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 Posted: Sat Nov 11th, 2017 05:03 pm
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Russ Huber
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1.  The 93 introduction bipolar fan motor outfits.

2. The full nickel plate Noxall/American(east coast and Midwest) bipolar fan motors.

3. The early 20th century introduction DC desk & bracket fan motor the Zephyr.

4. The 16" DC only Menominee fan motor introduced in 1911

5. The 9" DC only Menominee fan motor mentioned in 13.

6  The multi season manufactured Menominee battery fan motor

7. The ones I neglected to mention. :D   

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 Posted: Sat Nov 11th, 2017 07:33 pm
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Ron Jeter
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Russ: The only  Mesco battery fan I have is  type 3619 (8in.)

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Ron Jeter wrote: Russ: The only  Menominee battery fan I have is  type 3619 (8in.)
Got a picture or two to share of it, Ron?

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32 volt DC  8" Staghorn. you've seen this one before.

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Sorry Russ, I have two Mesco(s) one Battery and the other is 110v (DC). Confused, I was thinking Mesco!!

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Ron Jeter wrote: Sorry Russ, I have two Mesco(s) one Battery and the other is 110v (DC). Confused, I was thinking Mesco!!
No problem, Ron.  Even when you make a mistake it's interesting. :D

Menominee battery fan-  8" blade 10 volt with trunnion base.

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