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Electronics Forum | Mon May 20 15:25:13 EDT 2013 | smtventasmex

Hi i can help you with your blowers needs contact me at vhmaderoATsmtvys.com

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Electronics Forum | Tue May 07 09:42:17 EDT 2013 | cyber_wolf

We bought a "very used" Omniflow 10 at least ten years ago. We have only replaced maybe 5 blowers in that time.

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Electronics Forum | Wed May 22 10:39:56 EDT 2013 | emeto

Hi smter, that sounds interesting. I can even buy a wrench with a set torque if it will help. What wrench are you using?

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Electronics Forum | Tue May 07 12:27:23 EDT 2013 | hegemon

Seems really excessive. I am not familiar with that particular oven, but I would check to see that the fans are not seeing excess heat during use. Is there any ducting around the fans that might have leaky joints? Is there insulation around the fan

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Electronics Forum | Tue May 07 13:11:33 EDT 2013 | emeto

Hi Hege, there is insulation, which when you look at looks pretty stable.I suspect that there is more heat transfer through the shaft from the propeller to the motor. However when I touch the motor it is not really hot, so I am confused what really

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Electronics Forum | Tue May 07 09:26:38 EDT 2013 | emeto

Hello knowledgeable people, we have Omniflow 10Zone oven from 3-4 years and we changed over 20 blowers. The blower is German and I think is a very good quality(quite expensive too), but still keep getting bad. Does anyone have similar problem? Do yo

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Electronics Forum | Thu May 09 16:54:43 EDT 2013 | smter

We used to have similar issues with large fallout on ours. I have been writing the date on mine for the last few years. We were having premature fallout due to our techs not installing them with proper screw installing pattern, which seemed to be cau

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Electronics Forum | Wed May 22 12:59:09 EDT 2013 | cyber_wolf

That sounds very odd what smter is saying. The screws around the outside of the fans have nothing to do with the bearings. You only really need to tighten those screws enough to squish the gasket a little. No special torque settings required. As lon


Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 18 11:07:39 EDT 2003 | donbell

SR. Tech: I have worked with Omniflo 7 and 10 ovens for many years. I purchased several 10 zone ovens in '98 when I worked for Ericsson. Here are some of my experinces with Electrovert Omniflo ovens; Yes, you can expect to run the conveyor speed a

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Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 24 16:34:18 EDT 2003 | pjc

OmniFlo 10 Engineering Data Sheet has been sent to your SMTnet mail box. Its a PDF 818Kb.

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