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im doing reserch for an idea of mine and dont fully understand the details when looking up moters so i cant tell how much power is needed to run the moters im looking at i just heard of your company from and friend and hope u can help
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Power can be measured in watts which can be determined by Amps X Volts. We indicate the full load amps (FLA) in our catalog for power calculations. I suggest you call Grainger's Technical Product Support team and we can answer any more power questions that you may have. 800 472 4643

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At 220 volts, you will need 25 ampere circuit minimum for 7.5 hp.
Need at least a 30 amp breaker.
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Replace single phase with a split phase

If i replace a 1/4hp single phase motor with a split phase 1/4 hp do i need 3 wires?
(This is a belt drive motor for my furnace blower.)
Is this even a good idea?
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In order to better assist you we will need additional information. Please call 1-800-Grainger to speak with a Customer Service Agent.
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You just need the 115 volt wire & neutral. The split phase motor will have brown leads for a capacitor. The mfd rating of the capacitor will be on the motor. Also, be sure to get a motor with roughly the same rpm. Good luck.
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This motor is a OEM part for Trane. We do not have a replacement. If you can provide us with a Trane part number we may be able to order the replacement. The other option is to go through Trane direct.

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Cross reference for Emerson motor

My air condition motor quit. emerson is no longer making these. Is there a cross reference I can use to see if another motor is available ? The motor is a hp 1/16 rpm 1625/1380/1300 Thank You,
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We do have a search engine tool on Grainger.com that allows you to search for motors by the specs of it. If you type in motor match in the white search engine box it will start the process and allow you to narrow your search by the specs of the motor. If you need further assistance, please call us at 800-323-0620.
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wireing 3m505

I have a new 3m505 fan motor and a 3ay38 powersupply cord .
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The information you requested has been emailed to you.
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This is a multi speed motor, 1500/1200/850 although I don't necessarily need a 3 pd motor. It is 115V 1.9/1.3/.9 amps.
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The fan is installed in a duct to circulate heat from the fire place around the room to minimize hot and cold spots in the room. The room temps even out great but you need ear plugs for the noise and can not enjoy the room as it was constructed to be a entertainment room. Are there any 5" in line fans that might work in this application?
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There are many variables when dealing with ducted in-line fans. I would suggest calling our HVAC tech team to discuss the temperatures and ducting for your application.
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Any idea what type of motor should be installed on a KeepRite model # HGF060 NS and serial # 7244163718 furnace?

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I am sorry, we can not gather the info we need to find the correct motor. We will need all of the info off of the motor nameplate and a mearusrement of the shaft would also be helpful. With that info, call Grainger'sTechnical Product Support Team at 800 472 4643 to find the correct motor.

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I have a Dayton utility heater in my pool equipment room, the motor has stopped working & can't seem to find one online...Any idea where I might be able to locate one?
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following.

The replacement motor is parts number 60M196. This needs to be ordered through our parts department.

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You may use Grainger.com motor match selection guide to help locate a motor. In the search engine field, you may type motor match to start the process. You will then determine if it is AC or DC motor and make your selection based off that information. Once you have determined if it is AC or DC, you may use the specs you have to narrow the search to find a motor for you. If you need further assistance, please contact us 888-361-8649.
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