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Airflow - Cubic Feet Per Minute: 5671. Electricity Use - Watts (excluding lights): 58. Airflow Efficiency - Cubic Feet Per Minute Per Watt: 97. Compare: 49
  • Available in Brushed Nickel finish with reversible composite cherry/mahogany blades
  • Fan can be assembled in 2-,3- or 4-blade configuration with ease
  • Includes opal frosted glass light kit and cap for use with no light
  • Two 18-watt low profile CFL bulbs included
  • Fan rated for dry locations only
  • 52" blade sweep
  • 14 degree blade pitch
  • Ceiling Slope to 30 degrees
  • Downrod included - 1" diameter by 6" length, longer lengths available
  • Three forward and three reverse speeds
  • Reversing switch located on fan housing
  • CRL8TS touch screen hand-held remote control included
  • If a wall control is desired, CWRL4WH/LA may be used, however you must install the wall control's receiver unit and discontinue use of the CRL8TS touch screen remote. A CRL4WH/LA remote can be used with the CWRL4WH/LA wall control's receiver unit.
  • UL Listed
The Multimax by Fanimation could also be referred to as M³ for modern, multifaceted and marvelous. The Multimax is yet another Fanimation creation that utilizes cutting edge fan technology to create a product that is both artistic and functional. What sets the Multimax apart from ordinary ceiling fans are the six lighting and blade configurations that this fan has to offer. The Multimax can easily be assembled in a 2-, 3- or 4- blade configuration and includes an opal frosted glass light kit with energy efficient CFL bulbs. The Multimax is available in brushed nickel finish with reversible cherry/walnut blades, operates on three forward and reverse speeds and accommodates a ceiling slope up to 30 degrees. The Multimax truly is maximum multiplicity.