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    Does anyone know of a #%* fan that is actually quiet that moves much air? Thanks!

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    I put industrial outdoor ceiling fans in my stalls. Quiet, powerful, adjustable and minimal fire hazard. Best thing I ever did. Love them.

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    • #3
      i bought 18" durafans for my stalls and they move lots of air and i consider them pretty quiet. nothing is silent.

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      • #4
        I have fans from Ram that mount to the wall, are fairly quiet and you can adjust the angle. Much better and safer than the box fans I used to have.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by EmilyM View Post
          i bought 18" durafans for my stalls and they move lots of air and i consider them pretty quiet. nothing is silent.
          I also have an 18” Durafan on the stall front. It’s quieter than a box fan of the same size, moves far more air, and most importantly, is safe for agricultural use because it has a sealed motor.
          "I'm not always sarcastic. Sometimes I'm asleep." - Harry Dresden

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          • #6
            I have Ramm basket fans in my stalls and a Ramm ceiling fan in my aisle. All are sealed motor fans, are quiet, and move tons of air.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Renn/aissance View Post

              I also have an 18” Durafan on the stall front. It’s quieter than a box fan of the same size, moves far more air, and most importantly, is safe for agricultural use because it has a sealed motor.
              Ditto but I have the 14" Durafan. Depending on where you plan to use the fan, you could consider a MacroAir fan. This would require a very high ceiling. We have a MacroAir in one of our university buildings. It moves a LOT of air, and you can barely hear it. They are really expensive.

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                Thank you to everyone who replied!!!! I am going shopping!!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Renn/aissance View Post

                  I also have an 18” Durafan on the stall front. It’s quieter than a box fan of the same size, moves far more air, and most importantly, is safe for agricultural use because it has a sealed motor.
                  I also use Durafans

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