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Replacement Motors fit blower and condenser fans.

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Masterfit multiple hp motors are easily and quickly adapted on-site, using combination of speed taps and capacitors. Line includes FD6000 and FDL6001 blower motors for 115 or 208-230 V, 1075 rpm applications from 1/6 to 1/2 hp; and model FSE6000 condenser fan motor, for 208-230 V, 1075 rpm applications from 1/6 to 1/3 hp.



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A. O. Smith Masterfit Replacement Motors Make Service Calls Virtually Effortless



Tipp City, Ohio - A. O. Smith Electrical Products Company will unveil its new line of versatile Masterfit multiple horsepower motors for the replacement market at this year's EASA Convention, June 16-19 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Masterfit motors are easily and quickly adapted on-site to most indoor blower and condenser fan applications. Using a combination of speed taps and capacitors, these motors have been engineered with flexibility in mind. "A. O. Smith Masterfit motors are becoming one of the greatest resources available to the service technician for these adaptable motors save time - and time is money," Warren Doney, manager of channel marketing, A. O. Smith Electrical Products Company, pointed out.

A. O. Smith's line of Masterfit motors includes blower motors, model FD6000 and FDL6001, which are suited for 115 or 208-230 volt, 1075 rpm applications ranging from 1/6 through ½ horsepower. In addition, the A. O. Smith condenser fan motor, model FSE6000, is available for applications requiring a 208-230 volt, 1075 rpm, 1/6 through 1/3 horsepower replacement motor.

Every A. O. Smith Masterfit multiple horsepower replacement motor is designated with the A. O. Smith Conservationist(TM) logo symbolizing its high efficiency rating.

A. O. Smith Electrical Products Company, based in Tipp City, Ohio, is A. O. Smith Corporation's largest operating unit, with 2001 sales of $803 million. It manufactures a comprehensive line of fractional horsepower A/C and D/C, hermetic, and integral horsepower electric motors used in a wide array of consumer, commercial, and industrial products.

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