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 Posted: Wed Feb 12th, 2020 12:38 am
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Jan Hendriks
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Hello  , 
                          This ones for you dad ,


    I've seen inside enough fans over the last decade or so, to recognise good engineering, a fan motor that sits on a ball bearing race and a adjustable split bush to hold the armature shaft , with some slop in the bush, I handed the front cover to my machinist mate Murry to have replaced ,a phone call later that day and he explains that "no need" the two grubscrews on either side of the greaser are there to close the 10 though split when the bush becomes worn.
Murry also machined up  a brass replica left hand bolt and thumb screw for the oscillating wheel adjustment.
 Also supplied a new  shaft that holds the oscillating wheel
 
blade hub was silver soldered back on to the fingers and new wings fitted,
A new cage was fabricated …. :cool:  thought it easier to make a new one than clean the old one  



split bush






Again I must thank good mate Rick for the use of his authentic ,ya car'nt beat it  :D latest formula Japan



I nickel plated all hardware 






pinstriped with the one shot metallic gold 










Fan runs super quite ..


Dutch Delfs Blauw  [ Delfs Blue used for photo shoot] 




Fan ..made in Holland ,spent its life in Cairo Egypt, rescued from the market, :D by Pete Moulds, then made its way to Indonesia , Pete kindly put it in his personal luggage on a flight he took  to Perth, Australia where Jim sent it across country to me ..so a well travelled fan Eh.
   ..A fan, that now has a very special meaning to me ..  
cheers from down here
 Jan

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George Durbin
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Wow!

Geo...




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 Posted: Wed Feb 12th, 2020 10:57 am
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Rick Powell
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Know your Dad is very happy with it, great job!

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 Posted: Wed Feb 12th, 2020 12:15 pm
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David Kilnapp
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Superb restoration! Rick’s work is without equal! Who did the pinstripes?

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David Kilnapp
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Superb restoration! Rick’s work is without equal! Who did the pinstripes?

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Steven P Dempsey
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What is the Japan "Recipe"

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Steve Sherwood
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Very nice.

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John Smalley
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once again great craftsmanship

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Michael Rathberger
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I guess you know you're a craftsman when MAKING a cage is easier than cleaning one.
Really nice fan...

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Alex Rushing
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That is stunning! Love seeing over-engineered beauties like that!

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Sean Campbell
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Jan, that fan is totally bada$$! What is the year out of curiosity?

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Jan Hendriks
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Always like to thank those who respond with a comment to my posts , thank you

Sean ,
 I only own a couple of EMI s' ,so my knowledge on these fans is very limited
at a guess the year would be in the 20s 

David , 
I do all work here , japanning ,pinstripes ,nickel plating ,blade's, cages etc  
Steven ,
 has been previous  posts on the "formula" explaining why for commercial and safety reasons its not made public, Rick kindly lets me help ,by testing and applying his results here Down under ..

Rick .
.as you said, it did bring a much needed  smile to dads face  :D

     while I'm here , here's' my other Dutchman HU 319    10" unrestored but has a new cage 

cheers jan








Thank you ...

Last edited on Sun Feb 16th, 2020 03:55 am by Jan Hendriks

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Absolutely beautiful Jan.

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