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 Posted: Sun Dec 8th, 2019 02:42 am
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Russ Huber
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Spotted one in a Geoff Dunaway workshop meet photo of past behind the Peerless. 1900-02 Holtzer-Cabot redesigned their DC desk fan motor housing with cast field. 97-99 models of that type had a laminated field. 


Eck got pissed at electrical trade 01-02 for comparing Holtzer-Cabot field like Eck.  Eck wrote electrical trade which in turn wrote an article correcting the comparison. :D 

 https://books.google.com/books?id=9NRLAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA176&dq=The+Hurricane+Fan+Motor+Design+Holtzer&hl=en&sa=X&ei=TPB9VN2vHcOGyASa_oKgBw&ved=0CDIQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=The%20Hurricane%20Fan%20Motor%20Design%20Holtzer&f=false

1902 was the last season for Holtzer desk fans on the market.

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Holtzer Cabot remember had Edwin Pillsbury in their fan motor department before he left to Emerson 94-95. Prior to that Edwin was in the C&C and Crocker-Wheeler fan motor departments. 

While GE had their slow poke shaded pole start fan motor in 95, Holtzer had a rockin 0 to 60 centrifugal start offered same year. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8bhwYxeJgo

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Russ Huber wrote:...the Peerless.
:wondering:  So, which side should the

motor tilt T-handle be on?




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Jim Kovar wrote: Russ Huber wrote:...the Peerless.
:wondering:  So, which side should the

motor tilt T-handle be on?





The side that works for owner. Possession is 9/10ths of the law.

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Russ Huber wrote: The side that works for owner.
Owner,...  sinistral or dextral?  :thumbup

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But, but, but,...  what about?...   :wondering:




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No! I didn't doctor the ad.   :shock:

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