1 HP Baldor

1 HP Baldor

$202.00
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1 hp Baldor Motor 1075 RPM
Comfortable is when you are unaware of your HVAC/indoor environmental system. The combination of the FanHandler and Baldor motor makes an unbeatable team. You'll enjoy smooth, quiet, efficient, steady and draft-free comfort; regardless of the weather.
 

MADE TO OUR SPECIFICATIONS!
We have NEVER  tested a better motor.
Quiet, responsive, super energy efficient and Country-boy strong

There are a wide variety of motors being installed in HVAC equipment. Some of these motors will only function properly when run in the off/on "all-or-nothing-at-all" mode.  Some off/on motors are designed to meet a price criteria rather than quality specification. Many of these off/on motors have been banging on and off and not oiled for years and are ready for the scrap heap. So we recommend that the Baldor motor be installed with the FanHandler for the best possible results. The  Baldor motor /  FanHandler installation can't be beat.
 
 
Key Benefits
  • Commercial/Industrial Quality.
  • Super energy efficient.
  • Ball bearings.
  • Electrically reversible.
  • Super quiet.
  • Country boy strong.
  • Not cheap, but competitively priced.

Testimonials

  • Hi Richard,

    you have made some very real points... the HVAC market has been dominated by multi-million dollar Juggernauts, who had developed technology 40 years ago, and are still plugging the exact same product.

    We use the Maxitrol Technology, in our high efficiency heat exchanger design. The competitors are still using an inferior turn down burner head... With modulation heat/cool control being the technology of present day and the future, it concerns me that Engineers of "old school" mindset are terribly outdated with their knowledge of modulation and increased efficiencies... It seems that "cut & paste" engineering has become the standard practice.

    Thanks for your input, and your industry knowledge... we can only hope that the big dinosaurs of HVAC ignore the new game rules... It’s going to get a lot more tech-y in coming years.

    www.icewestern.com

    Cheers, Kent