Vicki Webb wrote:
> Hi All, I am posting this in the hopes that someone may know
> the whereabouts of a 10 horsepower, 220v 3-phase Spencer blower.
You'll need to know a bit more about the blower you're wanting to
replace other than just the horsepower! There are differences in
specifications of the static pressure that can be generated by a blower
of this size. There should be a nameplate on the blower housing. The
diameter of the housing, referred to as the "drum", is important also!
You'll probably have your best success posting a want ad on Jerrell
Kautz's Theatreorgans page; the URL is http://theatreorgans.com/
From the main menu, you should be able to find the link to get to
the classifieds ad. There's no charge for this.
Wish I could help you out, but the largest Spencer I have in my
inventory is 7.5 HP!
> If someone knows of a blower, I would purchase it and loan it
> to the theatre until theirs is fixed.
What are you going to do with it afterward??
Be warned, however: these large blowers do NOT come cheap! It also
takes some heavy rigging movers to get them dismantled and then
While you're there, you could visit my Web-Page also! The URL is
Richard Schneider, President
Schneider Pipe Organs, Inc.
Kenney, IL 61749-0137
[ The blower will eventually be used with a large organ which Vicki
[ is assembling now, but she is giving priority to helping repair
[ the incapacitated organ at Old Town Music Hall. -- Robbie