You’ve probably heard the term ‘BTU’ in the past but have you ever wondered what the acronym stands for? If so, it’s British thermal unit. This measurement is in reference to the amount of heat that’s needed to raise one pound of water at maximum density through one degree (Fahrenheit). [the_ad id=”4195″]
The blower wheel is a component of the blower motor and its job is to move large volumes of air through the duct system. If the blower wheel get dirt or grease built up, it can slow down the wheels rotation and reduce the amount of air your blower motor is capable of moving through your home.
Your HVAC unit’s blower motor is a key component of the system as a whole. The blower motor is designed to blow hot air through the air ducts during winter and cold air during summer. The two main types of blower motors are (i) single-speed – blows air throughout the house at one speed and (ii) variable-speed – blows air