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You can look at part numbers 5CNC8 oval 15 mfd @ 440 vac, and 5CMY7 round 15 mfd @ 440 vac. These may work in your application.

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Those are the specs of a motor run capacitor and we have them. 2MDV9, 2MEC5. They come in oval and round shapes.

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1/2 hp, 115 v, 5.8 amp, 1050 rpm
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We do not carry this model number. We can certainly go direct to the manufacturer to get pricing and availability for you with a Grainger account, or you may use our Motor match function on grainger.com to search using the specs of your motor. You may simply type motor match in the search engine field to get started. If you need further assistance, please contact us 800-323-0620.
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I have a fractional HP intermittant run motor and need a new thermal overload link. 230 volt, 1 amp, 133 degrees.
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The link that you need may be an OEM part specific to that motor. It would be best to call Grainger's Technical Product Support Team with more information about the motor so we can do a thorough search for that part for you. 800 472 4643

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It doesnt have to be very fast, or very strong, I would like basically a hook that twists 6 times and stops, will probably control it with a foot switch.

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There are several ways to do this. An example of one of them is using a small gearmotor (5CFL3) and an off delay relay (6CUW3). You can set the relay time for 6 turns incrementally with infinte control. It would be best to give Grainger's Technical Product Support Team a call and we can fine tune your solution. 800 472 4643

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john controls

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Please give Grainger's Technical Product Support Team a call and we can answer all of your questions concerning motor speed control. 800 472 4643

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I'm looking for a replacement motor for an old Taylor faceting machine.
The orgional was Westinghouse
AC motor
Style: 316P001-B
Serial: EYJ
Frame: A48
HP: 1/4
PH: 1
TYPE: FHT
RPM: 1725
SERVIVE FACTOR: 00
CYCLES: 60
CODE: S
VOLTS: 115
AMP: 5.2
DEG C RISE: 50
HOURS: CONT
HOUSING: OPEN
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The Grainger item number for a replacement motor will be 48Z077.
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I apologize but I am not sure I understand your question. If you need the address of our Grainger in Austin there are two of them. The addresses are 6006 E Ben White Blvd Austin 78741 and 7950 Research Blvd Ste 101 Austin. If that did not answer your question, please contact us at 1-800-Grainger. Thank you for using Grainger Ask & Answer.
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For business customers we offer a special order service for specific parts not stocked by Grainger. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger for more information regarding ordering this specific item. Thank you for using Grainger Ask & Answer.
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I have a 1/3 hp motor with an rpm of 1750... I want to reduce speed to approximately 500... can this be done with pulleys, and what sizes are needed. Or, can I get a rheostat that will do the same???
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You can reduce the RPM with a jack shaft arrangement using contrasting pulley sizes. You can also accomplish this with a mechanical speed reducer. If that is an AC motor with an internal speed switch then electrically it is not practical to control it with a rheostat/voltage divider. I suggest giving us a call and let one of our Motors Technicians determine the lowest price option for your application. 1-800-Grainger

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