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Vacuum Motors

Vacuum Motors

Replace old or broken motors in central vacuuming systems, shop vacuums, dust collectors, foggers, sprayers, and similar equipment with these vacuum motors. They move clean, dry air through the motor to blow air out or provide powerful suction.

Flow-Thru Motor

Quieter than other types of vacuum motors, flow-thru motors move vacuumed air over the motor to dissipate heat instead of using a cooling fan. Because vacuumed air is passing through the motor, it's important to ensure the air is clean and dry before it enters the motor.

5.7 in Body Diameter

120V AC

220V AC

240V AC

24V DC

Peripheral Bypass Motor

Peripheral bypass motors are equipped with a cooling fan on top of the motor that blows clean air over the motor to cool it. Since they only use clean air to cool the motor, they are typically more reliable than flow-thru motors.

5.7 in Body Diameter

120V AC

240V AC

24V DC

36V DC

7.2 in Body Diameter

120V AC

240V AC

7.5 in Body Diameter

120V AC

240V AC

Tangential Bypass Motor

The most commonly used vacuum motor, tangential bypass motors typically have a longer life span than other types of vacuum motors. The motors' dedicated cooling fan and exhaust removal system move heated, dirty air away from the motor, preventing damage to the motor.

5.7 in Body Diameter

120V AC

240V AC

24V DC

36V DC

7.2 in Body Diameter

120V AC

240V AC

7.5 in Body Diameter

120V AC

8.4 in Body Diameter

120V AC

240V AC

24V DC