Precision 316 Stainless Steel Ceiling Fan

The Martec Precision 316 stainless steel ceiling fan is made entirely from marine grade stainless steel, making it able to withstand harsh environments, such as high chloride (salt) air, which is typically found near the ocean.
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  • 3 year In home warranty
  • 316 marine grade stainless steel
  • Fully reversible for summer & winter
  • Fast fix blade attachment system
  • 3 speed wall control with light switch included
Rotational Diameter
Available in 48" - 1200mm | 52" - 1300mm | 56" - 1400mm
Blade Material
316 marine grade stainless steel
Blade Pitch
Motor Wattage
Motor Type
AC Motor
Controller Type
3 speed wall control with light switch
Summer / Winter Reverse
Installation Location
Indoor and under covered outdoor areas
1 Speed | 2 Speed | 3 Speed
48" - 0.356 | 0.249 | 0.166 /// 52" - 0.301 | 0.228 | 0.16 /// 56" - 0.356 | 0.289 | 0.198
48" - 74.2W | 35.1W | 15.3W /// 52" - 70.2W | 35.5W | 17W /// 56" - 81.5W | 50W | 22.6W
Warranty Period

3 year In home warranty

Warranty Application Form

The below documents are required to apply for a warranty claim for your Martec product. These documents can be submitted at the end of the below form.

1. A copy of the Installation Receipt OR Tax Invoice OR Certificate of Compliance for the installation of the Martec product from the installing electrician.

2. Copy of the Purchase Receipt/Tax Invoice

3. The below form completed in full with as much detail as possible. Please also include pictures of the products if possible.

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    • I hereby acknowledge that I have read and understand the Martec Pty Ltd Warranty Statement and the conditions regarding the warranty service and it's limitations.

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    The Flickr is often, but not always, intermittent depending on when the ripple control signals are being transmitted. It is normally at certain times i.e. 6 pm and then again at 8:30 pm and will only last for 30 seconds to 2 minutes, and when the power company stops sending the signal the flicker stops.

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