Fan Motors

Fan Motors are used in both mechanical and air-moving applications, including fans, air conditioners, heaters, pumps and compressors.

Evaporator Fan Motor

Evaporator Fan Motor

Evaporator fans are located in the freezer compartment behind a metal or plastic bulkhead and pull air over the evaporator coil and circulate it throughout the unit. Almost all refrigerators have a damper assembly that controls the amount of air entering the fresh food compartment from the freezer. Normally this damper is manually adjusted, but on some models it is electronically controlled. Another complicated and unnecessary part for the factory authorized repair person to chuckle over when you pay a couple of hundred to replace it. The old knob and plastic damper solution worked as well and rarely had to be replaced.

Available Brands:

Fasco | GE | Universal | Weiling | Mars

Condensor Fan Motor

Condensor Fan Motor

A condenser fan motor is usually used in air conditioners. It cools hot vapor refrigerant as it passes through the condensing coil.

Available Brands:

Fasco | Headline | Broad Ocean | Weiling

 Shaded Pole Fan Motor

Shaded Pole Fan Motor

A shaded-pole motor is basically a small motor in which the auxiliary winding is composed of a copper ring surrounding a portion of each pole.

Available Brands:

Elco

Axial Fan Motor

Axial Fan Motor

Axial-flow fans have blades that force air to move parallel to the shaft about which the blades rotate. This type of fan is used in a wide variety of applications, ranging from small cooling fans for electronics to the giant fans used in wind tunnels. Axial flow fans are applied in air conditioning and industrial process applications. Standard axial flow fans have diameters from 300–400 mm or 1800 to 2000 mm and work under pressures up to 800 Pa.

Available Brands:

EBM | Hidria | Zeihl-Abegg

Fan Blade/ Blower Wheel

Fan Blade/ Blower Wheel

Blade of a rotating fan

Available Brands:

Koppel | Carrier