Brushless Direct-Current Premix Gas Blowers

January 2010
Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering;Jan2010, Vol. 82 Issue 1, pBSE14
The article offers information on variable-speed brushless direct-current (BLDC) premix gas blowers that could be used to mitigate carbon emissions caused by air conditioning systems used in the commercial building in the U.S. As stated, the blower's performance, inputs, and outputs can be customized to meet specific system needs.


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