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What does a damper do in HVAC?

The heating, ventilating and air conditioning damper. A duct damper is a plate located in the ductwork that regulates the flow of air into and out of the house. The damper is used in zone control systems.HVAC Damper. An HVAC damper (also known as a duct damper) is a mobile plate, located in the duct, that regulates the air flow and redirects it to specific areas of the house. The dampers are usually used in zone control or zone control systems.

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