Re: NANFA-L-- I need help guys

Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- I need help guys
From: Doug Ebeling (
Date: Thu Aug 12 2004 - 11:02:16 CDT

Try American Sci & Surplus, lots of goodies for the work shop. Here is web
add'y and sample motor.

Timing Motor
This 115 VAC 4 rpm CW timing motor is 1-7/8" dia x 7/8" thick and has (2) 6"
leads. The 1/2" x 1/4" dia keyed shaft has a threaded 1/8" interior bore. A
7/16" dia sleeve surrounds the shaft.

Please enlighten us on your filter design. I image that you are working on
a rotating bio wheel or rotary screen mechanical filter for a central

Best Regards,
Doug Ebeling
Spring, Texas
Cypress Creek, San Jacinto River

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Date: Wed, 11 Aug 2004 15:54:36 EDT
Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- I need help guys

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In a message dated 8/11/04 6:26:36 AM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

> How about using a DC motor? The speed of a dc motor varies with the
> voltage applied. So if you get a 12 volt motor, and it goes too fast,
> then give it less voltage and it will slow down.
> Geoff

That's a good idea, I would need a motor that is rated for continuous use at
slow speeds. I have a rotisserie motor but it's not rated for continuos use.


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