Re: Blower speed

Go to the nearest lowes or HD with a tape measure the pullies on similar units .Failing that check your furnace blower pully sizes...mjh
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"Silverpdx" writes:

As far as I know, Lau Blower is still in business in Cleveland, Oh.
Why not contact their tech service group?
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As an ex-Lau employee perhaps i can help you out. Lau is no longer in Cleveland, and recently no longer in Dayton Ohio either.
Let me know, or post to the group the width of the blower wheel, or squirrel cage as the 12" diameter had several wheel widths. Also, check to see if the blower shaft is 3/4 or 1 inch diameter. Either way the blower will be limited to no more than 3/4 horsepower unless you have ball bearings.
For what you want to do the model A12 blower is a little large for what you want so we will want run at fairly low rpms. For pulleys, you can use die-cast pulleys from TSC or maybe your local Borg if the have them.
E-mail me and i will let you know what you need.
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