Question: What Is A Duct Damper?



Answer: Duct dampers are used in an HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) to that help control the air flow of air from the AC units or a furnace. If desired, dampers can be used to prevent such air from entering certain areas of a building. We offer various types of duct dampers including: butterfly dampers, volume dampers, offset pin dampers, dryer dampers, manual dampers, and motorized dampers. Using duct dampers to regulate air flow allows for better humidity and temperature control, restricts the flow of smoke or dangerous fumes, and gives homeowners better control to make their home more comfortable.



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