Colours Available :
- Concept 2 White 52" - A2500
- Concept 2 Brushed Aluminium 52" - A2502
- Concept 2 White Light Kit - A2510
- Concept 2 Brushed Aluminium Light Kit - A2512
The Concept 2 is a 1320mm (52") ceiling fan, similar to the original Concept with the exception of the conical canopy cover, the screw cover plate and its flatter motor housing, which were all added to modernise it to suit current architectural trends. The blades attach directly to the motor housing eliminating the need for an external blade carrier. The Concept 2 also has an integrated clip-on light system which is available as an accessory. This allows users the flexibility of adding a light to the fan at a later time.
Concept 2 ceiling fans can be installed in a variety of locations both inside the home as well as in outdoor areas provided that the roof is sealed and there is no opportunity for water to encroach on the motor. Both timber and plastic blades are fine for outdoor installations however we do recommend plastic blades over timber blades as they will withstand outdoor conditions better.
The Concept motor housing is made from die cast aluminium thus joining within the material is eliminated. This significantly extends the longevity of the product, as the opportunity for rust and material degradation is almost completely removed.
Concept ceiling fans are available in a range of finishes including white and brushed aluminium.
Concept is a 4 bladed, 1320mm (52") ceiling fan. The blades are made from New Zealand plywood and are placed into sets based on accurate weight measurements removing almost all unwanted movement during fan operation. Blades are painted with finishes that match the motor housing colours and the paint also acts as an additional layer of protection on the wooden blades.
Down rods (26mm)
38 degree ceiling canopy kits
122cm (48") Timber blades.
Concept Lighting Range Information
Please note if timber bladed fans are installed in outdoor locations the blades may need to be replaced more regularly as the blades may warp due to exposure to higher levels of moisture in the air.