Matthews B2K-BZ-WD, Brisa 2000 Bronze 40" Ceiling Fan with Wall Control

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Blade Thumb
 Style Shot 
B2K-BZ-WD in use, small
 Dimensions 
Dimensions of the B2K-BZ-WD, small
 Control 
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  • 40" Blade Span
  • UL Indoor listed
  • 27" Height, Top to Bottom
  • Standard Mount
SKU: B2K-BZ-WD
MSRP: $2,736.00
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Expert Review

4.5

(overall)

Reviewed by Del Mar

4.5

Motor

5.0

Design

4.5

Airflow

4.0

Efficiency

Fan Dimensions
A
40.00"
B
12.00"
C
5.50"
D
20.00"
E
7.00"
F
N/A
Energy Information at High Speed
Product Airflow
3087
Cubic Feet Per Minute
Electricity Use
109
Watts (excluding lights)
AirFlow Efficiency
28
Cubic Feet Per Minute Per Watt
Axis does not rotate on lower speeds. This fan can use a 5" downrod.
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    Rating
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Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Approved for Indoor Locations Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Approved for Indoor Locations
    Blade Span
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    Blade Pitch
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30° Blade Pitch
    Fan Blades
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Includes Three Select Mahogany Blades
    Optional Blades
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No other blades are available for this fan
    Motor/RPM
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1/10 HP 4"x4" McMillan Motor Motor, RPM Not Available
    Warranty
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Limited Lifetime Warranty
    Included Mount
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Standard downrod mount with angled capability (How steep is my ceiling?)
    Mounting Hardware
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All necessary mounting hardware included
    Optional Mounting
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    Room Size
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    Weight
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36LB
    Downrod
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Includes 20" (1/2" Interior Diameter) Pole
    Optional Downrods
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Shown Control
Control Image
    Included Control
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SFS5E - Variable Speed Wall Control
    Optional Controls
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No other controls are available for this fan
Matthews B2K-BZ-WD, Brisa 2000 Bronze 40" Ceiling Fan with Wall Control
  • 40" Blade Span
  • Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Approved for Indoor Locations
  • Wall Control Included
  • 27" Height, Top to Bottom
  • Standard Mount
  • No Light Included
Like satellites orbiting a planet, the Brisa's select mahogany blades and lunar counterweight gently orbit about its spherical gear housing. The motor head can be infinitely positioned in a 180-degree arc for optimum air movement; the greater the angle of the motor to the horizontal support rods (up or down), the faster the axial rotation. A slow, controlled axial rotation is achieved by both motor head position and ceiling fan blade speed.