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Allie-chalmers electric motor

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touringsedan

09-06-2016 19:25:04




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I am a frequent visitor of the 8n forum. I wanted to ask a question about Allis electric motors. This motor is from the 50's and wondering if I could get some history on the electric motors built by them. Was it the same as the tractor manufacturers third party image third party image

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grinder220

09-08-2016 19:32:26




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 Re: Allie-chalmers electric motor in reply to touringsedan, 09-06-2016 19:25:04  
There wasn't much that Allis didn't build, that was part of their downfall. Way to many coals in the fire but the electric division was actually the last to go in I believe 2012.



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part time pete

09-07-2016 12:15:26




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 Re: Allie-chalmers electric motor in reply to touringsedan, 09-06-2016 19:25:04  
The biggest one I've seen is a 2500 hp - it spun an ID fan for a 650 megawatt boiler, and it ran on 13.8kv.
It was pretty impressive - took 90 seconds to spool up
Pete



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Richard G.

09-07-2016 10:51:50




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 Re: Allie-chalmers electric motor in reply to touringsedan, 09-06-2016 19:25:04  
Thanks for posting. Allis made some huge steam engines also.
Richard



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tmg50

09-07-2016 10:08:53




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 Re: Allie-chalmers electric motor in reply to touringsedan, 09-06-2016 19:25:04  
Do not know for sure about the motor shown but our local power company has two turbines an d generators in a power house near here. Most of the Allis Chalmers electrical things are larger than the one shown.
steve



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touringsedan

09-07-2016 03:01:54




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 Re: Allie-chalmers electric motor PLEASE delete this post in reply to touringsedan, 09-06-2016 19:25:04  
Yes I could do a simple Internet search. But if we all did that why have these forums to interact and share pics and information. So I will ask the administrator to delete this post and keep everyone from seeing any more cool Allis equipment pictures off this forum.



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Butch(OH)

09-08-2016 04:38:14




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 Re: Allie-chalmers electric motor PLEASE delete this post in reply to touringsedan, 09-07-2016 03:01:54  
There is no reason to have your post deleted, it is as you say why these forums exist. I do however agree with your assessment of the "just do a google search" crowd when it is done in a nasty way. My thing for them is if your tired of reading the forums go do something else for a while. Same with the people who answer "that question has been asked 100 times do a search!" In this case, I didn't take the other posters comment as being nasty but thats just me.

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farmerjohninpa

09-06-2016 23:34:22




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 Re: Allie-chalmers electric motor in reply to touringsedan, 09-06-2016 19:25:04  
a quick inquiry on google brought up lots of history,,they built electric motors for the navy in ww2 and built pumps for the manhatten project,,,,just do a search



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Moonlite37

09-08-2016 09:37:56




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 Re: Allie-chalmers electric motor in reply to farmerjohninpa, 09-06-2016 23:34:22  
That would be one way to find information but some of us like to get information from our Tractor Fraternal Order. I would guess he could find at least a dozen sources but he is our friend and a fellow YT'brother



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