Exhale Lexicon

Typhoon fins

Removable fins on your Exhale fan which allow an increase in ventilation from 25-40% with a slight increase in db (+3db on average)

Typhoon fins exhale fans

Decibels (Db)

Volume of sound measure index. The higher the decibels the more the sound is noticeable


Breaking up of the warm and cold temperature strats in a room (warm near the ceiling, cool near the floor). Due to the circulation of air in the room, the Exhale fan breaks up the temperature layers in a room resulting in an even temperature throughout.

Exhale fans circulation of air

Donut effect

Contrary to the Exhale, a traditional ceiling fan ventilates the air in a column of air below it. This is called a DONUT effect as the air is only felt just below the blades and nowhere else (like a donut).

Vortex effect

The effect of air drawn up, typhoon movement

exhale fans vortex effect

Exhale efficiency

Destratifies, ventilates the whole room, eliminates moisture and odours, improves the efficiency of air-conditioning and heating appliances, reduces the differences of temperature in the room from floor to ceiling.


Measure of intensity of the light.


LED bulbs give off bright light with low energy consumption, they are also long-lasting.

(With) blades

Blades are used to create a ventilation (as with traditional ceiling fans).

(Without) blades

No blades are used to create a ventilation (as with the Exhale fan)

Ventilation throughout the room

Contrary to traditional ceiling fans, Exhale draws in air from below and distributes it evenly around the room.

The larger the quantity of air displaced by your fan, the better the result. Thanks to its unique principle, an Exhale circulates 2973 litres of air per minute (2.97 cubic metres per minute).

Watts (electricity consumption)

Quantity of energy used by a fan or a LED in order to function. The lower it is the less impact it has on your electricity bill. With a maximum consumption of 50 watts per hour at maximum power (intensity 6), your Exhale fan is both ecological and economical. At each lower level of intensity, the energy consumption is halved.

  • Level 1: 4 Watts, 120 rpm, 33-35* dB
  • Level 2: 6 Watts, 158 rpm, 35-37* dB
  • Level 3: 9 Watts, 198 rpm, 36-38* dB
  • Level 4: 16 Watts, 236 rpm, 37-38* dB
  • Level 5: 36 Watts, 274 rpm, 38-41* dB
  • Level 6: 50 Watts, 312 rpm, 40-45* dB