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    Default Haas vfoe spindle fan replacement

    Need to replace the fan on a vfoe.
    Looks like a typical 10" 115v fan, but read on Haas site that it is a "LOW FLOW" or something???? Is low flow a requirement or just to keep the sound down?
    Anyone have input regarding what will work or any cross reference part numbers for that fan?

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    The "low flow" could also mean a blade design with a slightly higher pressure differential capacity than a standard fan, allowing greater mean airflow through a constricted passage. But in reality, you'll probably get acceptance performance from a OTS fan of the right size and RPM. Not terribly expensive, so you can take a flyer on one...

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    Default What are the fan specs for Haas VFOE Spindle fan?

    Milland: But in reality, you'll probably get acceptance performance from a OTS fan of the right size and RPM.
    Unfortunately the printed text on my fan labels did not survive the years saturated in the oily mess. So I have no idea what the specs of the fan are. Any help there would be greatly appreciated!


    Milland: so you can take a flyer on one...

    Huh?

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    It means "take a chance", as in, the fan doesn't cost much, so measure it up, confirm voltage, then go to Allied or one of the other major electronics supply sites and buy a fan that matches as close to what you have at the moment.

    Perhaps someone with a VF-0E can give confirming information. Or one of the Haas techs that frequent the site will notice your question.

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    Dayton 4C847 is what’s on my old ‘93 VF-1.


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