In the year 2017, Taehwa Enterprises introduced a new brand in the ceiling fan and ventilation fan industry- WHIFA.
Whifa introduces Brush Less Direct Current (BLDC) Motors in Ventilation Fans, for the very first time in India. The ceiling fans come equipped with Brush Less Direct Current (BLDC) motor technology, because of which, the consumption of power reduces to almost half of normal ceiling and ventilation fans.
After making an impressive mark in South Korea, WHIFA has been successfully spreading its wings in India in a short span of just one year. It is notable that the brand is expanding very fast and firmly in India as well, like its success with great customer response in South Korea. The company’s vision is to provide such quality products and services that had yet been envisaged for the consumers. We ensured we launch WHIFA after due diligent research and that’s why, we took feedback and ideas from various people for a long time, understood and crafted the product for market launch. This has helped us to ensure that we understand our customers needs and expectations clearly.
WHIFA understands how important it is to stay updated with the current technology and that’s why, we have ensured to use the most innovative technology in our product. In today’s time, not only India but the whole world is facing the grave issue of global warming. This day and age, with the problem of global warming, hovering on our heads, we all need to aim our actions towards reducing this. One great way to contribute towards lessening global warming is the use of Eco-friendly products.
The technology used in Whifa effectively reduces the energy consumption more than half, and hence, can be tagged as an eco-friendly product, contributing good towards the environment. We use BLDC processes to make motors for our products, which is by far world’s most energy-saving technology.
WHIFA super-efficient fans, available in the market today, use a different type of electronic motor, also known as Brushless DC (BLDC) motor. This latest technology with efficient blade designs makes the ceiling fans far more efficient, where the fans consume only consume 30-35 watts of electricity, which is 50% less than the old regular fans. Some of such ceiling fans have air delivery of 220-230 m3/min, which makes them closely similar in performance as compared to regular ceiling fans, with better air circulation and lower noise.
We are glad to take it- On the face of it, one might take the price of super-efficient Whifa fans as too high, but when you look at the rising electricity costs, this would make more sense.
Whifa fans are the best replacement for the old-technology, high usage fans, and one can have more than just one reason to choose Whifa. The specifications of these fans are nothing short of great. And with good response from the market, one can trust its credibility of providing air with continuously decreasing electricity costs.