Evaporative Cooler Motor, 115V, CCWLE, Ball
Average Rating: 4
|Item||Evaporative Cooler Motor|
|Motor Type||Split Phase|
|Number of Speeds||1|
|Full Load Amps||6.5|
|Length Less Shaft||7-15/16"|
|Ring to Ring Center||7-7/16"|
|RPM Range||1400 to 1800|
- Designed for evaporative coolers, pumps, and other devices in high-moisture environments. Moisture-resistant features include: plated hardware and switch parts, fungus treatment, and double-dip varnish.
- UL Recognized and CSA Certified.
- Ring dia.: 2-1/2" Service factor: 1.0, except 5DVX1 is 1.25 and 4UE50 is 1.15 Insulation: Class B Max. ambient: 40 C Thermal protection: auto
Average Product Rating: 4based on 1 reviews
Replaced my Norweco Singulair Aerator motor with this motorMonday, December 13, 2010
I'm not recommending you do this - but I have and so far it's working fine. I have a septic system with a Norweco Singulair Aerator motor: Model 96; 60Hz; 1725rpm; HP 1/6; Volts 115; Amps 4.0; Frame F56Z; Motor Ref; Motor Ref: R611736B198B; LR22132. To replace it cost $460 from my dealer (part only, add $176 for service call/install), the new Norweco model is model 206C, 1/6 hp, 1725rpm, 4A, 56 (motor size). All the hardware on my old one was good, just the motor died after 8 years. I decided to try this inexpensive motor since it's the same size. It's not an fully enclosed motor and it doesn't have bearings, but I wanted to try something inexpensive first and see how it goes. I used the old hardware and fitted it to the motor. The shaft diameter is only 1/2" on this new motor, so I ordered a 3-pack of Dayton 3FJL1 Sleeve Bearings 533851 to increase the shaft diameter to 5/8", which worked fine (I used 2 of them). I have the motor go on at 6AM and off at 10PM. That way it only goes on once/day instead of switching it on/off every hour which damages the motor. We'll see how long this new one lasts. I paid $65 including shipping and the sleeves from drillspot.com. They shipped it very fast. Again - I'm not recommending you do this - I'm just reporting what I did.