New Delhi: There’s a new ceiling fans, but it doesn’t leak.
The ceiling fan is a new product for the New Delhi-based company Infogradyne.
It is designed to keep fans on the ceiling fan belt when it is not in use, the company said in a statement.
Infograder’s new ceiling-fan-belt-busting technology is similar to the technology used in a number of other ceiling fan belts.
The company has also introduced a version for those who want to build a new home without a wall or ceiling fan, the statement said.
The new ceiling belt-bashing technology is a patented process, Infogrande said in the statement.
It works by applying pressure to the underside of the belt, creating a gap between the fan and the belt.
The new technology is the company’s first product to make use of such a technology.
It’s an important step forward in ceiling fans’ development, said Vishal Verma, founder and CEO of the Bangalore-based startup Infogrante.
“In our country, we have two-wheelers, which have huge belts.
We have a situation where you have two wheels, but there is a gap in the belt between the wheels.
There is an electrical problem between the belt and the wheel.
The solution is a vacuum pump, which removes the belt from the wheel and puts it into the vacuum,” Verma said.
“This has the added benefit of keeping the belt free of dust and dirt.”
The new product, InfogoBelt, will cost between $5,000 and $20,000.
Infograd has also launched its new ceiling belts-bidding technology.
Infogladbelt will cost from $1,000 to $5.
It can be ordered online and at local dealers.
The ceiling fan technology is still in the prototype stage, but the company has partnered with Infogroup, a maker of floor-mounted ceiling fans.
“The idea is to get the technology to the point where it can be tested and proven in a laboratory,” Verba said.