|Item Weight||5.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 8 x 8 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Ametek Lamb Vacuum Blower / Motor 120 Volts 116392-00 (Clarke 44906A, Pacific S591P, Tennant 130415) - ClimaTek
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It *does* have a place to ground the motor. It took me about 10 minutes to install the new one and wire it up because I had already removed the old one. If you haven’t done this before I think it can be done in 30-45 minutes total. If you have to do it a second time someday, you can do the whole thing in 10 minutes if you’ve had some experience.
This motor is very quiet compared to how loud the old one had become. It may be *slightly* slower to lift than the old motor was when it was new, but it works like a champ and I have no issues. Honestly, the old one had been compromised for so long I don’t remember how fast it used to be.
I’d like to know more about the two motors I was considering. The more expensive one may move air more quickly, and thus raise my boat more quickly. That *might* be worth the additional cost. On the other hand, this works well and arrived the next day with one-day shipping, and that’s exactly what I needed.
I think that since this motor is sitting by the water year around it will likely fail every 3-5 years like my last one did. At least now I can control the cost and, more importantly, the timing of such repairs. If I had to call a shop for this repair it certainly would’ve included at least a minimum labor charge and at least $160 (if not more like $300) for a Hydrohoist blower. Worse, who knows how long it would be before somebody came out to do the job. For a boater, the only thing worse than spent money is lost time.
If your blower motor is starting to sound like it has bits of gravel inside, buy one of these and keep it on hand. At this price I think I’ll order an extra so that I always have one ready in the garage. My older-version of the controller (see pic) is part number 582200, Control - Interim 1V/1M Complete Assembly (from the service tag) manufactured May 6, 2003 (?). The newer ones come in a differently shaped housing, but the internal components are essentially the same.
Good luck and happy boating.
Since it has a brushed universal motor, it is easily speed controlled with a simple lamp dimmer or a Variac. It will run on both AC and DC power.
Between the blower speed control and the propane regulator, I can create any size flame I wish, and any type I wish (reducing, neutral or oxidizing).
The blower is well built and nicely balanced. At full speed it does not vibrate at all.
I'm sure it's good for a vacuum cleaner, but I can tell you that it's great for a gas forge blower, and it has a lot more CFM and static pressure than the typical squirrel cage fan blower others use.
I thought the protective black cap that goes above the fan motor way too small, because the blade started grinding against the protection cap, and thought that was the issue. So I replaced the new cap with the one from the original motor I had which had more room. I turned it on again, ran for 2 minutes and then it began to smell of burnt again and shut the entire system.