For thousands of years humans have looked at ways in which they can stay cool when the weather is hot. In ancient times, the crudest fans were simple wooden shafts with items such as palm leaves that were used as blades. These days, things are very different.
Even back in the 1960’s, the average desk fan consisted of a metal frame, basic motor, and blades that rotated in order to move the air around. While some table fans still work and look like that today, many use different technologies. Ultrasonic sound, for instance, is used to make bladeless fans possible. Vortex technology is also widely used.… [ Read More ]
The beauty of a fan like this is it can easily be moved from room to room. This means you can stay cool wherever you are in the home or office.
Many desk or table fans don’t just move the air, they work to actually cool it, and keep it that way.
Attention should be paid also to the way your fan can help with the quality of the air you breathe. If you suffer from airborne type allergies, it’s worth looking for models that have in-built filters.
Manufacturers like Lasko and Holmes offer a wide range of desk fans that will cool, and clean the air. [ Less ]