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Commercial SPA Blower Selection Guide

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Due to the amount of information included in this article we have provided a breakdown of the information below. Installation of Rotron Blower Requirements Number of Jets Chart Recommended SPA Chart System Requirement per Motor Chart Sizing Air Agitation Unit Overview Open Hole Area Formula Water Depth/Open Hole Blower Selection Chart  Rotron Ready Spa Solutions Overview Features and Options Available Accessories  Rotron Ready Spa Solutions Options Dimension Chart  With Links to Available Rotrons Specifications Chart With Links to Available Rotrons Final Notes SPA System Requirements There are many variables that must be considered when selecting a blower for spa agitation. The depth of the...

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Nautilair® Enhanced 12.3" High Energy Brushless Blowers

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AMETEK Dynamic Fluid Solutions (DFS) is proud to launch the Nautilair® Enhanced 12.3" High Energy Brushless Blowers to provide hydronic system manufacturers a more powerful blower with up to a 14 db reduction in sound! GET THREE TIMES MORE POWER AND ELIMINATE DEMAGNETIZATION WITH A NEODYMIUM MAGNET AMETEK DFS upgraded the original Nautilair® 12.3" blowers from a Ferrite magnet to a Neodymium magnet, which offers three times more power. You get all this power, plus Neodymium magnets also minimize the risk of demagnetization by outside magnetic fields or high temperatures. INCREASE OVERALL EFFICIENCY AND REDUCE SOUND UP TO 14 dB AT...

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Installation Instructions and Maintenance for SL, DR, EN, CP, and HiE Series Blowers

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1. Bolt It Down - Any blower must be secured against movement prior to starting or testing to prevent injury or damage. The blower does not vibrate much more than a standard electric motor. 2. Filtration - All blowers should be filtered prior to starting. Care must be taken so that no foreign material enters the blower. If foreign material does enter the blower, it could cause internal damage or may exit at extremely high velocity. Should excessive amounts of material pass through the blower, it is suggested that the cover(s) and impeller(s) be removed periodically and cleaned to avoid...

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Product Configuration – Nautilair Family

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Application Information Nautilair variable speed brushless DC blowers have been engineered to deliver a measured air/fuel mixture in gas-fired burner systems for optimized combustion and reduced nitrous oxide and carbon monoxide emissions. Mechanical Characteristics Nautilair blowers are designed for combustion applications and are typically mounted directly to the inlet of the burner. The fan housings are sealed to allow for the combustion gas and air to mix inside the blower. Fans have been designed to optimize air/gas mixtures and provide high efficiency combustion. Their design uses an offset motor that allows for higher temperatures and condensation in the fan housing...

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Rotron Blower Motor Troubleshooting

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Troubleshooting Blower Disassembly WARNING: Attemping to repair or diagnose a blower may void Rotron's warranty. It may also be difficult to successfully disassemble and reassemble the unit. 1. Disconnect the power leads. CAUTION: Be sure the power is disconnected before doing any work whatsoever on the unit. 2. Remove or seperate piping and/or mufflers and filters from the unit 3.Remove the cover bolts and then the cover. NOTE: Some units are equipped with seals. It is mandatory that these seals be replaced once the unit has been opened.  4. Remove the impeller bolt and washers and then remove the impeller. NOTE: Never...

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