Westinghouse Lighting Westinghouse 7812700 Jax, Modern Industrial Style Ceiling Fan and Wall Control, 56 Inch, White Finish

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Indoor 56 inch ceiling fan, down rod only installation ideal for great rooms up to 400 square feet

White ceiling fan with three white steel blades

Westinghouse ceiling fans feature a high-quality motor, deliver powerful air movement and quiet performance, wall control ceiling fan offers easy operation of 5 speed on/off fan control

Fan Performance on High Speed Airflow: 4833 CFM, Energy Usage: 56 W without lights, Airflow Efficiency: 87 CFM/W

15 year limited motor warranty and two-year warranty on all other parts

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Westinghouse Lighting 7812700 Industrial 56-Inch Three-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan, White with White Steel Blades

The Industrial 56-inch ceiling fan is durably constructed for industrial, commercial and residential applications. Modern, mechanical appeal, the Industrial fan needs minimal assembly and includes a five-speed wall control unit and a clean white finish. Meant for cooling larger work and living spaces, such as workshops, lofts and high ceiling great rooms, the Industrial ceiling fan must be hung at least 10 feet above the floor.

Simple, yet understated, the design and performance of the Industrial ceiling fan make it popular for many locations.

  • White steel blades
  • Versatile white finish



Part Number


Item Weight

‎17.01 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎26 x 8.8 x 9 inches

Country of Origin


Item model number

‎Westinghouse 7812700

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer



‎56 Inch








‎Alloy Steel





Power Source

‎Corded Electric




‎60 watts

Item Package Quantity


Air Flow Capacity

‎4833 Cubic Feet Per Minute

Cutting Diameter

‎56 Inches

Mounting Type

‎Standard Or Angled Mount

Special Features



‎General Purpose

Included Components


Batteries Included?


Batteries Required?


Warranty Description

‎15-year limited.

Assembled Diameter

‎56 Inches





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#31,221 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)#62 in Ceiling Fans

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Date First Available

September 14, 2004

8 reviews for Westinghouse Lighting Westinghouse 7812700 Jax, Modern Industrial Style Ceiling Fan and Wall Control, 56 Inch, White Finish

  1. Erin Kipp

    I was looking for something that was a good price, but not cheaply made and this fan checked all those boxes. It’s on our back patio and has done well. The control box it comes with is horrible and totally unnecessary, but other than that I have no complaints. Of note, we did have to shorten the shaft that attaches to the ceiling so the fan didn’t hang so low.

  2. Bishoy

    I bought 2 of this fans for my business and they were easy to install and they workers great they helped my A/C a lot and they save me power because my A/C don’t have to run all the day to keep the store cool I highly recommend them

  3. Sugar+Rosie

    After a month of 24/7 use, I now have some experience. By far the best ceiling fan at any price. At $55, it moves more air and looks more contemporary & sleeker than any $500 designer fan. Same fan as the brushed nickel model so read those reviews as well. Set to the lowest speed, it moves as much air as some residential fans move at their highest speed.I have it mounted above my bed. On the highest speed, it moves so much air it blows the Sunday paper apart & off the bed. Standard installation will lower the fan blades almost 2 ft so if you have 8ft ceilings, it’s too dangerous for residential installation. The blades are metal, move at an incredible speed & could probably slice a tomato. You do not want them clipping your hand. BUT … the down rod can easily be cut in half (with only modification being to drill a new cross mounting hole in the rod, keeping the blades safely above 7ft. Have never had to sleep with the fan set to “high” but the dogs love sleeping under it on hot days and I find that it takes minutes to cool down the room before bed if I turn on the A/C + the fan on high for a few minutes, then back to second lowest speed when I crawl into bed. Saves running the A/C in there all day.To address, other writers’ criticisms:- the motor itself is whisper quiet. Quieter than many other brands. But it is impossible to move that much air without hearing the sound of rushing air. Set on “high” there almost a slight “helicopter chop” sound but that’s not the motor, that’s the metal blades slicing thru the air. But remember, for me, the blades are only 4 feet above the bed. Mounted from a 14 ft ceiling, you might not hear it at all. To me it’s “white noise” that drowns out other sounds (but not the TV) but again, I have never had to set it higher than “medium” to stay cool at night. Your choice: strong quiet motor that blows a lot of air that creates some wind noise set on the highest when you really need it, or suffer thru a hot night when you are dying for a breeze.- Lot of criticism of the old fashion looking surface mount box switch. So much so that I ordered a slide dimmer at the same time. But at time of installation, I read NOT to use an electronic dimmer (why, I don’t know). And know from other installations, some dimmers can cause the motor to hum. If you have a row of switches, the standard surface box switch could present an installation challenge. In my case, the fan switch is by itself. So rather than risk a potential humming noise, I used the provided switch. After 2 days, I got use to it. It looks like a regular thermostat. Bid deal. Plus I like that the switch “clicks” from one speed to the next, as opposed to sliding. So each position is always the same speed, which matters because since this fan is powerful, it can take a minute or more for the motor to get the blades spinning at the speed you set. There’s no second guessing if you set it to the correct speed like there would be with a sliding dimmer switch.- And there is no “reverse switch”. Again, big deal. Google the web and you’ll find some expert opinions that the “winter” & “summer” settings for ceiling fans is a marketing myth. It doesn’t matter if the fan pulls the cold air up or pushes the hot air down, once you’ve got the air circulating, there are no longer any different temperature zones in the room. The pros just say to use low or medium speeds in winter to avoid a “wind chill” effect.Lastly, easiest fan I’ve EVER installed. All others have required a second pair of hands to hold it while I connect the wires.Suggestion:- mount the blades PRIOR to lifting the motor onto the socket. When it’s fully assembled all you have to do is lift the motor with blades and place the ball into the socket holder. That’s it. No more holding a heavy motor. Then do the wire connections. There are only 3 blades, easy to work around them connecting the wires and beats trying to climb even higher later to mount the blades from the top.- Use rubber, even plain old weather stripping between all screw connections, between the holding bracket & the junction box, even between the ball & the socket to dampen any vibration noise. During the first week, I would occasionally hear a rhythmic “clicking noise” if the fan was set too long at the same speed. It had no relation to the speed of the fan (so I knew it wasn’t the fan blades hitting anything) and it disappeared if I slightly rocked the based of the fan (carefully) while it was spinning. After trial and error, I discovered it was the electrical wire nut covers tapping against each other inside the junction box. Wrapping them with insulating foam and electrical tape solved the problem.

  4. Jason W.

    I installed this in the center of my shop to push the hot air down from the ceiling. While it is a bit noisy while on high, it’s a shop so it doesn’t matter. I have found that if it’s set on the lowest setting it moves the air enough that the heaters run a lot less and the entire shop is the same temperature. If on high it will move sawdust, paper, and plastic bags that are on the floor.

  5. Mr. Kevin Cox

    These fans are rad! All metal and very basic. We used two of ’em in a 1920s house turned into a tattoo shop and with the turquoise green wood floors, grey walls and ceilings, these still looked good in white. We almost rattle- canned ’em black, but decided not to- they looked good as is. Been well over a year now and they still work great.

  6. rojo

    Excellent value, super quiet, moves plenty of air on low speed in our 2400sf high ceiling shop (we installed 2). Got a Lutron TGFSQ-FH-WH Toggler Fan Speed Control at the advice of other amazons, (the included control unit is very bulky, won’t fit in a standard single switch box, and is not reported to work well) and for under $100 delivered, we have a robust, attractive, and efficient air mover. Will buy more of these in the future.

  7. Travis T.

    Step one : throw the controller in the trash with the rest of your junk from 1976.Step two: install fan and wire to normal switch on the wall.Yes, it will workNo, you can’t change the speed without the controller, but If you are installing this in your garage/shop you are going to use it on high anyway.

  8. David Sundstrom

    For outdoor use in a protected location, these fans appear to be a steal. All metal construction means no sagging blades. Unfortunately as others have noted, the unit is prone to rust. Here are a few hacks you can easily do that will help extend the service life of this fan before you hang it:1) Tape close the little holes on the top. Dust and bugs _will_ get in there. Also humidity will rust the unprotected bearings.2) A little machine oil on around the top shaft.3) Try to improvise a seal around the top shaft. If you disconnect the wiring and down rod you could slip over a rubber grommet, but you’ll need to replace one wiring connector. Or, just try to improvise a seal using tape. I use metallic duct tape, it is very sticky and won’t fall apart as it ages.4) Rub the entire unit and blades down with acetone and then paint it your favorite color with good exterior spray paint (Rustoleum or Krylon from your local home improvement center). Follow with two coats of clear from the same manufacturer.When these fail, it is the bearings that give out. It is unfortunately really, because even with cheap plastic seals this unit could be a lot more capable. But you can fix this yourself. You won’t find another fan that comes close without spending 5 to 6 times as much.

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