Efficient, economical, space-saving
On principle a tower fan is tall and lean. The slim contours are like the distinguishing feature to immediately tell it apart from fans with blades that take up more space. Elegantly and inconspicuously it integrates into your living environment like no other cooling solution can. The base is positioned on the floor, causing mostly the lower layers of room air to be whirled around. As such it is particularly well suited for use in office spaces and bedrooms.
The tower fan can be placed discreetly in a corner and repositioned without much effort when cool air is required at another location. Convenient tower fan models even have an integrated handle just for transport purposes.
During operation the oscillation function can be switched on in addition. Which means that: Either the entire device rotates at a defined angle around its base or the internal fin construction moves to and fro. The latter version is considered to be less susceptible to faults. Another advantage of the internal oscillation option is the resulting low-key look. A naturally alternating air flow is generated without the movement of the fins being visible.
The inexpensive cooling solution
The air current produced by a tower fan covers almost its entire height. With this extensive effective area and the special fin construction the tower fan operates with an extremely high efficiency even at a relatively low wattage. On average the tower fan comes with 45 watts of power. This corresponds to the performance level of the TVE 30 T from Trotec. A relatively small energy demand reflected in the low operating costs of the tower fan.
On the inside of the tower fan the air current is generated by the movement of a fin construction around a rotation axis. This construction does not take up a lot of space and therefore fits into a neat and slim design. Despite its compactness the tower fan has several stages that achieve efficient cooling.