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Trane WHL0496 10X8 Cw Blower Wheel; 1/2 Inch Bore

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The Trane WHL0496 is an essential part of your HVAC system, developed specifically as a replacement blower wheel for clockwise (CW) turning furnaces. The Trane WHL0496, which is 10 inches in diameter and 8 inches broad, connects effortlessly with a 1/2-inch motor shaft. The Trane WHL0496 wheel, designed for excellent air circulation, efficiently moves air throughout your heating and cooling system. This guarantees that the temperature and humidity levels remain consistent, making your living area more comfortable. It is commonly utilized in Trane models such as the WHL0496 to restore appropriate airflow and promote efficient operation.

HVAC Wheel Parts,
Manufacturer Name: Trane
Product Number: WHL0496
OEM Part Number: WHL0496
Product Description: 10X8 Cw Blower Wheel; 1/2"Bore

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