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Buy Trane Air Conditioning Fan Motors Parts

Trane Air Conditioning Fan Motors are basically of different types. An air conditioner has two major parts - one part works on the outdoors and the other indoors. The evaporator unit which house houses the evaporator coils is installed inside the building. The air is absorbed from the room and passed over the evaporator coils. The evaporator fan motor runs and the coils absorb heat and humidity. The refrigerant flows through the coils and is passed onto the condensing unit which is housed outdoors. The refrigerant flows into the condenser unit and is condensed and the heat within the refrigerant is eliminated outside the system. The condenser fan motor runs here and the cooled refrigerant is again sent back indoors through the coils. This process is continuously repeated providing a cool environment within the buildings based where the air conditioning system is used. Heat pumps are very similar to air conditioners. The key difference lies in the fact that heat pumps have a reversing valve. This makes the system to be used for cooling during summers and for heating during winters.

HVACPLUS has air conditioning fan motors for condenser units as well as for evaporator units. You will find parts available for cooling and heating systems from a range of manufacturers including GE, Emerson, Carrier, Bryant etc. Replacement parts for the small scale residential systems to the very high end and latest large scale systems for commercial uses are available with us. We offer fan motors to motors for different heating and cooling systems like furnaces, heat pumps, exhaust fans, evaporators, fan coils, chillers etc.

 

Trane air conditioning fan motors are used in two basic types of system. The first is a split system and the second is a package system. In a split system, the condensing unit is housed outside. It contains the condenser coil. Inside the home or building, in a furnace or air handler, is the evaporator coil. In a packaged unit, all components are installed outside the house and are connected to the duct work within the structure.

Here's an overview of how a split-system air conditioner cools and dehumidifies your home. The condenser unit contains a compressor that circulates refrigerant through lines connecting the condenser coil outside to the evaporator coil inside. When the refrigerant enters the evaporator coil, it expands into a gas and absorbs heat from around the coil in the process. As this occurs, the evaporator coil gets very cold. The air conditioning fan motor in the furnace or air handler circulates air over the cold coil. Heat is removed from it by the refrigerant, cooling the air. The fan pushes it into the rooms of the home via the duct work.

Refrigerant carries the collected heat outside. In the condensing coil, refrigerant is compressed back into a liquid which forces the heat out of it. The heat radiates out of the coil and is dispersed by the condensing unit fan. That's the second air conditioning fan motor that is involved in the AC process.

A heat pump is an air conditioner that does double duty. Heat pumps have valves that reverse the flow of refrigerant. In cold weather, instead of collecting heat inside your home to pump outside, they collect heat outside - even in temperatures as low as 40-degrees Fahrenheit - and pump it indoors where it is released in the indoor coil.

In Trane systems, Trane air conditioning fan motors are an essential part of the process. These fans sometimes need repair. HVAC Plus supplies HVAC professionals and DIY property owners with OEM Trane air conditioning fan motors parts for all Trane air conditioners, heat pumps, air handlers, furnaces and chillers. We've got the best prices you'll find online or from local suppliers.

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