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  • Graniger # for a Sure Pik hand dryer

    Please.

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    Re: Graniger # for a Sure Pik hand dryer

    TheGMan143

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    posted November 27, 2001 09:29 PM
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    Originally posted by 82/70 king:
    I would like to buy the motors
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    I did a quick check on those motors, some are made by GE, and the rest by MagneTek... They spin at 3450 RPM. Our old motors were oddballs... they were made by Nakimi or Nakamici or something like that, and only ran at 1750 RPM.

    When we bought them from BDI, we had the option of buying the whole blower assembly or just the motor. We opted just for the motors, as the blower had a plastic cage instead of a metal one...and we had a pile of spare cages and housings already. If I remember right, they were fairly inexpensive... something like $26 or so.

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    BowlEquip
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    posted December 01, 2001 04:21 PM
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    Main motor info: they are nothing more than standard duty furnace motors (air handler for residential forced-air heat).
    You can get them for between $40 and $80 at Grainger. Sorry, but I don't have the Grainger number handy right now, but here are G.E.'s catalog numbers:
    1/4 hp: 4701
    1/3 hp: 4706 (Not recommended due to increased heat and amperage draw).
    Like the originals, these still have sleeve bearings. You might want to try to find ball bearing models for a little more $$.
    Unlike the originals, they are a little larger but fit OK in the 12-ball models; not sure about shorter units.
    PS: Howdy poplarpetey!!


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      Re: Graniger # for a Sure Pik hand dryer

      Stahl's Seventy's
      208-111-170-S Double Motor Only BS19 $41.40ea.
      If at first you don't succeed, try, try, again. Then quit. There's no use being a damn fool about it." -W.C.Fields

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        Re: Graniger # for a Sure Pik hand dryer

        I got a couple layin around, one is brand new the other is very close, we got rid of our sure piks awhile back so they serve no purpose for us.
        any offers?

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