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Industry Ceiling Fan

By Ron Rezek, from Modern Fan Company
$360.00
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1. Fan Body
IND-GV - Galvanized
2. Blade Span
3. Blade Color
4. Light Kit
5. Fan Speed / Light Control

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Design by Ron Rezek.
By Modern Fan Company.

In a raw galvanized finish the Industry Fan evokes a retrospective Industrial age image while also incorporating the most current motor and control technologies. This contemporary ceiling fan complements exposed ceiling interiors, coordinates with galvanized ducting, conduit and industrial-style lighting.

The Industry Fan is constructed of heavy gauge steel stampings which are hot-dipped in zinc for the galvanized finish. The optional light kits offer a tapered cylinder with an open bottom (adds 5" to height of the fan), or a schoolhouse globe (adds 4" to height of the fan).

The Fan is operates quietly and is powered by a 18 pole stack motor drawing one amp. The reversible fan can run at any of three speeds which are controlled by two capacitors. The Industry fan has conventional pull chains for both speed and light control, however with these switches left in their high position any of Modern Fan Company's standard wall or remote controls can be used.
Note: Any control ordered with a fan that has been configured with an energy-saving CFL will be supplied in a non-dimming version.

Product Features:

  • Airflow measured in cubic feet per minute at high speed (CFM) = 6056.28
  • Watts at high speed = 84.30
  • Airflow efficiency at high speed (CFM/Watts) = 71.84
  • Select from halogen or fluorescent lamping
  • Select from white, silver or maple finish for the four blades
  • 42" or 52". blade span
  • Includes 2" and 9" downrods for 17" or 24" overall height
  • Optional downrods available for alternate heights
  • Accommodates a sloped ceiling up to 33°
  • Optional sloped ceiling adapter for slopes over 33° but under 45° (sold separately)
  • Note: Express shipping is available on this item. In most cases, orders received before 12:00 PM Pacific time will ship the same day.
Dimensions
  • Fan body: 7.5" Dia X 14.24" H
  • Ceiling canopy: 5.25" Dia
  • Includes 2" and 9" downrods for 17" or 24" overall height. For optional downrods, add 15" to obtain the overall length of the fixture.
  • Optional light kits add 4" - 5" to overall height.
Material(s)
steel
Lamp Type
INCANDESCENT, COMPACT FLUORESCENT, CFL
Bulbs
  • 950/952: 1 X 75W G9 halogen lamp (not included)
  • 951/953: 1 X 26W GU24 compact fluorescent lamp (included)
Listing
UL, DAMP-LOCATION
Manufacturer Specifications
Click to download specifications.
Notes
Express shipping is available on this item. In most cases, orders received before 12:00 PM Pacific time will ship the same day.
Item Number
MOD-INDUSTRY

Design by Ron Rezek.
By Modern Fan Company.

In a raw galvanized finish the Industry Fan evokes a retrospective Industrial age image while also incorporating the most current motor and control technologies. This contemporary ceiling fan complements exposed ceiling interiors, coordinates with galvanized ducting, conduit and industrial-style lighting.

The Industry Fan is constructed of heavy gauge steel stampings which are hot-dipped in zinc for the galvanized finish. The optional light kits offer a tapered cylinder with an open bottom (adds 5" to height of the fan), or a schoolhouse globe (adds 4" to height of the fan).

The Fan is operates quietly and is powered by a 18 pole stack motor drawing one amp. The reversible fan can run at any of three speeds which are controlled by two capacitors. The Industry fan has conventional pull chains for both speed and light control, however with these switches left in their high position any of Modern Fan Company's standard wall or remote controls can be used.
Note: Any control ordered with a fan that has been configured with an energy-saving CFL will be supplied in a non-dimming version.

Product Features:

  • Airflow measured in cubic feet per minute at high speed (CFM) = 6056.28
  • Watts at high speed = 84.30
  • Airflow efficiency at high speed (CFM/Watts) = 71.84
  • Select from halogen or fluorescent lamping
  • Select from white, silver or maple finish for the four blades
  • 42" or 52". blade span
  • Includes 2" and 9" downrods for 17" or 24" overall height
  • Optional downrods available for alternate heights
  • Accommodates a sloped ceiling up to 33°
  • Optional sloped ceiling adapter for slopes over 33° but under 45° (sold separately)
  • Note: Express shipping is available on this item. In most cases, orders received before 12:00 PM Pacific time will ship the same day.
Modern Fan Company

Designed by Ron Rezek, the Modern Fan Company's models celebrate the modern idiom through mechanical simplification, geometric forms and contemporary finishes. The unique ceiling fan styles of Modern Fan represent a new age in ceiling fans - the marrying of efficient function with contemporary design (you won't find any wicker or flowery fans here!).

Modern Fan Ceiling Fan Buyers' Guide + FAQs

How low can the fan go and still meet my local code?

Code requires that the fan blades be at least seven feet off the floor. The code looks to the blade height and not the bottom of the fan body. However, for low ceiling installations, we recommend the Modern Fan Co. Cirrus Hugger as it looks more proportional when installed. This is the most popular fan sold in New York City, for instance, due to the high number of low- ceiling apartments there. For low ceilings, we recommend the Cirrus Hugger over the Cirrus as it is better balanced visually.

What size fan blades should I use?

In nearly all cases, the 50-inch to 56-inch blade spans are the most appropriate selections. The 42-inch or 46-inch blade spans should be reserved for smaller rooms or narrow spaces (10-foot-by-10-foot and smaller) or when airflow to the area above the blades is blocked or restricted by architectural elements (beams, walls, cabinetry, etc.). Occasionally, two 42-inch fans may be a desirable alternative to one 52-inch fan. The Altus and Cirrus models are also available with a 36-inch blade span for exceptionally small or narrow spaces.

How far down should I drop the fan?

We recommend that you drop the fan as far down as your aesthetics will allow in order to create the most air circulation.

What kind of light should I expect from the light kits? Will they light an entire room?

In general, the light produced by the light kits will not be sufficient for an entire room's illumination with the exception of the Halo fan. The light kits that use MR16 bulbs will not produce much task lighting at all and are more decorative in nature. The light kits which use incandescent bulbs will illuminate the area directly below and around the fan. The Halo has great lumen output and can easily light up an entire room since this body is very large and the glass is a great light diffuser. However, we do not recommend this fan in small rooms as the size of the fan tends to be visually overpowering.

Can I use ceiling fans outdoors?

All Modern Fan models are rated and marked as "Suitable for Damp Location." While you can expect years of trouble-free performance from these fans when installed in humid or coastal environments, the degree to which the appearance of a fan may be impacted by the environment will vary widely. A fan's specific finishing process as well as the intensity and nature of exposure that it will encounter in a given application will directly affect the longevity of its finish and appearance. A damp rating does not address specific finish durability, nor does it assure that corrosion will not occur in exposed locations. We encourage you to closely consider these factors when selecting fans for use in damp locations. A diligent maintenance program, initiated immediately after product installation at a frequency necessary to avoid salt deposits on the fan surface(s) for prolonged periods of time, is the best defense against corrosion and oxidation.

The brushed aluminum and galvanized finishes will typically outlast all others in our collection. These surfaces will not rust or peel, however, they will weather as a result of oxidation and exposure to salt or other corrosive conditions. The bright nickel and matte nickel finishes are also well-suited for exposure to reasonable conditions, but may show signs of weathering more quickly and visibly. The coated finishes (gloss white, titanium, textured nickel, gloss nickel) may be subject to peeling over time when exposed to sun, salt and/or other environmental conditions.

An additional consideration is blade construction. Over time, plywood is subject to warping and/or delamination. While fan blades are easily replaceable when necessary, our injection molded plastic blades supplied with the Velo, Velo Hugger and Pensi fans will generally outlast the plywood blades supplied with all other models in our catalog.

Modern Fans are not rated, nor intended for use in applications classified as Wet Location.

Can I use the fan on a sloped ceiling?

We offer sloped ceiling canopies for all Modern Fan Co. fans. However, with respect to the Stratos, the sloped ceiling installation is more difficult and should be performed by a licensed electrician using the factory installed (at purchase) sloped ceiling adaptor.

Which lighting control should I use?

While the choices in lighting controls seem overwhelming, the decision shouldn't be:

MF001: This is the basic three-speed control used to change speed on a fan without a light. It mounts on a wall switch box and includes a Decora-style wall plate.

MF002: This is the basic three-speed control (MF001) but with the ability to control a light (three levels of light intensity). This control requires two circuits from the wall box to the ceiling junction box (one circuit for the fan motor and one circuit for the fan light).

MF004 (MF011 for Ball/Whirlybird): If you do not have two circuits leading to your fan installation, then use this control. It uses the two wires that come from the junction box to the wall box to control the fan motor and it uses a radio transmitter (similar to a garage opener) to control the light on the fan.

MF009: This is the same as the MF001 but is designed to control three-to-five fans simultaneously.

MF003 (MF010 for Ball/Whirlybird): This is a handheld remote control unit that allows you to control both the fan and the light. The remote control has a LCD screen which shows the current setting. With the five buttons you can select one of the three fans speeds, stop, or light intensity. A signal receiving unit is placed into the fan canopy. A wall hanger is included with the remote.

Why is my fan sometimes on when I come home?

If your fan is mysteriously on when you come home from work, you are using one of the radio controllers. There are dip switches up in the fan body that change the frequency that the controller uses. Switch the frequency and your problem should go away.

Why does my fan wobble?

Fan wobble is an inherent problem with fans due to minute variation in the fan blade weight distribution. Modern Fan Company's fan blades are specified to be within one gram weight difference to avoid wobble. However, some wobble tends to be inevitable due to variance in installation location, airflow and other minutiae. Included in every fan is a small tool to help balance the fan and thereby reduce wobble: Attach the device to the end of each fan blade and turn the fan on. After trying this tool on each blade, identify the blade which, when the tool is attached, produces the least wobble. Then, move the tool from the outside of that blade towards the center in half-inch increments until you find the "sweet spot" (the location that produces the least wobble). In most cases, this will solve your problem. Modern Fan Company does not consider wobble to be a defect, and accordingly will not repair or replace installed fans due to wobble. YLighting accepts returns on fans but only if the fan has not been installed. So if a little wobble disturbs you, we discourage you from investing in a fan of any kind.

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Ron Rezek

Ron Rezek designed the world's first contemporary-styled ceiling fan, the Stratos, in 1986. But his list of accomplishments in the design world is long and varied, from lifeguard equipment to contemporary lighting.

In 1997, Ron started The Modern Fan Co. in Ashland, Oregon, which produces and sells only contemporary ceiling fans.

His ceiling fans have been widely used in hotels, restaurants, retail and institutional applications, and all types of residential projects.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great quality and gorgeous products !!! I ordered a ceiling fan and it shipped very fast and was exactly as described online. VERY happy with this purchase will def buy again in the future!!!
Date published: 2013-04-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Fan. A bit noisy. The Industry fan was everything I expected. Unfortunately, it was a tad noisy, making an electrical buzzing noise when used with the remote. It was suggested after I had called regarding this to directly wire it to the power to see if the sound is eliminated. I haven't tried this yet. Otherwise, it's the look I'm going for. I also would have like an option in lighting kit besides halogen (annoying and expensive) and that strange new cfl screw-in type. The best option would have been traditional screw in bulb to allow us the choice to use an incandescent or cfl bulb in the old screw-in manner.
Date published: 2012-07-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product! I am very impressed with this product. It is solidly designed, well constructed, and perfectly balanced. The fan produces almost no noise, even at maximum speed. Installation and the associated instructions are well written and easy to follow. One comment for the electronic designers - I received the fan speed wall control with the fan. It has four settings, 0 through 4. Zero is, naturally, off but one is maximum speed and four is the lowest speed. It would be more intuitive to reverse this order. However, the product is excellent and I have no hesitation about recommending it to others.
Date published: 2009-05-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I LOVE this fan! I was attracted to the funky, old barn/machinery look of this fan for a "rustic" yet modern room and it works perfectly! It was easy to install and the wall unit works well. There was a bit of miscommunication about the light kit, and I called the company and they quickly and cheerfully sent the one I wanted. My ONLY complaint is the "Maple" blades look more like composite board [which they are..] rather than actual light maple.. but the fan is rather high up so it doesn't matter too much in this room..
Date published: 2012-07-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Industry ceiling fan is a very nice product. The Industry ceiling fan is a very nice product and looks perfect in my bedroom. Installation is easy and once up, the fan is very quiet and works well. The industrial finish has variation so if you are looking for a uniform finish this isn't the fan for you. I only have two small complaints that keep this from getting 5 stars: 1) the "bulb" part of the fan where the light kit would go (if I had one) is slightly crooked on mine. It doesn't affect performance but does look funny if you catch the right angle and 2) I think this fan is very expensive for what you get. If it were in the $200-250 range, it would be much more reasonable. Aesthetically, I was after a certain look, so I justified the extra cost in my head, but if you aren't after the look, you can find just as good of a product for half the cost.
Date published: 2014-09-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exceeded expectations in form and function We purchased the fan for an outdoor pavilion to match two existing rod iron antique chandeliers with the extension rod to accommodate the ceiling height. The products arrived promptly, and were identical to the images online. The descriptions and ample information online made it easy to order exactly what we wanted and the result is a fixture that looks seamless and beautiful. We couldn't be more pleased, thank you.
Date published: 2011-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Service and Perfect Product Called YLighting with tons of questions about identifying the appropriate Modern Fans fan, and got a fantastic person who not only helped me with the decision but gave me valuable additional guidance. Everything went perfectly smoothly, got the fan in 5 days instead of the 3 weeks I was warned of. Had a professional electrician install as I have 23 ft. ceilings. All went smoothly and I adore the fan.
Date published: 2010-07-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is a great product! Great product and would give it 5 stars, except for 1- it isn't energy star certified, so it didn't qualify for a rebate from the utility (manufacturer says it is the same components as an energy star qualified fan, but isn't registered with EPA) 2- the 'maple' blades aren't wood, and don't really look like maple... more of a beech color. Satisfied, nonetheless.
Date published: 2008-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Modern Fan - Industrial Ceiling Fan This fan has added so much to my loft. I looked everywhere for a fan to fit my industrial aesthetic and this one fit perfectly. I purchased the galvanized steel base with black blades is looks amazing in my Living Room area. Not only is it quiet, but I now finally have some air flow in my home and can cut back on using the A/C.
Date published: 2011-09-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Modern Fans Builds Excellent Products I installed this fan in my loft about 3 years ago and love it. Not only does it look great the quality seems so much better than other manufacturers. It is very quite and well built. I use a 4-way switch to control the fan and dim the light...that's the way to go.
Date published: 2008-06-24
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