A. O. Smith Electrical Products Company announces the addition four new of HeatCraft replacement iMotors as an expansion of the iMotor line of electronically commutated motor (ECM) products. iMotor’s breakthrough motor design now has a total of 14 motors, all of them offering significant energy savings for the refrigeration market.
These walk-in cooler evaporator fan motors are high efficient iMotors that allow busy commercial refrigeration contractors to save valuable time and money, while adding versatility to their replacement evaporator fan motor inventories. Use of an ECM design allows the motor to deliver more power with a lower amp draw. The iMotor refrigeration motor also uses less wattage to achieve the same airflow as a shaded pole motor, so it produces less heat, and cooler operation results in fewer failures. Fewer BTU’s in the system means less work for the compressor and reduced compressor wear for even greater savings.
These four new walk-in cooler evaporator fan motors (9215L, 9215H, 9216L, 9216H) are ECM direct drop-in HeatCraft replacement motors with 12” leads, Lyall plug and four mounting studs on each end. These motors are direct OEM HeatCraft replacements for Bohn, Chandler, Climate Control and Larkin. The four ratings offer the choice of 120 Volts or 230 Volts in clockwise or counter clockwise rotation. These motors also replace 1/15, 1/20, and 1/25 horsepower PSC (permanent split capacitor) and low efficient shaded pole designs.
A. O. Smith’s Green Choice brand addresses today’s environmental concerns by reducing the amount of electricity needed, indirectly reducing the amount of carbon dioxide emitted into the air. Green Choice iMotors are Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) compliant and therefore do not contain certain hazardous materials in the manufacturing process contributing to an environmentally-friendly world. These new Green Choice iMotors are available and ready for immediate shipment.For more information regarding A. O. Smith’s complete line of iMotors, visit www.hvac-motors.com and download bulletin #6032.