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    Confused Snyder General Parts

    looking for fan blades for Snyder General model lvc-2100-1.

    I am unable to get any info else where.

    Any help would be appreciated.


    Thanks

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    Any contractor should be capable of measuring and calculating what's needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pecmsg View Post
    Any contractor should be capable of measuring and calculating what's needed.

    True but i now that it is a 12" 3 blade with 3/8" bore.

    Just don't now pitch. Old blades got damaged.

    I do this for a living at our facility but sometimes we will have equipment that is 40 years old and there's no literature on it.

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    If you have specs from the motor (horsepower, RPM) you should be able to use that info (along with the info about the fan blade that you have) to find a new blade that will work. I think I remember seeing a cross reference chart to help you do this in either a Grainger or Johnstone catalog, but I don't have one of those with me right now to double check. Otherwise try calling one of those or another HVAC/Motor supplier to see if they can help.

    I believe Snyder General has been out of business for a least a couple of decades now. I believe Mcquay was the last to deal with them, and they've since been absorbed by Daiken. You could try calling them if you want, but I think you might have better luck trying my above method.

    Good luck.
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    McQuay's commercial refrigeration product lines went to Snyder General's Climate Control brand which was subsequently bought up by Heatcraft. Your part is listed as a P/N 7173495. See p.159 of this Interlink parts catalog:

    http://www.heatcraftrpd.com/PDF/PL&%...s/CC-CC-IN.pdf

    If you're lucky they may still stock these. If you're even luckier. they may be able to tell you what the pitch is.

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    Daikin/McQuay/Snyder

    McQuay took over Snyder. McQuay was taken over by Daikin. We are spare parts reps for all those lines. I might be able to help you.

    Do you have a serial number for the unit you need fan blades for?

    You can email me at mford(at)dbnjparts.com

    Quote Originally Posted by wizard1160 View Post
    looking for fan blades for Snyder General model lvc-2100-1.

    I am unable to get any info else where.

    Any help would be appreciated.


    Thanks

    Matt,
    Facility Maintenance Supervisor
    Sausage Manufacturer

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    Quote Originally Posted by icemeister View Post
    McQuay's commercial refrigeration product lines went to Snyder General's Climate Control brand which was subsequently bought up by Heatcraft. Your part is listed as a P/N 7173495. See p.159 of this Interlink parts catalog:

    http://www.heatcraftrpd.com/PDF/PL&%...s/CC-CC-IN.pdf

    If you're lucky they may still stock these. If you're even luckier. they may be able to tell you what the pitch is.
    icemeister, Did you make a typo? Under LVC 2100 I see 7173405. I don't see the 7173495 anywhwere on the page. Just curious. Very handy pdf by the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcr View Post
    icemeister, Did you make a typo? Under LVC 2100 I see 7173405. I don't see the 7173495 anywhwere on the page. Just curious. Very handy pdf by the way.
    Good catch. 7173405 is the correct P/N.

    Spends some time poking around on manufacturers' websites. You'll be surprised at what you can find.

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