aarthivg
aarthivg
Branch Unspecified
05 Mar 2012

direction of rotating of blades in the fan

Why there is a difference in the rotation of blades in ceiling fan and table fan
05 Mar 2012
aarthivg
Why there is a difference in the rotation of blades in ceiling fan and table fan
Ceiling fan

In summer, the fan's direction of rotation should be set so that air is blown downward (Usually counter-clockwise from beneath). The blades should lead with the upturned side as they spin.
but the motor rotates in clockwise direction.
05 Mar 2012
aarthivg
Why there is a difference in the rotation of blades in ceiling fan and table fan
Table fan

The fan's direction of rotation is Clockwise and the air is blown towards front,

here too the motor rotates in clockwise direction.
aarthivg

aarthivg

Branch Unspecified
06 Mar 2012
rkvasan68
Table fan

The fan's direction of rotation is Clockwise and the air is blown towards front,

here toothe motor rotates in clockwise direction.
@rkvasan 68
From your post , I understood that the direction of rotation of the blades between ceiling and table fan changes for the direction of flow of air. Is it right?

And you have stated that motor runs in the same direction, But how come the direction of blades are different. Can you explain me in detail please.
pknaveen17

pknaveen17

Branch Unspecified
10 Mar 2012
Since in ceiling fan the rotating part is stator (Body, the part without armature winding), but in the table fan the rotating part is rotor (the part with armature winding), so both fan's rotating direction is opposite.​
zaveri

zaveri

Branch Unspecified
15 Mar 2012
just look at a ceiling fan which has been installed on a wall(probably in cinema theatres) and you will see that the direction of rotation of its blades are similar to that of a table fan
aarthivg

aarthivg

Branch Unspecified
15 Mar 2012
zaveri
just look at a ceiling fan which has been installed on a wall(probably in cinema theatres) and you will see that the direction of rotation of its blades are similar to that of a table fan
zaveri
Do you mean to say both are in same direction?
pknaveen17

pknaveen17

Branch Unspecified
15 Mar 2012
zaveri
just look at a ceiling fan which has been installed on a wall(probably in cinema theatres) and you will see that the direction of rotation of its blades are similar to that of a table fan
The fan mounted on wall will not be called ceiling fan. Only the fan which mounted on ceiling is called ceiling fan.
aarthivg

aarthivg

Branch Unspecified
15 Mar 2012
pknaveen17
The fan mounted on wall will not be called ceiling fan. Only the fan which mounted on ceiling is called ceiling fan.
pknaveen17
Got your point. Thanks😀

Share this content on your social channels -

Only logged in users can reply.