Air-con Blower Motors
The main purpose of a HVAC blower motor is to use the cool air produced by the evaporator and blow it through the air-conditioning vents into the tractor cab. This airflow is used to control the temperature inside the cabin by recycling the warm air back onto the evaporator fins before returning it to the cab as cool air. The quality of a blower motor is usually governed by the amount of airflow that it can provide, how long the motor is designed to be used for and the noise level.
There are many different variants of a blower motor, for instance, they can be supplied in both 12v and 24v versions to suit different applications. An everyday example of this would be that cars and tractors usually have 12v DC power supplies whereas buses, coaches and construction equipment would have 24v supplies. Also a blower motor assembly can either be single or double rotor equipped. In tractors, especially John Deere models where the air conditioning components are often integrated into the roof of the cab, two single blowers are used in place of a larger double blower as it gives more flexibility in terms of mounting options making a more compact assembly.
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