MEDIA RELEASE 07 October 2010
Hunter Pacific ceiling fans keep things cool on Hamilton Island
Leading Australian ceiling fan manufacturer and designer Hunter Pacific has
recently installed its fans in a number of resorts on Queensland's Hamilton
Island. The company also has many other clients throughout tropical Australia
In tropical climates, fans are often installed on the balconies of hotels and
resorts and in outdoor dining areas. However, this is not purely for aesthetic
purposes as can be seen in a growing trend in resorts.
There are several resorts on Hamilton Island including the Reef View Hotel,
Qualia resort and the Yacht Club villas that utilise ceiling fans not only as an
addition to the décor, increasing the 'resort look and feel' and resulting ocean
breeze, but for many more practical reasons.
In heavy traffic flow areas such as hotel reception and lobby areas, there needs
to be constant airflow to reduce the effect of overheating in a typically
crowded space. Ceiling mounted fans can provide this cool breeze to a large area
and take up minimal floor space as opposed to other cooling devices. Not to
mention the calming and soothing effects of a slow running fan.
The Hunter Pacific Typhoon 316 in stainless steel and the Concept 1 & 2 models
run 24 hours a day in the Hamilton Island Yacht Club villas, acting as mosquito
deterrent and providing a cooling breeze throughout the day and night.
Hunter Pacific fans are also featured in the ECQ Bar (Quay Grand Suites in
Circular Quay) where a row of seven Hunter Pacific Sycamore fans provide a
dramatic ceiling feature.
The Hunter Pacific Magnum model fan adds to an Asian style tropical theme in the
Mirvac Resort (Sea Temple, Port Douglas). Plus, Hunter Pacific fans are featured
in resorts throughout the Pacific region like the Sheraton Fiji Resort on
Denarau Island and the Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa.
Hunter Pacific International is a leading Australian-owned designer and
worldwide distributor of ceiling and exhaust fans and accessories in both
residential and commercial environments.
For more information on Hunter Pacific and its products, visit
www.hunterpacific.com.au or call
(02) 9658 1958.
Released for Hunter Pacific International by Dennis Rutzou Public Relations (www.drpr.com.au)
For further information please call Nicola Rutzou or Gill Asbury on (02) 9413