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York S1-026-32627-700 10X8 Ccw Blower Wheel;1/2 Inch Bore

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The York S1-026-32627-700 is a 10x8 counter-clockwise blower wheel that moves air properly through your HVAC system. This wheel has an 8-inch wide blade diameter and a 10-inch diameter. Its 1/2-inch bore allows it to be mounted securely onto compatible motors. The angled blades generate airflow as they rotate counterclockwise, which is essential for evenly distributing heat and coolness throughout your house. When your original wheel becomes worn out or damaged, this replacement part, which is frequently found in York furnaces restores airflow and increases performance. The York S1-026-32627-700 blower wheel contributes to the smooth operation of your HVAC system, enhancing comfort and possibly even saving energy expenses by guaranteeing adequate air circulation.

HVAC Wheel Parts,
Manufacturer Name: York
Product Number: S1-026-32627-700
OEM Part Number: S1-026-32627-700
Product Description: 10X8 Ccw Blower Wheel;1/2"Bore

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