|Item||Direct Drive Blower Motor|
|Full Load Amps||4.9|
|Max. Ambient Temp.||40 Degrees C|
|Duty||Continuous Air Over|
|Number of Speeds||3|
|Length Less Shaft||5-1/2"|
|Resilient Ring Dia.||2-1/4"|
|Ring to Ring Center||5-1/16"|
|Stud Pattern||3-5/8 x 3-5/8"|
|Stud Size||#8-32 x 5/8"|
|Standards||UL Recognized, CSA Certified|
|Application||Direct Drive Furnace Blowers, Unit Heaters, Air Conditioners, Many Other Shaft Mounted Fan and Blower Uses|
- Motors have quick-reversing leads. High-efficiency models feature a typical energy savings of 10% over standard-efficiency motors. Dayton motors include split ring adapter. Capacitor and mounting hardware sold separately on page 90.
- Motors are UL Recognized and CSA Certified.
- Enclosure: continuous, open air-over Mounting: ring/stud/band Ring dia.: 2-1/4" Body dia.: 5-5/8" Service factor: 1.0 Insulation: Class B Thermal protection: auto Bearings: sleeve Rotation: CW/CCW
Average Product Rating: 5based on 1 reviews
Excellent replacement for attic ventilatorMonday, May 16, 2011
I have an attic ventilator that I purchased at Home Depot that goes through fan motors every few years. Fortunately, they sell replacements but they only last 2-3 years before seizing. After going through several, I decided to buy a more robust replacement with more power, better build quality and hopefully longer service life. This motor fit the bill and is only 5/8” larger in diameter so I did have to modify the mounting bracket to make it fit. It runs more quietly and seems to move a lot more air probably because it is 1/3 HP vs. 1/7 HP for the older motor. This is an a/c blower motor so it should last a lot longer and the difference in cost between the lower quality replacement offered at Home Depot and this motor is less than $20. If your handy and can modify the mounting bracket to accommodate its larger diameter it will serve you well. By the way, the parts came from Grainger who actually charge more for it than Drillspot.com – go figure!
Quiet, powerful, reversible, well built