Elliot Company Letter


Description
Media Type:
Image
Text
Item Type:
Correspondence
Description:
Correspondence from the Elliot Company to Arthur Linke regarding an antique music machine.
Inscriptions:
Elliot Company
A Division of Carrier Corporation
Crocker-Wheeler Plant
Jeannette, PA.
February 2, 1960
General Offices
Jeannette, PA
Plants
Jeannette, PA
Ridgway, PA
Springfield,O
Newrk, N.J.
Arthur Linke and Son
Wholesale and Retail Florists
331 Mirre Street, Corner Fifth
Alpena, Michigan
Gentlemen:
Reference is made to your letter of January 23, 1960, giving us the nameplate data for the machine you own. Before giving you other information, we want to correct the machine number that you gave us. You show the number to be No. 33 15. Either the number is not clear, or it was stamped wrong, because the correct machine number is No. 83 15. The remaining nameplate data that you gave us is correct.
The motor that you have was built in 1901 for the Marican Auto Music Company of New York City. It is a bipolar machine that was intended for a fan motor only, and does not have the mechanical features of the larger sizes; but is well built, and can be used for very light power work. For fan duty, it was made with an extra high base; for other uses the ordinary low base was used. It is made with a smooth instead of a tooth armature, and has a series winding only. Instead of self-oiling bearings, it is supplied with oil cups. It will drive a 12 inch fan at 1500 RPM's. A description of this type of motor first appeared in Bulletin No. 4 dated June, 1897.
To regulate the speed, this size was provided with a Crocker-Wheeler two speed switch (patented September 22, 1891), by means of which the throwing of the series fields in multiple or series with each other gives two running speeds without the introduction of wasteful external resistance. It delivered 1/12 hp on top speed and 1/6 hp on low speed.
Besides the motor that is in the Ford Museum, there is one like it in the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D. C.
Very truly yours,
(signed)
J. P. Mular
Application Engineer
JPM;c
All orders accepted subject to delays arsing from causes beyond out control. Quotations subject to change without notice.
Date of Original:
February 1960
Date Of Event:
1901
Dimensions:
Width: 5104 px
Height: 6600 px
Image Dimensions:
Image Width: 5104px
Image Height: 6600px
Subject(s):
Collection:
Knechtel Collection
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Dennis Knechtel
Recommended Citation:
Knechtel Collection, Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library
Contact
Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library
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211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
USA
(989)356-6188

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Elliot Company Letter


Correspondence from the Elliot Company to Arthur Linke regarding an antique music machine.