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Little Giant Condensate Pumps
Uses: Remove condensation in high-efficiency gas furnaces and air conditioning units, and dispose of wastewater from drinking fountains, ice makers, humidifiers, and beverage machines.
Residential 5 5/8" diameter Condenser Fan Motor 208-230 Volts
Single and two speed motors - fits 100's of air conditioner condenser fans
Belly band mount or thru bolt mount
EconoMaster Price Buster Condensor Fan Motors
5 5/8" Condenser Fan Motor Multi Fit 5" Condenser Fan Motor 208-230 volt  3 - in - 1 Design
Replaces 100's of condenser motors
42 Frame, Emerson Clam Shell, GE Cap-Can
Belly band mount or thru bolt mount
GE or Emerson “Clam Shell” or "Cap-Can" Single Speed 208-230 volts
Multi Fit 5 5/8" Condenser Fan Motor 208-230 volt  4 - in - 1 Design
Replaces 100's of condenser motors
Belly band mount or thru bolt mount
Leeson Commercial Condenser Fan Motor
6 1/2" Diameter - Three Phase
Belly Band or Rigid Base Mount
Condenser Fan Motor Commercial Condenser Fan Motor
5 5/8" Diameter - Single Phase & Three Phase, 575 Volt
Commercial Condenser Outdoor Fan Motor with base
Single Phase & Three Phase, 575 Volt
Commercial Condenser Fan Motor-Permanent Split Capacitor
6 1/2" Diameter - Single Phase
Commercial Condenser Fan Motor Three Phase 208-230/460 volts
6 1/2" Diameter - 575 Volt
Inverter Duty - Three Phase - JuggerNaut

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