Mercury Ceiling Fan - Satin Nickel with Natural Timber Blades 52

Mercury Ceiling Fan - Satin Nickel with Natural Timber Blades 52"

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Mercury Ceiling Fan - Satin Nickel with Natural Timber Blades 52"

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96% of 100

The 20533/13 Mercury Ceiling Fan from Brilliant Lighting features solif timber 'natural' blades and a satin nickel motor. The fan comes with a reliable AC motor and wall control mechanism. We love the combination of three natural coloured timber blades, handcrafted and secured beneath a satin nickel motor.

Regular Price $319.00 Special Price $299.00
SKU
CFBRME3SN

Mercury Ceiling Fan Features Overview:

Location: Indoor
Colour: Satin Nickel Motor with Natural Timber Blades
Blade Material: Timber
Blade Span: 52" (132cm)
Motor Type: AC
Operation: Wall Control
Summer/Winter Use: Reversible From Motor
Ceiling to Blade Drop: 320 mm
Angled Ceilings? Suitable up to 32 degrees
Light: No Light Model Available

The Mercury Ceiling Fan is operated by a three speed wall control. Powered by a 50 watt motor, the Mercury ceiling fan is strong performer. On the highest setting, it creates an airflow of up to 8,979 m3/hr.

Speed Low Medium High
Power 9w 17w 50w
Airflow m3/hr  3,055 5,209 8,979
More Information
Model Number 20533/13
Motor Type AC
Brand Brilliant
Style Modern
Location Indoor, Outdoor - Damp Location (undercover)
Blade Span (Size) 52" (132cm)
Motor Colour Satin Nickel
Blade Colour Natural Timber
Blade Material Timber
IP Rating No IP Rating Specified
Blade Pitch 12
Drop (Ceiling to Blade) 320 mm
Number of Blades 3
Airflow (Max) 8,979 m3/hr
RPM (High) To be Confirmed
RPM (Low) To be Confirmed
Motor (max) 50w
Reversible (Summer/Winter) Reversible From Motor
Speeds 3 speeds
Voltage 240V - Standard
Suitability for Raked Ceilings Suitable up to 32°
Warranty Details Brilliant: Warranty 3 Years in-home + 3 Years replacement motor, please call Brilliant Lighting 03 9765 2555 for any warranty problems, help with install issues.
Warranty Disclaimer 1. Ensure installation takes place by a licensed and qualified electrician unless otherwise stated. Proof is often required upon requesting a warranty - this proof will need to be in the form of an invoice or receipt detailing the name and licence. --, 2. Never take down your fan if there is a fault before contacting the warranty line. Most warranties are in-home therefore will only take effect on installed fans unless otherwise instructed. --, 3. You must maintain your ceiling fan to prevent corrosion damage to the finishes. A lack of maintenance causing damage is not covered by warranty. See your fan instructions for care / maintenance instructions. --
Installation Disclaimer 1. All electrical goods require installation from a licensed electrician. Please wait for your goods to arrive before booking your electrician. It is important that you keep your electrician's certificate of installation in a safe place. --, 2. Ceiling fans should be installed so you have a minimum of 2.1m from blade to floor, however please check with your local council regulations and electrician to assess your individual needs. --
Notice / Disclaimer If you have any questions - please contact us.
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