Electrically commutated motor technology for air curtain applications

Eco-Motor is electrically commutated motor technology designed specifically for air curtain applications.

07/06/2016


Eco-Motor is electrically commutated motor technology designed specifically for air curtain applications. Courtesy: Powered AirePowered Aire's Eco-Motor is electrically commutated motor technology designed specifically for air curtain applications. The Eco-Motor produces lightning fast startup time, energy savings, and variable speed control. By combining green technology with an energy-saving product, the technology is changing the way the air movement industry designs, specifies, and perceives the use of air curtain above open doorways. The Eco-Motor effectively activates in a short period of time. Eco-Motor includes wide-ranging variable speed control, runs cooler, and lasts longer while providing energy savings.

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