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Air Gearmotor

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  • Item # 4Z412
  • Mfr. Model # 1UP-GR11 Series
  • UNSPSC # 27131508
  • Catalog Page # N/A
  • Shipping Weight 4.45 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemAir Gearmotor
  • TypeRotary Vane
  • MaterialCast Iron
  • HP0.33
  • Running Torque @ Max. Pressure & RPM (In. Lbs.)82
  • Stall Tourque (In. Lbs.)95.0
  • CFM19
  • Max. RPM400
  • RPM @ Max. Torque40
  • Gear Ratio15:1
  • Max. Air Pressure (PSI)80
  • Port Size (In.)NPT 1/8
  • RotationREV
  • MountingFace
  • Shaft Dia. (In.)1/2
  • Shaft Length (In.)1.38
  • Keyway (In.)1.38
  • Length (In.)7.31
  • Width (In.)2.93
  • Height (In.)2.93
  • Temp.250
  • IncludesHigh Strength Steel Output Shaft with Key and Plastic Cover, Tapered Roller Bearing and Hardened Polished Steel Worm Mating with Forged, Heat Treated High Manganese Bronze Worm gear, AGMA #8 Lubricant in Gear Chamber

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I'm looking to replace one of these motors with a similar (physical dimension) motor with preferably more torque. Currently, the compressor (80 gal) cannot handle the air load of this motor without making the compressor run almost constantly. A consumption of 19CFM is a little taxing.

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You would be referring to an electric gearmotor. The physical size and mounting would be much different in that type of drive. I suggest that you type in our search engine simply, gearmotor, and you can see the differences in size and characteristics.

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