An engineer at Hunter actually developed the CFM regulatory test several years ago, and it was later adopted by ENERGY STAR®, the EPA-backed program which certifies energy efficient products. The CFM test has evolved over the years, but the basic test that Hunter developed is still at its core. The CFM test calculates the cubic feet per minute (CFM), or how much air a ceiling fan moves. It measures the volume of air and the rate at which the air moves while the fan runs on all speeds. (Hint: You can find our fans’ airflow information on the Energy Guides on the packaging and website page for each ceiling fan.) The CFM test is a big one for our SureSpeed™ guaranteed fans: Hunter ceiling fans featuring our SureSpeed guarantee are designed, engineered, and tested to perform at a high velocity for high-speed, superior air circulation.
Blade Iron Shake Test
Accelerated Life Test
Hunter engineers work hard to go above and beyond industry standard testing, so when you hang a Hunter ceiling fan in your home you can be comfortable knowing it is safe and secure.