Get a motor that's designed for the high amb. temp. air that this motor will be seeing.a Trane AC unit driving the fan on the outside cooling unit.
If you know the shaft diameter and rotation direction Grainger can probably set you up with an electrically, and maybe even mechanically, equivalent drop-in replacement. You can go 1/5 hp or slightly larger.CL B INS CONT AIR OVER
HZ = 60
PH = 1
RPM = 1075
HP = 1/5
V = 200-230
A = 1.5
Grainger help select a proprietary motor replacement? You must not deal with Grainger very much. They cannot help anyone. You could call Burger King. Grainger sells parts and equipment. They help know one.If you know the shaft diameter and rotation direction Grainger can probably set you up with an electrically, and maybe even mechanically, equivalent drop-in replacement. You can go 1/5 hp or slightly larger.
Tell them the shaft has to be vertical. It supposedly makes a difference in the bearing construction.
Table 430.248 (table 9.2 in this link) is more pessimistic about the current draw for a motor this size
which makes me think, again, that the NEC uses 95th percentile values.
This motor is already only 50% efficient.
Better reply. It avoidsI am surprised Grainger was able to help. In my dealings with them, no part number no part.
Good to hear some positive remarks concerning Grainger, since I have zero positive comments regarding them. :no:I personally have never had a problem. Used them extensively to engineer repairs for some very old aerospace training equipment and always found them helpful. Saved my bacon this time. Part number was worthless. Gave them the specs from the motor label and they gave me a solution.
To bad we do not have that type of help here. The counter people know nothing. I always had to call tech support for minimal assistance. Thats why I use a motor shop. They usually do not like to fool around with HVAC fractional's as replacing is always cheaper than repairing them.As you say, everyone's experience is different. My motor issue was fairly simple. Over the phone I was directed towards a significantly more expensive motor which I didn't need. I walked into the local office and worked with a very smart man there who got me exactly what I needed. Nothing complicated here in AZ as AC motors burn up all the time and there were several other people at the counter with significantly less information than I had attempting to buy replacements. But he did take the time and had the smarts to get it right the first time.
Yes.Defamation? How can it be when it's true.
I have serious concerns about you. Have you seen a doctor lately? A shrink? If you can TRY to turn a conversation about cross referencing motors into a legal conversation, you are in the wrong place. :whistling2:Yes.
"The most important defense to an action for defamation is "truth", which is an absolute defense to an action for defamation."
The problem is,
is on you to prove that they have never helped anyone.
There may even be some doctrine where, even if it is true, your intent was to defame rather than bring to light some useful truth.
Ms. Leah, you can step in here anytime you want to