electric fan


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Synonyms for electric fan

a fan run by an electric motor

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Crisfo Diaz of the Bureau of Fire Protection yesterday said the fire was caused by a defective electric fan.
Previously, an electric fan by the same company (model ERF-819) was also recalled because the fan blade was accessible and posed a danger to users when the device is operating.
The PEFMA members also suggested measures that the government should take to help the Electric Fan industry with special emphasis on facilitative role of the TDAP with other regulatory authorities.
That's where the Stanley Portable 2kW Electric Fan Heater (PS49.
With a sturdy metal stand and handles, it's easy to move around, and the output is fully adjustable, so you can gently dry the plaster to minimise the That's where the Stanley Portable 2kW Electric Fan Heater (PS49.
These rapidly-deployable shelters are shipped in polyethylene, airtight, water and rot-proof sacks in wooden crates and unfold by means of an electric fan that inflates the plastic inner shell - lifting the structure until it is self-supporting.
These include Kleenex Balsam pocket tissues, eye mask, eye drops, electric fan, Kleenex Balsam Soothing Nose and Lip Balm and a lavender roll point.
He said a colleague heard a scream and the power went off, apparently as Mr Kuzhandaivel hanged himself from the electric fan.
The year Dr Schuyler Wheeler came up with the first desktop electric fan
Electric fan models, bottled gas ones and several paraffin types were tested, and it was clear that each has its own pros and cons, according to the report, which appears in the November issue of the magazine.
The frets of my father's electric fan, so efficient as to tear its air
The respirator is equipped with the Breath-Synchronized Air Flow System, a small electric fan, to protect workers from asbestos dust while ensuring improved safety and workability.
I'm told the demanding singer had a man with an electric fan on stand-by to keep her cool during her lavish 35th birthday bash at London's Tantra Club last weekend.
Some of the stories mentioned such home remedies as ice, Epsom salt baths, topically applied yogurt, and sleeping with the affected area exposed to air from an electric fan.