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Belimo Damper Motor Retrofit Kits

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ON ALL MOTORS!

5 things you should know about Replacing Obsolete Damper Motors. 

Free shipping to continental USA only.   Shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, and International shipping to Canada extra, please place the order and factory will advise of additional shipping amounts prior to shipping. Credit Cards will not be charged until shipping amounts are verified. 

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BH Kit 1

$88.00

 

Belimo to Honeywell ZD, ARD, M847D Retrofit Damper Motor Kit

 

 

Instructions

 

LMB24 Kit 2

$97.00

 

 

Belimo to Ztech and Buetler Zoning Systems Retrofit Damper Motor Kit

 

Instructions

 

LMB24 Kit 3

$119.00

 

 






Belimo to  Trol A Temp Honeywell MSTN and  EWC MAN  retrofit damper motor  kit 



Instructions

LMB Kit 4

$97.00

 

 

 

TFB Kit1

$108.00  

 

Two-Wire Spring Return Version

of BH Kit1

Available in 24 or 120 Volt

 

 

 

 

TFB Kit2

$117.00

 

Two-Wire Spring

Version

  of LMB24 Kit2

Available in 24 or 120 Volt



TFB Kit3
$117.00
 

Two-Wire Spring Return Version

  of LMB24 Kit4

Available in 24 or 120 V

 

 

 TFB Kit7
$139.99

Durozone 35141 / 35142 Replacement Motor Kit 7 with Belimo TFB Motor.  Available in 24V (for replacing 35141) or 120V (for replacing 35142)

Instructions

     

SYN120 KIT 7

Durozone 35142 Replacement Motor Kit 7 with Synchron 120V Motor

Instructions

Special note :

Don’t see the Kit you need? We have many custom adapters that are not yet shown n the web site. Send us a few Camera phone pictures to support@retrozone.com”. Please dismount the entire motor assemblyom the damper, and send at least these pictures:

 

1. Pic of the motor assembly removed from damper, and show us the bottom of the motor as well as the

damper shaft or engagement slot where the motor connected, on the damper its self. We need to see what

adapter will connect to the existing damper can, to then work with the Belimo motor.

 

2. Pic of the top of the motor, and any brand and model labels that may be visible.

 

3. A picture of the zone control panel (if there is one) with cover removed, clear enough to see the wiring, as well as a picture of the zoning panel schematic inside the cover.

 

Send to support@retrozone.com, and we will advise you of your options.. In most cases, you will end up with a far, far better motor for less cost, than the original factory motor.

   


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