To make fans work quietly, manufacturers use slow-running motors to spin the blades. This reduces noise but also reduces power, producing weak airflow. To make powerful fans, they use fast motors to spin the blades.
But fast motors create more noise. Powerful and quiet is very difficult to achieve in a conventional fan. The new AM06 desk fan has been engineered to be quieter, and use a brushless DC motor that consumes 30% less energy than AM01 – yet generate powerful airflow.
Streamlined air channels for reduced airflow turbulence make AM06 75% quieter than AM01. A Helmholtz cavity captures and dissipates audible motor noise.
A brushless DC motor has been engineered to create powerful airflow using less energy than AM01 in this desk fan. An aerodynamic diffuser separates airflow into controlled paths, creating a more efficient journey to the loop.
In this desk fan, air is accelerated through an annular aperture, drawing in surrounding air to project smooth, powerful, high-velocity airflow. No blades. No choppy air.
No fast spinning blades or awkward grilles.
Fan can be programmed to turn off after preset intervals ranging from 15 minutes to 9 hours.
Airflow can be diverted around a room – an independent motor drives smooth oscillation. Fan pivots on its own center of gravity, staying put without clamping.
Ten precise airflow settings. Curved and magnetized to store neatly on the machine.