Title:
Ceiling fan air purification system
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
A ceiling fan which comprises of one and or two air purification systems for filtering Particulates and or odor's from the air. Which a plurality of point of ionization sources are positioned in the proximity of the periphery of an air flow which channel's through the fan blades directional air flow of a ceiling fan. A motorized ceiling fan mounted close to the ceiling of a room which draws dust and or odors in the air from an upward location into the air purification system, and is forced through several inlet's, and is discharged back into the ceiling fan through the blades primary air flow through one or more outlets An auxiliary ceiling fan motor that has several fan blades is preferably suspended between one and or two air purification systems that produce downstream direction from the plurality of point an ionization source within the air purification system. The particulates collected on the surface of either one and or two air purification systems are electrostatic ally charged in an opposite direction with the respect's to the ground. The secondary purified air flow that is created from the ceiling fan air purification system is recirculated throughout the room to help provide cooling in the summer from the downdraft to create wind chill, as well as during the winter from the updraft to reclaim lost heat. The purified air flow that is created from the ceiling fan air purification system will help reduce smoke, dust, pollen, and other particulates, which will uniformly freshen the rooms air quality. To help stabilize the ceiling fan from wobbling due to the down rod a counter weight design can be used to add balance to three or more fan blades on rotation, to help neutralize the wobble within the center of gravity of the ceiling fans motor housing.



Inventors:
King, Paulmicheal Lee (Tacoma, WA, US)
Application Number:
11/176886
Publication Date:
01/11/2007
Filing Date:
07/08/2005
Primary Class:
International Classes:
F04D29/34
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Primary Examiner:
CHIESA, RICHARD L
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Paulmicheal, Lee King (1838 North Bristol St., Tacoma, WA, 98406, US)
Claims:
What is claimed is:

1. A ceiling fan air purification system for filtering particulates from air flowing in an upstream to a downstream direction in an air flow channel, comprising: a plurality of point ionization sources, each of said plurality of point ionization sources are located in the proximity of the periphery of wherein said air flow channel and are being oriented to generate ion's located in the proximity of wherein said air flow channel in the general direction upstream from each respective of said plurality of the point ionization sources, wherein said predominately having an electrical charge with the respect's to the ground; a particulate collection surface positioned within wherein said air flow channel having a downstream direction from said plurality of the point ionization sources, said particulates collection surfaces being electrostatic ally charged in an opposite direction with the respect's to the ground than wherein said electrical charged of said ion's; an ion trap positioned within said air flow channeled between said plurality of ionization source's and said particulate collection surface, said ion trap being relatively electrostatic ally neutral as compared with the said particulate collection surface and said ion's, comprised of one and or two filtration systems as a means for generating a secondary air flow having a downstream flow and upstream flow relative to said means from generating said secondary air flow; and a plurality of point ionization sources are positioned wherein said secondary air flow generating a primary air flow.

2. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 1 where each of said plurality of point ionization sources comprises an ionization head having a major longitudinal axis.

3. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 2 in which said ionization head is oriented in an orientation angle with the respect's to said upstream to downstream direction and wherein said orientation angle is not more than sixty degree's inward toward said air flow channel and not more than ninety degree's outward away from said air flow channel.

4. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 2 which further comprises of a plurality of flow channel's, one of each of said plurality of flow channel's at least partially surrounding at least a portion of each respective one of said plurality of point ionization source's generating a primary air flow comprises at least one and or two primary motor's operable to rotate at least one fan blade in each purification system.

5. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 4 wherein said means for generating a secondary air flow comprises at least one and or two primary motor's operable to rotate at least one fan blade in each purification system.

6. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 4 where said means for generating a secondary air flow comprises at least one and or two primary motor's operable to rotate at least one fan blade in each purification system said primary air flow mixes with said downstream air flow of said secondary air flow.

7. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 4 wherein said downstream air flow of said primary air flow mixes with said upstream air flow of said secondary air flow.

8. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 2 wherein each of said plurality of flow channel's has a major longitudinal axis and wherein said major longitudinal axis of each of said plurality of flow channel's is generally parallel to said major longitudinal axis of said ionization head in each purification system.

9. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 8 wherein said ionization head comprises a multi-point ionization head in each purification system.

10. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 4 further comprising of a two separate fan system's for operative use with said air flow channel for moving said air flow in said upstream to downstream direction through said air flow channel.

11. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 4 wherein said particulate collection surface comprise at least one and or two primary motor's operable to rotate at least one fan blade in each purification system comprises a filter.

12. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 11 wherein said particulate collection surface comprises at least one and or two primary motor's operable to rotate at least one fan blade in each purification system comprises a filter, wherein said plurality of inlet's and outlet's for moving said primary air flow there through, and wherein one each of said plurality of ionized filtration system's is individually positioned proximal to one each of plurality of outlet's.

13. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 12 wherein said plurality of inlet's and outlet's for moving said primary secondary air flow there through, and wherein one each of each of said plurality of ionized filtration system's is individually positioned proximal to one each of plurality of outlet's to control the desired purification in the room.

14. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 13 wherein said means for selectively purifying at least one and or two purification system's at least one portable remote control unit communicable with said purification system's.

15. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 13 wherein at least one portable remote control unit further comprises a ceiling fan blade speed control display and one and or two primary motor's that are rotated in different orientation's by remote control wherein said plurality of inlet's and outlet's for moving said primary air flow thereto.

16. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 15 wherein said at least one portable remote control unit further comprises a display, a ceiling fan blade speed control's carried thereby, wherein a desired air purification may be set via said control's and displayed on said display, and wherein said plurality of ionized filtration system's are responsive thereto.

17. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 13 where said at least one portable remote control unit is wireless.

18. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 17 further comprising a wireless receiving unit carried by said at least one or two air purification system's and a wireless transmitting unit carried by said at least one portable remote control unit, wherein said wireless transmitting unit transmits a wireless signal detectable by said wireless receiving unit.

19. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 18 wherein said wireless signal is an infrared frequency.

20. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 18 wherein said wireless signal is an radio frequency.

21. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 1 wherein said at least one and or two purification system's comprising at least one inlet and at least one outlet for moving and or transferring said means for generating a secondary air flow.

22. A ceiling fan purification system as in claim 1 further comprising means for filtering said primary air flow.

23. A ceiling fan purification system for filtering a room comprising in combination: a) at least one support means; b) at least one auxiliary motor; c) at least one and or two purification system's isolated from and mounted downwards and or upwards mounted location of said at least one auxiliary motor, said at least one and or two purification system's comprising; i) at least one motor per air purification system at least one primary fan blade per air purification system adapted for creating a primary air flow; ii) at least one filter system per purification system for filtering said primary air flow; iii) means for regulating said at least one and or two air purification systems via at least one and or two input's for the purpose of selectively regulating the air filtration of the said primary air flow; and iv) mean's for supporting said at least one auxiliary motor; and d) at least one and or two secondary fan blades adapted on different rotation's by said at least one auxiliary motor to generate an upward secondary air flow for mixing with said downward primary air flow.

Description:

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

The present invention is created for an air re-circulating system and an air purification system having one or more air purifiers adapted from an upward location for drawing in air and discharging it as a primary or secondary discharger through one or more outlets. An auxiliary motor suspended from the upper air purification system and adapted to support one or more fan blades rotates to produce an upward secondary air flow for mixing with the primary air flow. A second air purification system adapted from a downward location for drawing in a third primary air flow from the auxiliary motor suspended from the upper air purification system is adapted to the lower auxiliary motor housing in place of or can be adapted to the lower auxiliary motor housing in place of or can be adapted instead of a one or more lighting fixture from the structure attendant the auxiliary motor.

A manual or automatic remote control unit may be employed to selectively control the operation of the auxiliary motor with one or more fan blades, and one or more air purification systems that can be utilized in place of the current light fixture housing.

A featured and advantages of this type of invention is its ability to provide air purification and re-circulation while maintaining constant air flow to an uniform consistency, thereby reducing dust, odor's and, dirt from the fan blades.

Another featured and advantage of this type of invention is its ability to efficiently remove particulates from the auxiliary motor with the convenience of never having dust particulates to accumulate on the primary fan blades. The placement of the air purification system from the upper and lower of the auxiliary motor housing allow the system to utilize the filtration of the upper and lower ionizer at the point of ionization, thereby allowing the pre-filters to remove large dust particulates, such as lint and hair from the dirty air, as a sub-micron filters are used in conjunction with the pre-filter as a way of capturing 99.97% of all airborne particulates as small as 0.1 microns from the air.

A second activated carbon filter absorbs and help eliminate cooking odors, misty air, tobacco odors, and pet related odors as it freshens and re-circulates the primary and secondary and post secondary air flow. An ionizer distributes negative ions through out the room to enhance the cleaning process. This type of ceiling fan purification system is designed to clean the room main air flow and purifies it back into the primary air flow in the room from the top to avoid stirring settled particulates to gather in the room or the auxiliary motor fan blades.

Another featured advantage is any modern fan design can house a detachable air purification system instead of a lighting fixture.

These featured advantages to this invention are to allow anyone skilled in the art, from in the descriptions and claims when read in light of the accompanying drawing.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

Field of the Invention

The present invention relates to room conditioning units and, more particularly, to an air re-circulating unit and air purification system for filtering particulates and odors from the primary air flow and for suspending an auxiliary motor rotating one or more fan blades to help produce an upward secondary air flow for mixing with the primary air flow thereby resulting in an purified air flow that moves through an upward purifier first from the ceiling through one or more fan blades re-circulated back through a second downward air purifier to the floor and then back again into the same circulation air flow.

One or more types of air filtration system employs an ionizer to create ions which attach themselves to dust, odors and dirt particulates. The charged particulates are then collected such as in a filter or an electrostatic precipitator. The efficiency of such a system can heavily depend on the effectiveness of the ionizer to create charged particulates which can be collected and re-circulated by an auxiliary motor rotating one or more ceiling fan blades back to the one or more air filtration systems.

Traditionally, air purification systems that use a ionizer are located on the floor to purify a rooms air flow such a device usually includes the electrical field created between the wires and plates breaks break down air molecules, creating large numbers of ions. The ions move to the ground plates at very high speed and collide with dust, odors and dirt particulates in the air, transferring electrostatic charges to the dust and dirt particulates.

It is a typical of such cleaners or purifiers at the point of ionization to be positioned at or near the exit of the air passing through the cleaners or purifiers. Typically, this is done to disperse ionized particulates throughout the room. At least some of the ionized particulates would find there way back to the inlet of the cleaners or purifiers and aid in the operation of the cleaners or purifiers.

Example of such exit points of ionization are U.S. Pat. No. 4,376,642, in which is a portable air cleaner unit.

Example of such exit points of ionization are U.S. Pat. No. 5,268,009, Thompson et al, portable air filter system, a portable air filter system for use in the home, system, a portable air filter system for use in the home, offices, or other area's where it is desired to remove airborne particulate matter from the air.

Another example of such exit points of ionization are U.S. Pat. No. 5,332,425, Huang, air purifier, which describes an air purifier having an extended and tapered discharging copper needle is electrically coupled to a high voltage generator contained within the purifier housing and produces negative ions.

Another example of such a method of such a device are U.S. Pat. No. 6,751,406, Reiker, Kenneth H. a room condition, which describes a device or a method of heating a room with at least one motor and at least one fan blade of a ceiling mounted heating device, mounted upwards of a distribution fan, moving air into said device through one or more inlets are forced through and heated by one or more heating elements.

In an attempt to overcome the problems associated with ceiling fan having dust and dirt collected upon the surface and re-circulated back into the main air flow in an upward and downward cause the auxiliary fan motor to over heat and discharge dust and dirt into the main air flow.

In additional attempt to solve the above-mentioned deficiencies, ceiling fans having one or more air purifiers have not yet been attempted.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

The present invention will be better understood by reading the detailed description of the preferred and alternate embodiments with reference to the accompanying drawing figures in which like references numerals denote similar structures and refer like elements through out, and in which;

FIG. 1. Is a side view of an air re-circulating and purification device according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention showing the device house within one of several optional decorative housing's.

FIGS. 1A and 1B, Is a side view of an air re-circulating and purification device according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention showing in 1A, one ceiling fan device and two purification housing's showing in 1B, one ceiling fan device and one purification housing according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 2. Illustrates the air flow direction with in a room resulting from the operation of the ceiling fan and the re-circulation of two purification devices according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention.

FIGS. 3A. and 3B. Illustrating the ceiling fan blade and counter weight re-circulating the air flow direction and the center of gravity according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention. 3B counter weight re-circulating air flow.

FIG. 3C. Illustrating the room re-circulating air flow direction with the purification devices and the downward and upward air flow.

FIG. 3D. A top view of the center of gravity illustrating the circulation direction.

FIG. 4. Is a schematic side view of the air re-circulating and purification device illustrating the auxiliary motors and air filters according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 5. A exploded perspective view of the support plates for the upper auxiliary motor purification device and filters according to an alternate embodiment of the present invention showing wiring of the electrical conductors.

FIG. 6. A exploded perspective view of the support plates for the lower auxiliary fan motor and purification device motor with filters according to an alternate embodiment of the present invention showing wiring of the electrical conductors and infrared remote censor housing.

FIG. 7. Is a side view of the upper and lower purification motor housing and fan with an auxiliary fan motor housing to and alternate embodiment of the present invention showing one touch button remote control and one infrared censor unit.

FIG. 8. Is a perspective view of the purification motor fan housing with circular filter and rubber gaskets with upper down flow filter system and a support cover plate according to an alternate embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 9. Is a perspective view of the lower purification motor fan housing with circular filter and a rubber gasket according to an alternate embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 10. Is a side view of the lower purification motor fan housing with threaded screws according to an alternate embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 11. Is a side view of the upper purification motor fan housing with threaded screws according to an alternate embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 12. Is a top view of the remote control and infrared preferred control unit to correspond with the actuated preferred control unit to correspond with the actuated preferred ceiling fan and purification system and it's elements.

FIG. 13. Is a side view of a detachable ceiling fan purification system device as an alternate for a lighting fixture device as an alternate embodiment of the present invention.

DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERED

In describing the preferred and various alternate embodiments of the present invention, as illustrated in the figures as described herein, specific terminology is employed for the sake of drawing design clarity. The invention described provides and air purification systems in which, can house one or more air purifiers one the upper housing of the auxiliary fan motor with one or more fan blades, and one on the lower housing of the auxiliary fan motor that operates in a similar manner with the upper air purification system as one ceiling fan unit. Any conventional ceiling fan can operate this type of invention in place of a lighting fixture housing and can accomplish the same function.

Referring now to FIG. 1, There is illustrated a ceiling fan purification system with one or more fan blades. The device illustrated has one or two air purification systems with in it's optional decorative elements or a different decorative housing. It is understood that the exterior configuration illustrated is simply one of a multitude of decorative exterior configurations that may be utilized. The ceiling fan air purifier system is no different from any other contemporary ceiling fan design that has one or more fan blades. The difference is that this design operates with both functions to reduce as shown particulates in the air while cooling a room at the same time.

Now referring to FIG. 1A and FIG. 1B, There is illustrated in 1A an alternative embodiment of the present invention in which a air purification system 4A and 4B, contains the same elements as are described in relation to the air purification system 4A and 4B, described with respect to FIG. 1B, but in a slightly different design order. The alternative embodiment illustrated in FIG. 1A, there are two separate air purification systems and one auxiliary fan motor 10 with one or more fan blades 9. As illustrated in FIG. 1B, there are the same figurations as shown in FIG. 1A with alternative embodiments illustrated in FIG. 1B with different positions of where the air purification system 4A is located in a downstream position in the same manner as 4B in a upstream position to create to different types of exhaust from inlet device 3 and, outlet 5 to a downward position through the auxiliary fan motor 10 and, one more fan blades 9, back through air purifier inlet 11 to an exhaust 13 in a downward position. Although perhaps there are some advantages to having one or more embodiments as illustrated that purify in two separate location in these collection surfaces the collection surfaces operates with the same effectiveness. While pre-filtering is positioned to purify the same type of room purifying upstream and in a downstream position of the ceiling fan.

In the embodiment illustrated in FIG. 1A and FIG. 1B, air purification is still the same as any auxiliary ceiling fan motor housing in it's decorative exterior configuration that maybe utilized. Device 20 is preferably adapted from an upward location within a room, such as the ceiling of the room and, a preferred cover 1 maybe optionally incorporated to shield the supporting and attachment mechanism. Device 7 further comprises a ball joint that supports the ceiling attachment in device 2 and, houses the wiring of the devices 4a and 4B, as well as the wiring to the auxiliary fan motor and, the remote censoring device housed with in device 10 and it's remote censoring device located by device 14 to a primary device remote control, functioning as the main control unit to function as the main unit device for the functioning of one auxiliary fan motor in which has one or more fan blades 9 and or one or more air purification system 4A and or 4B to re-circulate the primary and secondary air flow into inlet 3, which is circular shaped and coned in the upper location of FIG. 1A to be connected or supported by 6, in which has a preferred boss centrally located device 6 is centrally located in the center of the coned section support plate 3 and a preferred support inlet 5, in which a preferred upper ring in device 8A is housed between the auxiliary fan motor 10, with another lower ring device 8B in which the support plate and outlet 12 are housed beneath as preferred support inlet 11 and exhausted through 13.

Referring to now FIG. 2, illustrating the primary and secondary air flow as well as, the auxiliary fan blade air purification direction 9 and it's existing mechanism for the transport of air flow from the ceiling 15, out through outlet 18, in which transports purified air through the auxiliary fan blades 9, and back into a second air purifier air flow in inlet 19 and re-circulated back out through 17. Thus, illustrating the air flow direction from the fan blades 9 and it's direction 20 and 16.

Referring to now FIGS. 3A, 3B, 3C and 3D, illustrating the air flow and it's center of gravity 22, and the position as shown in FIGS. 3A and 3D on the preferred ceiling fan blades 9 and it's primary 18A and secondary air flow 16 at the point of the auxiliary fan motors rotation 20A and 20B, as illustrated in FIG. 3D. At the passage of the air from the ceiling fan blade 9 and, it's rotation point 23 located at the auxiliary fan motor is the center point of rotation as illustrated in FIG. 3A, and the force of gravitational pull 26A, and 26B caused by the aerodynamic device 25, and it's counter weight 24 located with in device 25, allowing the force of gravity to force the fan blades 9 to continually rotate in an more effective rotation 21, in which can save energy. Thus, creating a more efficient auxiliary fan motor 10 on it's rotation. At the forward end of device 25 on it's axes plan 26A and 26B.

Referring to now FIG. 4, There is illustrated in 2a alternate embodiment of the present invention in which a ceiling fan air purifier system as shown has one or more air purifiers and one auxiliary fan motor housing 10 and it's component's within it's decorative element's with one or more fan blades. As shown in FIG. 4, there are several component's illustrated that are preferably adapted from an upward location within a room, such as the ceiling of a room and, a preferred cover 1 maybe optionally incorporated to shield the supporting and attachment mechanism's. Device 7 further comprises a ball joint that supports the ceiling attachment in device 2 and, houses the wiring of the devices 4A and 4B, as well as the wiring to the auxiliary fan motor 27 and it's remote censoring de3vice 28 housed within 10. Thus, allowing power from the ceiling to operate the upper air purifier motor 33A, and the lower air purifier motor 33B. The support attachment 2, is connected to a boss 6 to an inlet cover 3 in which is centrally located, as a coned support plate for the upper air purifiers pre-filter 30 and is held within housing 5 with a rubber gasket 32A, and primary and secondary air flow is rotated by the air purifier motor 33A, and it's fan blades 29A. The primary and secondary air flow is forced through an mess outlet 4B. The support plate 35 as illustrated is attached by a decorative plate 8A.

As illustrated in the present invention 1 as shown there is the lower air purifier system 11, in which is attached to the auxiliary fan motor 27 and housed in the exterior decorative element device 10, which the lower air purifier is connected by plates 36 and it's decorative plate 8B to the air purifiers fan motor 33B, and housed by the decorative element 11. Thus, comprising of an air purifier motor 33B and the rotation of the fan blades 29B to draw air flow from inlet pre-filter 4A to remove the larger dust particulates, such as lint and hair from the dirty air. Thus, allowing the sub-micron filter 31, in which is supported by a rubber gasket 32B within device 11. A cone shaped cover 12 is screwed off from the device 11 and is ventilated through outlet 13.

Referring to now FIG. 5, There is illustrated in 2a alternate embodiment of the present invention in which a ceiling fan air purifier, as shown has one air purifier that connects to an auxiliary fan motor in FIG. 6, and a second air purifier system. As illustrated in FIG. 5 a preferred support means 1C is preferably housed within cover 1, wherein support means 1C preferably comprises a preferred bracket 1E preferably attached to a conventional electrical bow (not illustrated) and further attached to a joist in the ceiling or similar support members. A plurality of electrical conductors 37 are preferably electrically connected to a source of power within the ceiling and channeled through cover 1 as well as through the length of the device 2. Cover 1 is preferably bowl shaped and preferably has a preferred passage in 1 that is centrally positioned and defined there through for the passage of electrical conductors 37 there through. Cover 1 is preferably attached to bracket 1C preferably around the insertion of preferred screws 1B into through holes located on cover 1 that is formed around the upper periphery of cover 1, and further preferred through holes 1C formed on the ceiling bracket. A preferred dress ring 1A, comprising of preferred slots on dress ring 1A, to help slide over the cover 1, and turned such that the slot cover a slightly engaged screws 1B. The dress ring 1A preferably serves to both cosmetically cover the screw's 1B to help prevent the loosing of screws 1B.

The air purifier system 2 preferably comprises a preferred upper support plate 3, and a lower support plate 35, a preferred inlet ring 5, a preferred upper air purifier system 33A, and it's element such as the fan blades 29A. The upper support plate 3 is preferably circular shaped and has a preferably centrally located shallow preferred cone section 3C, wherein cone section 3C further has a preferred boss aperture 6. Preferably radically positioned around boss aperture 6 is a plurality of preferred radial slots 3D defining inlets 3E for air flow there through and into air purifier system 2 for air filtration. Located between the radial slots 3D and boss aperture 6 are a plurality of preferred through holes 3C, wherein through holes 3D are aligned with preferred through holes on boss aperture 6 and attached by through holes 6B, wherein through holes 6A are aligned with a through hole one the illustrated down rod 2. Insertion of screw's 35C there through the lower support plate 35 are aligned there through 35D, through holes 32C securing upper inlet ring 5 between the upper support plate cover 3 by nut's 3A, through holes 3B.

Preferably under inlet 3E is a preferred pre-filter 30A is preferably circular shaped filter and a sub-micron filter 30B that are held in place by a rubber gasket 32A, in which is held in place through holes and connected by the screw's 35C is located around the periphery of cone section 3. Filter's 30A and 30B serves to prevent accumulation of dust, to purify the primary and secondary air flow through the air purifier fan motor 33A and it's blades 29A. As the inlet of air flow from 3 through filter's 30A and 30B are exhausted the sub-micron filter 4B is supported by a lower support plate 35, in which the center mounting holes 35b and it's cone section 35A is centrally located to mount to the lower auxiliary fan motor, and the lower air purifier system, and powered to a remote censoring device (not shown in FIG. 5) in which various power from the air purifier's fan motor 33A is centered on the cone lower plate 35. The passage of electrical conductors 38 from the air purifier fan motor 33A is centrally located to an electrical current to the remote censoring unit as well as the main power source 37.

Referring now specifically top FIG. 6, preferred decorative shroud 8A is preferably circular shaped, comprising a preferred upper wall in 8A that is concave, forming a hollow enclosure for partially housing an auxiliary fan motor 27. Threaded posts 8E extended into holes located on the decorative shroud 8A and are secured thereto the preferred nut's 35E, wherein nut's 35E further functions as spacers to provide the proper mounting height for the mounting of the lower support plate 35 to the decorative shroud 8A. The upper wall located in 8A preferably comprises a recessed mounting section located on 8A in the center in which defines a preferred coupler aperture centrally positioned there on and dimensioned for receiving the upper end of a coupler 39B, auxiliary fan module 27 for secured mounting and support of the auxiliary fan module 27 thereto. Preferably radially positioned around coupler aperture located in the center of 8A is a plurality of the preferred through holes 8E for preferably attaching coupler 39B thereto around the preferred screw's 8F. Coupler aperture located on 8A further function's as a passageway for extension of electrical conductors 37 there through.

The decorative ring 10 is preferably circular shaped and preferably comprises a preferred top surface 10C joined to a preferred peripheral wall located 10 is preferably circular shaped and preferably comprises a preferred top surface 10C joined to a preferred peripheral wall located 10, wherein preferably four preferred through hole 10B are formed around the periphery of top surface 10C. The peripheral wall located on 10 preferably comprises four equal preferred slots 10A dimensioned to each receive one of preferably four preferred fan blades 9 or three preferred slot as illustrated on (FIG. 1A) as this present invention is design in which is adapted to preferred brackets 27B, wherein brackets 27B are further adapted to auxiliary fan motor 27. The decorative ring 10 further functions to hide from viewing bracket's 27B and auxiliary fan motor 27. The decorative ring 10 is attached to brackets 27B and inserted by way of preferred screws 27A through preferred through holes 10B and into preferred spacers 27C positioned on brackets 27B. As such, in operation, decorative ring 10 rotates in the same motion with the auxiliary fan motor 27.

The auxiliary fan motor 27 preferably comprises a conventional auxiliary fan motor 27 preferably includes a preferred rotor 27D rotating and secure to a preferred hollow shaft 34 through preferred bearings (not illustrated) wherein hollow shaft 34 extends through the length of auxiliary fan motor 27. A preferred stator of the auxiliary fan motor 27 is preferably attached to hollow shaft 34. The fan blade brackets 27B is attached to rotor 27D, wherein each fan blade bracket 27B supports fan blades 9 (not shown). The fan blade brackets 27B are conventional fan blade brackets known within the art. The hollowness of shaft 34 provides for the routing of electrical conductors 37 there through and out through hole 28B formed on shaft 34 for connection with preferred remote control censor unit 28A.

Thread ably engaged to the portion of hollow shaft 34 that extends past the top of the auxiliary fan motor 27 is the preferred coupler 39B, wherein coupler 39B is preferably generally disk shaped and has a plurality of preferred through holes 39A formed there on. Through holes 39A of coupler 39B align with through holes 8E of the mounting section located on 8A so that upon insertion of preferred screw's 8F into through hole's 39A, an auxiliary fan module is secured and supported to the shroud 8A at coupler 39B. Coupler aperture 39B of shroud 8A receives the upper portion of coupler 39B.

A preferably circular shape preferred support plate 8B positioned below auxiliary fan motor 27 threadably engaged with hallow shaft 34 and secured thereto with the preferred nut 8C. Support plate 8B preferably has mounted on preferred surface side of 8B a remote censoring unit 28A and supports the adapter of lower air purification system in module 1. Preferably mounted to the threaded portion of the hollow shaft 34 for connection with the lower air purifier motor 33B and nut (not shown) preferably routing electrical conductors from the remote censoring unit 28A preferably routing a power source preferably from the threaded portion of the hollow shaft 34 preferably wired from beneath the preferred support 8B connected from the remote censoring unit 28A in which is power by the main electrical conductors 37 connected to the air purifier system 33B as preferably mounted to the lower support plate 8B, in which the air purifier system 33B in which is mounted by screw's 8E in which is concave.

A preferably circular shaped preferred support plate 8B is preferably mounted to the air purification filters 31, in which has one pre-filter, one sub-micron, and a carbon filter (See FIG. 9) Preferably mounted by screw's 8D located around support plate 8B, in which is threaded into thread holes 11A through the decorative inlet 11 connecting the preferred air purifier system 1, in which allows air flow from the air purifier fan blades 29B to draw air into inlet 11B creating a primary air flow through the exhaust circular cover 13, in which is screwed in by groves 12 as the rubber gasket 32B holds the air purification filters 31, in which is housed in air purifier inlet 11, an optional light can be an element in the center of 13 as an decorative design.

For powering of the various electrical components of device 2, electrical conductors 37 are channeled through the entirety of device 2. Electrical conductors 37 are preferably electrically connected to a source of power within the ceiling and then channeled through several passages through cover 1. The electrical conductors 37 are routed through the dress ring 1A, through the boss aperture 3D of upper plate 3, a side the inner surface of the upper support plate 3, along side the inner surface of inlet ring 5, along the outer surface of the rubber gasket 32A and along the side of the exhaust filter 4B, through holes located on the outer surface lower support plate 35, through coupler aperture in the center of the lower support plate 8A through the center of the decorative ring 10, through coupler 39B and into hollow shaft 34, through hole 28B in shaft 34 and first connected to the remote censoring unit 28A, then back up through holes 38 to upper air purifier motor 33A and auxiliary fan motor 27 and then back to the lower air purifier motor 33B, and it's optional lighting fixture located at the center of the exhaust cover 13.

Referring now to FIG. 7, There is illustrated an embodiment of the present invention in which a remote censoring device 28 is located with in the auxiliary fan motor 10 and the primary location as shown to where the remote censoring device is housed in the area of 10A. The remote censoring device 28, in which incorporates one infrared section 37, in which is controlled by a remote control device 40 and, the signal that is transferred infrared with in the remote as shown in 41, to adjust or control the auxiliary fan motor 10 and the upper air purifier fan motor 33A and the lower air purifier fan motor 33C and the direction of the infrared is transferred from 28, in which is housed in the auxiliary fan motor 10 and the direction the ceiling fan purification system is controlled from 10A and routed from 33B and 33D.

Referring now to FIG. 8, there is illustrated an embodiment of the present invention in which air purification system 2 contains the same elements as are described in the previous figures in this present invention. Positioned at the top is a circular pre-filter 30A to first remove large dust particles, such as lint and hair from the dirty air. As illustrated in the present invention a sub-micron filter 30B is positioned above the air purifier fan motor 33A and, supported by a rubber gasket 32A and mounted by inlet screw holes 32C to the outlet fan motor housing 4B and the outer exhaust sub-micron filter 4C that works in conjunction with the pre-filter 30A as a way of capturing 99.97% of all airborne particulates as small as 0.1 microns from the air before returning to the primary and secondary air flow.

Referring now to FIG. 9, There is illustrated an embodiment of the present invention in which an air purification system 1 contains the same elements as described in FIG. 8, but in another configuration to the present invention that absorbs an helps eliminate cooking odor's, misty air, tobacco odors, and pet related odors as it freshens and re-circulates the primary and secondary air flow, as well as the post secondary air flow. Thus, the air purification system houses one air purifier auxiliary motor 33B in which is located in the center of one rubber gasket 31C and 32B, that holds together one pre-filter 31 to remove large dust particulates, such as lint and hair from the dirty air, as a sub-micron filter 31A, are used in conjunction with the pre-filter as a way of capturing 99.97% of all air borne particulates as small as 0.1 microns from the air. A second activated carbon filter 31B absorbs and helps eliminate odors. The air purifier fan motors fan blades 29B, drawls particulates into the filters and out an exhaust to purify the room air.

Referring now to FIG. 10, as illustrated an embodiment of the present invention in which an air purifier auxiliary fan motor 33B is located in a downward location, in which is assembled by screw's 33C and brackets 33D. The air purifier auxiliary fan motor 33B has several air vent's 33E, and an area 33H to allow the air purifier auxiliary fan motor blades 29B to rotate around the air purifiers fan motor housing 33F, in which is mounted by several screws 8E by a mounting plate within the ceiling fan air purifier system to 33G.

Now referring to FIG. 11, as illustrated an embodiment of the present invention in which an air purifier auxiliary fan motor 33A is located in an upward location, in which is assembled by screw's 33C and brackets 33D. The air purifier auxiliary fan motor 33A has several air vents 33E, and an area 33H is to allow the air purifier auxiliary fan motor blades 29A to rotate around the air purifiers fan motor housing 33F, in which is mounted by several screw's 35B, by a mounting plate within the ceiling fan air purifier system to 33G.

Referring to FIG. 12, as illustrated an embodiment of the present invention in which a remote control device 40 controls the cooling from the auxiliary fan motor as well as the upper and lower air purifiers in this present invention. Thus, this function is through out the ceiling fan purification system by the remote censoring device 28, in which is mounted on a circular plate 36. The wiring 28A to the auxiliary fan motor and the upper and lower air purifier is wired into a stem and bolt device 27.

Now referring to FIG. 13, as illustrated an embodiment of the present invention in which a contemporary ceiling fan can operate this type of invention in place of the lighting housing. See FIG. 6 for drawing detail's in area 1.