pedestal fans and tower fans. Only the industrial-rated wind machines make for a special subtype since they are not suitable for use in domestic environments due to their powerful performance and noise levels. In turn, standard pedestal fans and tower fans are not recommended in professional environments since they usually don’t have what it takes to perform well in factories etc.
with a telescope bar are adjustable in height, some models can even be tilted vertically. These products for indoor use at home (without IP protection ratings) are able to cover an area of up to 50 m2
. Their protective grille however tends to take up quite a bit of space, particularly when the oscillating (swiveling) feature is activated. The wide pedestal foot or wooden tripod is not suitable for every home. It is best if the pedestal fan has some free space so that it can operate and look as best as possible.
have a rather slender construction so that they can be put in an unused corner of the room. The appealing modern designs make them a stylish addition to the interior. Tower fans feature a long vertical air roll that blows out air throughout the entire length of the front grille. The airflow of tower fans can reach up to 21 metres
The height of a tower fan is not adjustable due to the fixed housing. However, they can still provide oscillation. Some tower fans also incorporate a water tank for a cooling mist.