Here are links to my latest posts on how these motors can be used for retrofitting in existing HVAC systems.

HVAC Savings Upgrades – Cutting Fan Watts In Half or More 

In this post I cover how the savings can be dramatic, and the most important part is to get duct pressures low.

Install a Direct Current Indoor Fan Motor

In this post I cover a couple of the different motors on the market - pitfalls and plus marks for each from an experienced viewpoint.

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Tags: AC, Efficient, HVAC, Motors

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Comment by Allan Mullaly on December 31, 2012 at 3:08am

Great to read!!

Comment by Steph S on April 30, 2012 at 1:30pm

What motor would you suggest to be the most beneficial for someone installing an HVAC in Michigan?

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