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 Posted: Tue Jul 2nd, 2019 10:54 pm
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George Durbin
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Picked up this commercial beast! Aluminum 19" fan... handle is heavy and welded and made to be moved! The cage is 1/4 inch wire stock!

https://youtu.be/IWkOXZkJx9o

Geo...


Got this from Stephen Osdene


Possibly an ARMAWIND made in Charlotte, North Carolina. In Kurt House’s book. Maybe a transformer cooler.



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Is this a post or pre 50 fan?

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Electrical World - Volume 132 - Page 24

1949 - ‎Snippet view - ‎Quick adjustment of fan angle — from 30 degrees below horizontal to vertical. Can be mounted permanently on a pipe structure. ArmaWind Transformer Cooling Fans have "stood up" for 15 years. One utility company has ... 







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