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Usually, fans and blowers have DC motors that allow you to increase or decrease the airflow very efficiently. Fan motors merely torque up the shaft of the fan which in turn causes the blades attached to it to rotate. Hence, the air circulation is confined mostly in and around the area where the fan is located. Contrary to this, blower motors use the kinetic energy created by the impellers to increase or decrease the volume of the airflow.