From the paint finish to the bearings in the motor, the exquisite craftmanship of a Breeze fan extends
deep beneath its finish. Discerning consumers know that quality construction and meticulous attention
to detail create a superior product, which ultimately yields superior performance and lasting durability.
To see the process behind Breeze reputation for quality and reliability, join us on a "behind the scenes"
tour of the various phases of development.
Phase :1 [Raw Materials]
There are no less than 70 different components from ball bearings to packing used in manufacturing
of a fan; these items are carefully selected and tested for a specific purpose. Materials were chosen
for quality, durability, and beauty. Use of virgin materials (not remelted scrap) creates detailed
die-cast housings, blade holders, and other components of structural integrity and inherent beauty.
Diamond 2K High Gloss Enamel stove paint and Lustrous Lacquer coating adds to the overall elegance
of the product.
Turning Section 2
Turning Section 2.1
Assembling Component 3.1
Assembling Component 3.2
Assembling Component 3.3
Phase: 2 [Body Turning Section]
There are 5 different steps in the turning and sizing of body. Fan Body Housing and Rotatory accuracy is
required here is in microns. Therefore our machine shop is equipped with imported Automatic turner and
capstan -Lathe Machines.
Outer Side Bottom
Outer Side Top
Inner Side Bottom
Inner Side Top
Phase: 3 [Stator Winding Section]
Fan core is winded in this section using copper wire on modern automatic winding machine.
Phase: 4 [Assembly Motor Section]
After coming through phase 2 and 3 main motor is assembled.
Phase: 5 [Assembly Blade Section]
Fan Blades are assembled with shanks and angled in this section.
Phase: 6 [Paint Section]
In this section Assembled fan body and blade are painted.
Phase: 7 [Testing & Inspection]
Before being packed for shipping, every component of Breeze fan is inspected carefully. Every detail
is given meticulous attention under strict quality control standards and the final product is inspected
to ensure proper form, fit, and function.