Ceiling Fan. Wednesday , December 13th , 2017 - 07:22:35 AM
On days that are cold (or hot, in summertime), the larger spaces created by vaulted ceilings require more energy to heat (or cool down). This decrease in energy efficiency can be considered a waste and unnecessarily expensive, because no one really “uses” that extra air up there.
Domes were the first popular vaulted ceiling option – imagine a hollow sphere cut in half. Built at times before history was even history, domes have been constructed out of mud, stone, wood, brick, concrete, metal, glass, and even plastic. The barrel vault (aka wagon vault and tunnel vault) stemmed from the dome and is the simplest kind of vault – a semicircle stretched into a continuous arch. Next came the groin vault, which is where two barrel vaults cross one another and create a true ellipse intersection known as a groin.
Most houses have a ceiling lamp i the dining room or in the living room because this is the room where all the family members gather and stay for a longer time than in the bedroom for example. And there is also need of some ventilation, especially in summer and especially in the places where the weather is really hot. So why not combine two needs and get only one device? This is the Artemis ceiling fan. It can be used both as a ceiling fan and as a ceiling hanging light and you can stop either function whenever you feel the need to.
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