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 Posted: Sat Sep 11th, 2021 11:14 pm
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Louis Luu
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Trying to find out more about this fan.  Arrived today.  British made.








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 Posted: Sat Sep 11th, 2021 11:34 pm
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Jim Kovar
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Wow!, that's wild.  :clap:

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 Posted: Sun Sep 12th, 2021 12:57 am
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Thomas Peters
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Indeed it is Jim, with both color and design.

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 Posted: Sun Sep 12th, 2021 01:40 pm
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Jim Kovar
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Love the "prop."

Pitch variable?

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 Posted: Sun Sep 12th, 2021 01:45 pm
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I have no idea what Pitch variable is? If you are referring to the grotesque lime green...yes it is ugly. I do like the aluminum blade and propeller design. Need to get it redone in a different green though. I like the red center propeller screw.

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 Posted: Mon Sep 13th, 2021 12:37 am
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Jim Kovar
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Louis Luu wrote: I have no idea what Pitch variable is?
Is the pitch variable?



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 Posted: Mon Sep 13th, 2021 01:04 am
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Louis Luu
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Jim...I don't think I ever seen a variable blade on a fan before...would be neat. Change the pitch to move the air instead of the speed of the blade.

Mine is just cast aluminum. Neat art deco look. But that lime green has to go.

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Just quickly glancing at the blades, I would ask the same question as Jim about about potential variable pitch. We can always dream of finding a new fan mechanism...lol.

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 Posted: Tue Sep 14th, 2021 02:05 am
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Louis Luu
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I do see what you are saying base on the picture.

I doubt it is variable pitch...have not taken the blade off yet. I just assume it was one single piece.

How would the pitch be regulated? Spring tension, inner rotor assembly attached to a lever?

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Louis Luu
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WOW...really neat.  I would leave the cone out.  Would love to convert a franken fan into one of these with an aluminum blade.



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The green is unusual, but original. Yours is the third I’ve seen in 30 years.

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 Posted: Thu Sep 16th, 2021 02:34 pm
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Good morning Tony. Thank for the information. I guess I'll learn to live with the lime green.

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