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 Posted: Thu Dec 4th, 2014 04:39 am
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alternating and direct current ceiling fans 1894-98.

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Ceiling, wall, and desk fans 98.

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1894 HC ceiling fans introduced.

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1894 HC ceiling fans both AC and DC circuit.  The last paragraph.

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Can't say I've ever seen a H-C ceiling fan AC or DC! Has anyone else seen these?

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Chuck Abernathy wrote: Can't say I've ever seen a H-C ceiling fan AC or DC! Has anyone else seen these?

Bingo, Chuck. I can't recall a single book scan I have done that revealed even ONE image of an  H-C ceiling fan. Yet I see them advertised in articles spanning 94-98. Starting in 03 H-C specifically made direct drive ventilators, fan motors were discontinued.

 

Crocker Wheeler provided an image of one of their CFs in 93. 

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Russ Huber wrote: Chuck Abernathy wrote: Can't say I've ever seen a H-C ceiling fan AC or DC! Has anyone else seen these?

Bingo, Chuck. I can't recall a single book scan I have done that revealed even ONE image of an  H-C ceiling fan. Yet I see them advertised in articles spanning 94-98. Starting in 03 H-C specically made direct drive ventilators, fan motors were discontinued.

 

Crocker Wheeler provided an image of one of their CFs in 93. 

Psssssssst.......is that a Diehl blade bracket on that CW ceiling fan??  Hmmmmm.....

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Marelli used a similar bracket.

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These same brackets were on the Lundell Ceiling Fan Motor Outfit (1893) I got from Kurt House, but who knows where he got them.

 

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The only ad I have found does not clearly show what the Lundell bracket looked like on the CF Outfit.

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Oh, that was the display I made from the ad...here's an ad.

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Oh, that Marelli fan was the "Guts" I used to make my avatar fan from.

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Billy Hochhausen of the Excelsior Electric Company.  Those CF blade brackets got around there Chuckaroo! :D

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Chuck Abernathy wrote: Can't say I've ever seen a H-C ceiling fan AC or DC! Has anyone else seen these?
:wondering:

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Jim Kovar wrote: Chuck Abernathy wrote: Can't say I've ever seen a H-C ceiling fan AC or DC! Has anyone else seen these?
:wondering:

H-C was offering alternating or direct current ceiling fans starting in 94.

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:cry:  Sad news, for sure!

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What I question is if H-C was marketing another manufacturers CFs with their tag to include them with their fan motor line.

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Russ Huber wrote: What I question is if H-C was marketing another manufacturers CFs with their tag to include them with their fan motor line.
They did market non-H-C items but
I'm not aware of them re-tagging
anything with their name.

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Jim Kovar wrote: Russ Huber wrote: What I question is if H-C was marketing another manufacturers CFs with their tag to include them with their fan motor line.
They did market non-H-C items but
I'm not aware of them re-tagging
anything with their name.


Nobody appears to be aware of an H-C CF, being their own, or another manufacturers fan, Jim. That is the point of this post. :D

 

In many cases when an early manufacturer is advertising a product without image it is not their product.

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Russ Huber wrote: Nobody appears to be aware of an H-C CF, being their own, or another manufacturer's fan...
I suspect that is the case,... but
to quote a revered Arkansan,
"Never say never."

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