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Air Compr Motor, 5 HP, 3450 rpm, 230V, 56HZ

CENTURY

Price: $376.50 / each

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  • Item # 1ATA9
  • Mfr. Model # B813
  • UNSPSC # 26101604
  • Catalog Page # 41
  • Shipping Weight 43.6 lbs.
Country of Origin MexicoCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemAir Compressor Motor
  • Motor ApplicationAir Compressors
  • Motor TypeCapacitor-Start
  • EnclosureOpen Dripproof
  • HP5
  • Nameplate RPM3450
  • Frame56HZ
  • Voltage230
  • Hz60
  • Phase1
  • Full Load Amps22.0
  • MountingBase
  • Thermal ProtectionManual
  • Insulation ClassB
  • Service Factor1.00
  • BearingsBall
  • Max. Ambient Temp.40 Degrees C
  • RotationCCWSE
  • Overall Length14-1/8"
  • Shaft Dia.7/8"
  • Shaft Length2-1/4"
  • DutyContinuous
  • Capacitor IncludedYes
  • RPM Range3001-3600
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1-Phase Commercial-Duty Open Dripproof Air Compressor Motors
• Type: capacitor-start Mounting: rigid welded base Max. ambient: 40°C Bearings: ball
Direct replacements for selected air compressors including Dayton®, Speedaire®, Ingersoll-Rand, Campbell Hausfeld, Sanborn, Champion, Coleman, Quincy, and others. Mechanical features provide long life in high-tension, belt-type loads, which typically shorten motor life. High breakdown torque ensures dependable service.
UL Recognized and CSA Certified.
Note: Use on other applications voids warranty.
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START CAPACITOR : 216-260 MFD 250VAC RUN CAPACITOR: 30 MFD 370VAC ROUND.
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My compressor shut off after several hours of use sandblasting, can't find re-set button so I can get motor running again.
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The thermo reset should be on the end of the motor opposite of the shaft, it will be a round red pushbutton.
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Yes this motor will run just fine at 220V.
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No, this motor is rated for 230v only. A 5hp air compressor motor at 115v will require a 100A breaker (Not common).
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