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On my New York trip in November 2008 I missed a lots of stuff likes various Hunters(Quiet Breezes II, Innova and more Originals) and Hampton Bays(Industrial, Huntington III and Bridgport II) There were also a Homestead Wind II, Litex Vortex, Fasco Charleston III. My local Canadian Tire used to have a dozen of Banvil Silver Lines 56'' until they renovated in fall 2009.
A restaurant called The Retro in the very old part of Quebec City have 6 of those 36'' polished brass bottom spinners. A Italian restaurant in an old victorian house on the Grade Alle have two of those 42'' polished brass Ge vents. A sliding place(Glissades des Pays D'en Haut) I went to in Febuary 2009 had a couple of Canarms Industrials 56'' without lines in the blades with a black line around the motor in the chalet and two polished brass Banvil 42'' huggers in the cafeteria(cane facing ceiling and messed up brackets). In the gift shop they had this unknown 42'' bottom mount 5 oval end bladed spinner(bare spinner motor) One of the two pulls was cute very short. Just next to that barber shop there a very old dry cleaner, not renovated, everything is so 1970s in it. A little street corner hardware store very close to my house have a late 1970s early 1980s 4 Seasons Industrial 36'' with 4 curved blades.
Theses things are wonderful, they are extremely powerful but runs almost as quiet as wood blade fan.
An IGA grocery store in my area that was renovated around 2005-2006 have 4 Canarms Industrial 36'' in the main part of the store and two 56 inchers in the lobby. In a little town there was this BEAUTIFUL Thai restaurant that had 4 Hampton Bay Antigua 56'' WOW! My local Jean Coutu Pharmacy have 6 ivory 4 Seasons Industrials 56'' from the late 1970s early 1980s.
Entriade Mercier thrift store have 4 Canarms Sirocco 52''(cane facing ceiling) this is where David G works and where I got my Montego last fall. Funny that the Outback you went to had Hunter Originals, I've only seen Emersons in Outback before.
I know your gonna be really mad at me for not having brought my camera but it was sighted in a place really close to my house so I could always go back there when I want, its about 2-3KM from my house. Yesterday I went job hunting and I went to a place that sells stuff for your garden, like fences, stones ,earth, plants, gardening tools and landscaping and all. Now I finally went in and saw them from close and they are not that old, probably late 1980s early 1990s, the blades are HUGE.
I saw 4 of those, two on short downrods on a low dropped ceiling and two other on longer downrods on a high exposed ceiling. I was at Reno-Depot two days ago and I took a few pics of some intresting fans of the new and better looking fans they sell IMO. Fallowing the two pictures I posted at the beginning of December of the two old spinners in an abandoned garage, here are more pictures that shows better the environment where the fans are. Some of you probably remember in late 2008 and early 2009 I posted some pictures about six unknown late 1990s Indian (?) fans at my nearest Rona hardware store.

The unknown commercial fan I posted last December (page 19 of this thread) that the canopy is in the ceiling, well I think I know what it could be. Most of Nadairs were sold at Reno-Depot but I don't remember seeing this model sold there in the 1990's. This fan looks to be a Wing Tat (Or an early 1980's Canarm made by Wing Tat) as they used to use switch cap's that look like that. A few pictures accumulated since late January up to last week all local in various parts of Montreal.
One of theses notorious Square Fan seen in Westmount area in a condo lobby taken through the glass door. A Hampton Bay Minuet II spinning fast taken through a dirty window of a store also in Westmont area.
My local Village des Valeurs thrift store have many Banvil Silver Lines throughout the store. An abandoned ice creme parlor have two of theses late 1990's Canarm black & white fans.
On the 34th street near the Empire State Building there this contemporary Indian Restaurant(Seattle Cafe & Grill) with a bunch of Harbor Breeze Builder Best in black. Its missing some screws to hold the blades to the brackets and the brackets are mounted on the wrong side.
Like its in my neighborhood and its been there for as long as I can remember I often pass in front of it but it was the first time that I actually went IN the building.
Nothing special or high quality at all but its cool to see them installed in a pair like that.
The regular gray door you see next to the graffiti is 2 meters tall to give you an idea so the ceiling is about 5 meters tall. Three orbit fans in a bar in Plateau Mont-Royal borough.They are Hatari 40 cm recent models.
I just thought it could be a Nadair because of the upper canopy which was used on a lot of Nadairs in the 1990's and because they had a commercial fan in the 2000's with a ball and socket canopy too. I remember seeing them when I went ot this same restaurant in 2001 and they were still there in December 2008. By the windows when you pass in front of it you can see those two white 56'' Canarm Pleasantairs with generic bell canopy and wide curved blades.
To my great surprise I found two late 1970s early 1980s 4 Seasons Industrial with 3 curved blades on a low dropped ceiling. Like she know I collect fans she ask me to inspect them and I told her they were in really fine condition and well installed. If you were wondering what a spinner from the early 1980s with a lower canopy, wall controlled, no switch housing with 4 wooden blades would look like in a modern day version the Splendor is your answer! The fans are not installed directly on the ceiling but on a steel beam so the mountings of the fans would be about 4,5 m from the ground.

Yesterday I saw two more of theses in a small convenience store in Villeray?Saint-Michel?Parc-Extension borough of Montreal.
They are built just like a portable fan except that they go on the ceiling and they have a wall control a little bit the same way a ceiling fan do. The rivets on the blades are placed the same way, it got the same slim classic spinner motor shape and the nice wide curved blades. They looks a lot better in this brass four blade version than the white five blade version. Please remember to use your first name and last initial when registering; no handles please.
That is the newer version, with smaller motor, smaller housing, skinnier blades, samller brackets.
One of the pull chains is very short and the other one is a oversize decorative porcelain one.
The height is not that much of a problem, I even found a place very close of the abandoned site that rents 5 m long A-frame ladders for very cheap but try transporting an A-frame ladder this long in a Hyundai Accent without violating road code. With this upper canopy, I think it might be a commercial type of fan that was sold by Nadair in the 1990's.
It made a weird sound when spinning because of the blade tip being wayyyy to close of the wall.
She was like ''oh yeah now we feel some air from this one.'' They are both missing their decorative Oreo light kit pull chains. Its a 48'' 4 wood bladed spinner with lower canopy without switch housing and even better than that its NOT light kit adaptable. In the 2000's they also had a commercial fan with a ball and socket canopy too that was similar to a cheap CMC. Taking pictures in public places can be hard sometimes and of course I do miss a lot of stuff like when there too many peoples or when I forget ot bring my camera with me. In the main room the only source of light are from the light kits of the fans and about 50% of the fans are spinning because they are not all stucked togheter. There is just the one above the table that is pretty wobbly so I put this one on medium, it wobbles less on that speed. At first I thought my Rona store made a special order for them from a small Indian company but this convenience store is located far from my local Rona store and has nothing to do with a Rona.
Everything is hanging on a tall exposed ceiling, no dropped ceilings with fluorecent lights.

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Comments to «Rona ceiling fans sale»

  1. WANTED writes:
    Fairly large hole in the ceiling to thread through.
  2. StatuS writes:
    Remedy to continuous ventilation light kit with.
  3. NightWolf writes:
    Really feel the temperature increasing to a mildly uncomfortable.