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Direct drive air register damper

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #4413774.

The present invention is concerned with an improved automatic, direction drive damper device constructed for installation over the terminal openings of furnace duct boots residing within room registers, said device being used as a part of a forced air heating/cooling system for the purpose of controlling and regulating the flow of the heating/cooling medium passing into individual rooms from furnace duct. Direct drive damper means include damper housing with rotatable damper plate, said plate having an integral shaft attached directly and removably to drive shaft of motor means, said damper plate being rotatable between open and closed positions by direct drive motor means when said motor means respond to commands of room thermostat.

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