Torsion | 52″

Base Price: $385

How to buy

Torsion | 52″:

  • 172mm x 20mm AC motor with reverse switch on fan body
  • Die cast aluminum and stamped steel construction
  • 52” span, plywood blades (also available in 62″ span)
  • Includes 6” and 17” down rods; longer options also available
  • Optional LED light (#271): 17W, 90 CRI, 3000K, 1530 lumens (dimmable) behind opal glass diffuser; adds 1.5” to length of fan; CA Title 24 (JA8) compliant
  • Optional LED light (#272): 20W, 90 CRI, 3000K, 1800 lumens (dimmable) behind opal glass diffuser; adds 1” to length of fan; CA Title 24 (JA8) compliant
  • Slope compatible up to 33°; adapter available for slopes up to 45°
  • Designed by Dave Ellis
  • ETL listed for dry and damp locations
  • Weight: 15 lbs (6.8 kgs)



Torsion | 52″:

High Speed Performance Data:
Based on DOE standardized test method (installed with 6″ down rod).

RPM:  225
CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute):  5,103
Watts (fan only):  72.30
CFM/Watt:  71

Energy Guide Data:
Representing weighted averages of high speed and low speed performance based on DOE/FTC standardized reporting criteria.  Assumes typical use (excluding light).

Average Energy Use:  44 Watts
Average Airflow:  3,425 CFM
Yearly Energy Cost:  $12.00
Average Efficiency:  78 CFM/Watt

More about Performance and Efficiency:

Ceiling fan manufacturers are required by federal law to publish an EnergyGuide label for all models in a standardized format, including watts used, cubic feet of air moved per minute (CFM), a resulting CFM per watt efficiency value and an estimated annual cost to use the product. These values are “weighted averages” of high and low speed performance and are intended to represent typical use. They are based on results from a standardized test gathered in a controlled environment and are furnished to help consumers and specifiers compare products. Because the standardized test method and the EnergyGuide format has changed over the years (with significant impacts on resulting data), be sure to only compare information which has been published based on current test methods and EnergyGuide label format. Many websites continue to provide “high speed” performance data instead of the more current “weighted averages”, making for large discrepancies. Please contact our customer support team with questions about performance data.

It is also important to recognize that in a real world installation, there are a number of variables that can affect air movement patterns and volume, including ceiling height, down rod length, room size/layout, furnishings and airflow direction. It can be challenging to rely on the reported EnergyGuide information alone to determine how the airflow might feel in a given application. Nevertheless, our EnergyGuide data shows that all Modern Fan products perform at the upper range of fans on the market.

Furthermore, while DC motor fans are reaching new levels of efficiency, it’s important to remember that all ceiling fans (AC or DC motors) are inherently efficient and use very little electricity to begin with, especially when used to offset or reduce use of air conditioning.