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Auger Motor RPM

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by Topshelf, Oct 3, 2010.

  1. Topshelf

    Topshelf New Member

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    I'm looking to stock up on my auger/stirer motors for this winter. I have a Englander/Timberidge 49TRC22.
    Last season was my first burning a pellet stove and well I think I replaced every part on the stove under warranty.
    So well now that my warranty is just about up I dont want to get caught without parts when its 20 degrees out on a sunday afternoon in February.
    Englanders parts are priced like a Mercedes Benz or John Deere dealership and I have found 2-3 sites that sell parts. My Stove calls for a CCW 2.4 RPM and a 4 RPM motors. Well I cant find a 2.4 RPM motor. I find a 2 and a 2.25 rpm.

    Anyone have any suggestions on parts sites to search?
    https://www.surpluscenter.com/sort.asp?catname=electric&keyword=GIAL is one site I found
    http://www.gleasonavery.com/catalog/pellet-corn-stove-motors.html is another but is very pricey compared to the above site.

    64K question. Is a 0.4-0.15 RPM really a big deal when it is only going to cycle on for 5-10 seconds average?

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  2. smwilliamson

    smwilliamson Minister of Fire

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    that RPM difference will not make any noticeable difference. Also, if it makes shopping easier, you can reverse the direction of any CW gear motor to CCW by flipping the coil. Do you want Grainger part numbers? $80-$90 per motor (Englander $135) and the motors are better quality.

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