Schwitzer-Cummins Blower
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  1. #1
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    Do any of you guys know where I can get a fan curve for this thing? I've done some googling and found a ton of info on their turbochargers, and some boilers they made long before I was born.. nothing on their fans.

    I've got a Schwitzer-Cummins "Hy-duty" blower. There is no model number.

    Anybody ever heard of them?
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    Anybody?
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  3. #3
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    Well, this sparked my curiosity, but unfortunately I was not able to find anything either. Seems like the company has been out of business for quite some time now...

    Good luck!

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    Some times you can call tech support for someone like Lau and find a old guy that can help you with these things. Good Luck.

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    Actually, I was hoping that old guy would be lurking around here somewhere. I'd feel weird calling somebody and asking about someone else's products.

    Oh well. I'll just go fiddle with the sheaves 'til I get the right temperature rise. Thanks anyway!
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    Originally posted by ralphtheplumber
    Actually, I was hoping that old guy would be lurking around here somewhere. I'd feel weird calling somebody and asking about someone else's products.

    Oh well. I'll just go fiddle with the sheaves 'til I get the right temperature rise. Thanks anyway!
    I use to feel that way. But no one works at the same place for 30 years that much anymore. I have been talking to some of these guys and some pretty sharp women that would know the other guys products inside and out and have their cross references. Some times they acquire companies that have gone under engineering data and stock and sometmes the people that worked for them .

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