’s being used?
On the other hand, if you blow the air down, the hot air in the ceiling amount will be forced down to floor level at which it will move in all directions toward the outer walls of the space. The atmosphere is now able to mix and seek its own level. The warmer atmosphere will naturally rise to the ceiling level where it’s going to be picked up by the enthusiast to repeat the cycle. So would not this be much more effective than using inverse, particularly in the situation where the ceiling is 2 stories high and open to the second floor? I say only run the ceiling fan at a low speed or the maximum speed which you can tolerate and still be comfortable.