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The Diane forward and reverse sweeping oscillating, directional fan head provides maximum, forward and reverse airflow. The Diane can be hung in small, awkward spaces or in front of HVAC ducts to make more efficient the heating, ventilation or air conditioning of any space.
- Constructed of Cast Aluminum, Polycarbonate, and Heavy Stamped Steel
- Proudly Assembled with U.S. Labor
- Hand-Balanced Metal Fan Heads with Decorative Metal Blade Guards
- Includes 3-Speed Hand-Held and Wall-Mountable Remote Control
- Remote Control Operated Both Blades and Oscillation Function
- Vaulted Ceiling Canopy for Up to 29 Degrees
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Not Recommended for Salt Water/Ocean Front Application
- Height: 12"
- Width: 13" (measured from furthest point left to furthest point right on fixture)
- Product Weight: 12 lbs
- Blade Span: 13"
- Amperage: 2
- Blade Pitch: 19°
- Blades Included: Yes
- CFM (High): 2120.07 (cubic feet per minute)
- Fan Blade Material: Wood
- Motor: AC Induction
- Number of Blades: 3
- Reversible Blades: No
- Voltage: 110v
- AT-5DR - 5" Extended Length Downrod
- AT-20DR - 20" Extended Length Downrod
- AT-30DR - 30" Extended Length Downrod
- AT-48DR - 48" Extended Length Downrod
- AT-72DR - 72" Extended Length Downrod
Additional Matthews Fan Company Links
- View the Manufacturer Warranty
- Browse All Matthews Fan Company Products
- Matthews Fan Company Diane Collection
This Matthews Fan Company item can also be referenced by the following color/finish specific model #:
- Matthews Fan Company DI-BN-MTL
- Matthews Fan Company DI-CR-MTL
- Matthews Fan Company DI-TB-MTL
*Discontinued model or finish
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