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variable speed a-h units

Posted by Steve Harrison on May 26th, 1998 09:43 PM
In reply to furnaces variable speed vs non variable by Harold Solomon on May 26th, 1998 09:10 AM [Go to top of thread]

I have a variable speed air handler unit made by janitrol here in Houston, Texas. It works like this starts slowly moving a little air around at first then it ramps up to full speed then it ramps down slowly to a stop the reason for this is simple it stops the dreaded drafty cold air from being thrown out of the vents all at once giving the furnace time to heat the air moving thru it first. in the summer time the same you wont get blast of hot air out the vents only smooth cool air . The other thing u failed to metion in which is very true is the amount of elecrical savings with this type of motor they us in it mine at home pulls 2 amps compared to a regular unit which pulls about 7 to 11 amps i think u will like it very well they are also very quiet operating and cheap good luck

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