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- ItemAC Gearmotor
- Shaft OrientationParallel
- Nameplate RPM6.9
- Max. Torque35 in.-lb.
- Starting Torque42 in.-lb.
- Overhung Load3.5 lb.
- Input HP1/100
- Gear Ratio439:1
- Full Load Amps0.55
- Insulation ClassB
- Thermal ProtectionImpedance
- MountingAll Position
- Motor TypeShaded Pole
- Length Less Shaft2-5/8"
- BearingsOil Impregnated Sintered Bronze
- LubricationGrease Filled
- HousingDie Cast Zinc with Steel Cover
- Gear Case MaterialDie Cast Zinc with Steel Cover
- Gear MaterialDelrin and Powdered Iron
- Gear TypeHelical First Stage/Balance Spur
- ApplicationRestaurant Equipment, Water Softener Valve Controls
- RPM Range0 to 15
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I recently bought a Dayton Model 3M096 Gear Motor 7 RPM 1/100 hp 115V.
Now I want to buy one of those disc-shaped attachments that bolt onto motor axels. However, after having scoured the internet, I cannot find a single such attachment for a 5/16" shaft. I have seen these disc-things (or sheaves or sprockets--I'm not too up on the terminology, but I can work with anything that will fit the shaft and spin without slipping) with 1/2" bores, but I assume 1/2" is too large for the 3M096 motor axel.
Can you send me links to a few appropriate attachment pieces (metal discs, sprockets, sheaves, or anything) I might consider buying?
Thanks so much,
ps. My goals are diverse. I would like to use this motor to spin a steel sheet. I would like to use it to spin gears and pulleys, although I'm not sure what I need to buy to set up such systems.
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