I have a bad motor (bearings) it's a model 5KCR48WN0273BX. It is a 115 volt reversible rotation, 1725 RPM 1.5 HP, used in a cooking exhaust ventilator. I found a motor theat I would like to use but am concered if it may overheat. I believe the old one is open drip and the new replacement is a farm duty enclosed. Here are the specs on the new motor
1½ HP, 1725RPM, Frame 56H, 115/230 volts , 60hz., 17.2/8.6 amps, Single Phase, Total Enclosed Fan Cooled (TEFC), Capacitor Start.
Rigid Base Mount. Mounting holes are basically 3"x5" on center. Plate has 6 mounting holes, 2nd set are 5" down side on center (5"x5")
5/8"diameter keyed shaft x 1 7/8" Long.
Motor is electrically reversible
Service Factor = 1.0, 40° C Ambient Temperature, Large junction box
Manual Overload Protection (Blue reset button)
Overall motor length with shaft = 12.61"
Class F Insulation
You guys think this will work?