The Backward Curved Centrifugal Fan, equipped with a plastic impeller, is high-voltage powered by a built-in electronically commutated motor (ECM), which enables the fan to run efficiently with low-energy transmission loss.
AirEffect is a climate control system for large diameter fans. Through automation, AirEffect eliminates the need to constantly monitor and adjust a fan’s speed and direction in response to temperature fluctuations.
Single phasing often occurs in an electric motor when one pair of points on its power contactor fails because of the destructive arcing that takes place each time these points open or close. This arc suppressor is designed for AC power applications that operate between 110-480 V and have a maximum allowable current of 235 A (rms).
This plenum fan features a direct-drive fan with the wheel connected to the motor shaft. With no fan shaft bearings or belts to maintain, it is ideal for array applications in air-handler retrofits or when pressurizing a plenum room.
Equipped with a plastic impeller, this high-voltage fan is powered by a built-in electronically commutated motor (ECM), which enables the fan to run efficiently. Designed for residential uses, the centrifugal fan is widely applied in HVAC, air movements, or home appliances.
Designed with California Title 24 regulatory compliance in mind, these condensers are available with one to 14 fans and single- and double-fan-width models in either vertical or horizontal airflow configurations.
Users can optimize the year-round performance of strategically located HVLS fans throughout a single facility, maximizing energy savings and comfort. The product adjusts the speed of HVLS fans to match winter and summer conditions.