XPOWER’s FM-48 misting fan is a portable cooling solution that creates a comfortable outdoor environment during hot spring and summer days. Setup is quick and easy – simply plug in and connect to a standard garden hose to reduce ambient temperature up to 25 degrees. A high performance sealed motor generates up to 600 CFM airflow. Four nozzles distribute a fine mist over a wide area that will cool down outdoor patios, pool areas, picnics, sporting events and other outdoor activities. Set up the misting fan in gardens and greenhouses to keep plants healthy in hard weather. Use the multipurpose FM-48 without the misting feature as a year-round drying and ventilation utility fan.
- A portable cooling solution that creates a comfortable outdoor environment
- Dual-purpose fan for both circulation and cooling via mist
- Reduce ambient temperature up to 25 degrees
- 3 adjustable speeds with 135° rotational positions
- 7 ft. power cord with wrap-around cord design
- Low 1.2 Amps draw with 600 CFM maximum airflow capacity
- Features a sealed motor to protect it from contaminants and water damage
- Lightweight, compact and durable polypropylene (PP) plastic housing design
- ETL/CETL safety certified
Air Chaser’s Simple Troubleshoot Tips for all Misting Fans:
Unit Is Not Turning On:
If your misting unit is not running, check the power cord and make sure it’s connected to the proper power supply. XPOWER’s misting fans feature a GFCI safety plug which will automatically cuts off the power to prevent electric shock. Firmly press the reset button on the GFCI safety plug to restart the power.
Misting Droplets Are Too Heavy:
The misting spray emitted by the nozzles should be even. With our FM-48 Misting Fan, you can change the size of the droplets with 3 different nozzles attachments from fine to superfine 0.3mm, offered by Airchaser.com as an add-on item to our customers. If that still does not fix your problem, we suggest cleaning the nozzles. Every so often, the problem is caused by calcification and mineral buildup from hard water. You can easily fix this problem by first disconnecting the power supply, removing the nozzles, and soaking them in vinegar. Then, rinse the nozzles with water and reconnect them.
Unit Leaking Water:
First, we need to locate the leak. We should check all the fittings and hoses then replace the part causing the leak. Most of the time, the leakage is caused by the water supply hose connector to the unit’s hose connector. Make sure everything is in the correct sizing and is tightened properly. If the connection is not tightened properly, check if the rubber seal is missing.