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Dampers

View Details NCM-300 | NCM-300 3 Zone Non Expand Cntr Panel | EWC Controls
$154.19 each
View Details MRK | MRK  Motor Replacement Kit  ND/URD/RDN | EWC Controls
$84.19 each
View Details 14 URD | 14 Inch Round Motorized Damper | EWC Controls
$146.44 each
View Details UT-3000 | Ultra Talk Communicating Zone Panel | EWC Controls
$342.75 each
View Details 14 CLBD | 14 CLBD CONSTANT LOAD BY-PASS DAMPER | EWC Controls
$109.69 each
View Details BMPLUS-3000 | BMPLUS-3000  2Stght/2Stgclg Cntl Pn | EWC Controls
$178.25 each
View Details iO-WR | Wireless Relay | iO HVAC Controls
iO-WR | Wireless Relay | iO HVAC Controls
iO HVAC Controls sku: iO-WR
$150.80 each
View Details iO-WR-XR | Extended Range wireless relay kit | iO HVAC Controls
$341.90 each
View Details 16 CLBD | 16 CLBD CONSTANT LOAD BY-PASS DAMPER | EWC Controls
$116.69 each
View Details SAS | SAS Supply Air Sensor | EWC Controls
$36.07 each
View Details 10 URD | 10 Inch Round Motorized Damper | EWC Controls
$125.44 each
View Details iO-TWIN | Universal Twinning Kit | iO HVAC Controls
$180.70 each
View Details UZC-4 | UZC-4 Zone/Cntrl Pnl 2Stclg/3Stg Ht | EWC Controls
$341.00 each
View Details 12 URD | 12 Inch Round Motorized Damper | EWC Controls
$130.25 each
View Details 4 URD | 4 Inch Round Motorized Damper | EWC Controls
$119.32 each

More About Dampers

Get the dampers you need to improve your HVAC at Blackhawk Supply.

What is a damper?

The dampers located in your HVAC ducting affect your ability to keep your home at a comfortable temperature and humidity level. Furthermore, older dampers increase your energy consumption and bill every month.

Before we get into why you might want a new damper, let’s take a second to explain what a damper is. A damper is a valve or plate that regulates the flow of air in your HVAC system. Often you turn it on or off to adjust the airflow.

Why do you want to replace a damper?

Installing new dampers to replace old and ineffective ones can improve the efficiency of an HVAC.

Correctly working dampers extend the longevity of your HVAC system. They allow the system to work with less effort while maintaining temperature and humidity controls. We recommend you check out our collection of dampers today.

Make sure you find the right size damper

First, choose a damper that fits the ductwork.

Make sure you use the right size for your dampers. Otherwise, you could put a lot of unnecessary stress and strain on the damper and HVAC system. By choosing the right-size dampers, the hassle and headache disappear.

Damper seals are incredibly important

You always want a tight seal on the damper. If you need to manipulate the damper seal it could affect the rate of air flow into your HVAC system. You might need to balance whether the damper is open or closed to ensure the HVAC system and ductwork functions properly.

Motor quality and energy efficiency is critical

The motorized system that drives your dampers is of critical importance. You need to select a high-quality motor that can work for years, while making it easy to maintain the damper motor if something does go wrong.

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