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|Blades Sold Separately||No|
|Bulb Base||Candelabra (E12)|
|CFM (High)||1200, 2600, 4600|
|Fan Control Type||Pull Chain|
|Light Direction||Down Lighting|
|Light Kit Included||Yes|
|Number of Blades||5|
|Number of Bulbs||3|
|Suggested Room Fit||Bedroom, Dining Room, Kitchen, Living Room, Office|
|Watts Per Bulb||62|
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Hunter Beacon Hill Ceiling Fan
- 42" blade span
- WhisperWind Motor
- Installer's Choice Three-Position Mounting System
- 180-watt three-light fixture
- Uses three 60w candelabra bulbs (included)
- Can be installed without light fixture
- 13 degree blade pitch
- White finish with five reversible White / Light Oak blades
- Limited lifetime warranty
Please note: The model number has now changed to 53081
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Our SKU: 20436
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11 Questions from the Community
what is the weight?
Whisperwind motor the most quiet for ceiling fan? Explain degree of blade pitch? More efficient if pitch is higher or lower?
A. The Hunter 20436 has a 13 degree blade pitch. The blade pitch affect the amount of air moved. It is supposed to be set around a 14 degree angle. Blades that are set at a 10 degree angle will slice the air, while blades at a 20 degree angle will meet so much resistance that the motor may burn out. The Whisper WInd motor, delivers powerful air movement without a lot of noise.
Can this fan be installed flush mount?
from ceiling to the bottom of the light is 18". correct?
Do you have to use the light kit and if not what do you put there?
Can you buy/use a remote control for this fan?
which downrods do I use, single or double thread?
Is this fan reversible? If so, which control do you recommend?
A. The Hunter 20436 is reversible but the direction of the blades can only be controlled on the body of the fan itself. The Beacon Hill fan is compatible with the 27186 wall control or the 27185 remote control. Either one will work but it will depend on what type of control you are looking to order.
What kind of bulbs does this light use?
Are there separate pull chains for the fan and the light?
Can I use a wall control rather than pull chain with this fan?