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Re: alternating current motor

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Indiana Ken

01-20-2013 07:04:17

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One thing you might try is to show the motor to one or more of the auctioneers in your area. When one does estate auctions for a living they see alot of old equipment. I know a retired auctioner who has a collection of dairy equipment and will show the picture to him - I should see him next week.

Question: you state that in came out of a dairy barn; do you know it was part of some dairy equipment or was it simply stored in the barn?

I remember when my dad installed a "milking machine", it would have been in the 1950's. Up until that time he miked 14 + cows by hand. My dad was not the first to adopt the latest machinery however I doubt there were many milking machines in the late 1800's. In addition 1/2 HP is not much power to run a vacuum pump for a milker. We did have a cream separator which was powered by a hand crank - if indeed it is dairy equipment I believe that would be the more likely application.

I will repost if the auctioneer has any additional information.

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susan a

01-20-2013 07:20:00

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 Re: alternating current motor in reply to Indiana Ken, 01-20-2013 07:04:17  
it was just laying in a stall of the barn

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