Kichler 339013BAP

52" Indoor Ceiling Fan with Blades, Downrod and Remote Control

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Included Components:

  • Plywood fan blades:
    • Burnished antique pewter finish: Reversible Cherry / Dark Cherry
    • Natural brass finish: Reversible Medium Cherry / Dark Cherry
    • Oil brushed bronze finish: Reversible Walnut / Light Cherry
    • Olde bronze finish: Reversible Walnut / Light Cherry
    • Tannery bronze finish: Reversible Teak / Medium Cherry
  • Basic function wall control
  • 4" downrod

Features:

  • Compatible with sloped ceilings up to 30° (7/12 pitch)
  • Reversible blades help you match the fan to your room
  • Optional light kit, sloped ceiling kit and wall controls available - add to cart to see options
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • cUL listed for dry locations

Dimensions:

  • Width / Blade Span: 52"
  • Height with 4" Downrod: 13.25"
  • Blade-to-Ceiling Height with 4" Downrod: 12.75"
  • Ceiling Canopy Width: 6.75"

Specifications:

  • Air Flow (CFM): 5716 on high speed
  • Fan Speed (RPM): 174 on high
  • Power Usage: 73 watts on high
  • Hanging Weight: 20.7 lbs
  • Lead Wire Length: 78"
  • Motor Size: 172mm x 17mm AC
  • Amperage: 0.63 on high speed
  • Voltage: 120 (U.S. standard line voltage)

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