Matthews B2K-CR-WD, Brisa 2000 Chrome 40" Ceiling Fan with Wall Control

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 Style Shot 
B2K-CR-WD in use, small
 Dimensions 
Dimensions of the B2K-CR-WD, small
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  • 40" Blade Span
  • UL Indoor listed
  • 27" Height, Top to Bottom
  • Standard Mount
SKU: B2K-CR-WD
MSRP: $2,628.00
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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"
B
12"
C
6"
D
20"
E
7"
F
N/A
Axis does not rotate on lower speeds. This fan can use a 5" downrod.
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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
    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 10" (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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Matthews B2K-CR-WD, Brisa 2000 Chrome 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.