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HVAC Motors Increase Energy and Dollar Savings: FridgeWize

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The high-efficiency HVAC EC motors include fan coil motors, air handler motors, rooftop packages and pool motors. For larger enterprise businesses like hotels, significant energy savings opportunities are present.

“When it comes down to it, any movement of air or water requires motors. Implementing energy efficient equipment like our new HVAC EC Motors will make a huge impact on larger scale operations like hotels and hospitals. We are excited to enter into the HVAC heating and cooling industries to significantly maximize our effectiveness in offering energy efficient solutions to enterprise clients everywhere,” says FridgeWize president and CEO Ryan Grobler.

Here’s a breakdown of the new energy efficient HVAC EC Motors:
1. Eon 42 — fan coil blower motors
— Latest in energy efficient motors
— Saves up to 56 percent of the energy consumed by these units
— Typical applications: kitchen ventilators, air curtains, unit heater and coolers

2. 56fr integrated PM motor
— IntelliDrive electronic controls with an embedded magnet construction
— Typical applications: convenience stores, grocery stores, fast food restaurants, cold storage warehouses, gas stations, hotels

3. Arktic 142 evaporator fan motor
— Brings benefits of ECM to high voltage applications
— Typical applications: high voltage light commercial HVAC, condensers and evaporators

4. Evergreen IM and CM motors
— Replaces direct-drive blower motors that were designed with a 6-pole 1075 rpm PSC motor
— Typical applications: hotels, dorms, universities, government buildings, small office buildings, convenience stores, strip malls, fast food

5. Century V-Green motor
— Delivers superior energy savings of over 80%
— Well-suited for pump applications ranging from ¾-2.7 total horsepower
— Typical applications: pool filter pumps and spa pumps in hotels and apartment complexes


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posted: 7/29/2015