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01-19-2013 19:22:50

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It looks to have both a clutch and brake. Early Ac motors didn't start well, so a clutch was used to allow it to get to speed prior to operating a device. Nice piece of history. y dads wood shop uses flat belt drive and the motor has very poor starup torque, but 5 hp when running. 1894 vintage. Jim

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01-20-2013 05:49:42

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 Re: alternating current motor in reply to Janicholson, 01-19-2013 19:22:50  
thanks for all of the info and I would like to know if it is rare or not and if so how much money is it worth the company name is dieni made in Elizabethport new Jersey 1893 rpm 1700

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01-20-2013 09:27:15

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 Re: alternating current motor in reply to Susan a, 01-20-2013 05:49:42  
I think it could have been from sheep shearing or Cream separators Link below for One brand. Jim

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01-20-2013 04:57:09

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 Re: alternating current motor in reply to Janicholson, 01-19-2013 19:22:50  
Successful hand pump operated milking machines (using a vacuum based) claw were found in England in 1907. I think it was from a particular machine because of the attachments, but I have no idea what. Jim

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