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Circulating Fan HVAC

The circulating fan in an HVAC furnace is an important component of the system that helps circulate the heated or cooled air throughout the home. The fan, also known as the blower, is typically located in the air handler of the furnace. Its primary function is to move the air through the ductwork, allowing it to reach all the rooms in the house.

Circulating Fan HVAC system is powered by an electric motor and is controlled by the thermostat. When the thermostat senses that the temperature in the house has dropped below the set point, it sends a signal to the furnace to turn on the fan, which then begins to circulate the heated air through the ducts.

The fan speed can be adjusted to control the flow of air through the ducts. This can be important for maintaining a consistent temperature throughout the home and for reducing energy consumption.

In addition to circulating heated or cooled air, the fan also plays a role in removing air contaminants, such as dust and pollen, from the home. It does this by drawing the air through the furnace's air filter, which removes the contaminants before the air is distributed through the ducts.

Overall, the Circulating Fan HVAC system plays a key role in maintaining a comfortable indoor temperature and in providing clean, healthy air to breathe.

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