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 Posted: Mon Mar 23rd, 2020 10:22 pm
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Jim Kovar
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Any Falcons known to exist?

Got one?  Show it!   :D








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 Posted: Tue Mar 24th, 2020 05:21 am
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Russ Huber
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1901.

THE FALCON FAN MOTOR for direct current is one of the leading fan motors on the market. It is made in three sizes, 12, 15 and 18 inches; finished in black enamel with polished brass fan and guard. In operation this fan is noiseless

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I can't find any mention of the Falcon fan motor in 1902 electrical trade.

12" and 16" Falcon fan motors introduced in 1900.

12", 15", and 18" Falcon fan motor models for 1901.

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Russ Huber wrote: 1901.

THE FALCON FAN MOTOR...  ...one of the leading fan motors on the market...

Surely there are some yet to be found.  :thumbup

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Jim Kovar
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Falcon motor...


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This would definately be a rare one to find.

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 Posted: Wed Mar 25th, 2020 05:39 am
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Hot on the market in 93. The company was in receivership the following year. A one season run fan motor with wood bearings.  :D

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Triad Essex gyros hit the market in 05.....doors closed in 09, they couldn't pay their taxes.  :D 

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