MemberFebruary 7, 2017 at 12:00 am
need condenser fan and motor for model: UR48DT-X0005 and serial: T97215F05.
also need the heated drain pan part number, please.
MemberFebruary 7, 2017 at 2:26 pm
Here’s a link for a Traulsen UR48DT condenser:
The part number is 322-36743-00 http://www.partstown.com/traulsen/tr322-36743-00
This is a special order part. Give us a call at 800-438-8898 to place an order and to find out lead times.
Unfortunately, the drain pan is no longer available according to my records. Sorry about that!
MemberFebruary 7, 2017 at 2:39 pm
I don’t believe Traulsen supports many parts for that unit anymore. But if you open the compressor compartment on top you can get a condenser modle number and make from it’s tag. Usually a Copeland or Tecumseh that will have a standard 9 watt unit bearing motor.
MemberFebruary 8, 2017 at 9:21 am
Thank you but i need the condenser fan and condenser motor, i think you gave me the whole condenser unit for 1600$.
Do you have those parts pleas?
MemberFebruary 8, 2017 at 9:37 am
It doesn’t look like we have the option to sell just the fan blade and motor. However, our parts ID specialists may be able to help you further. Give us a call at 800.438.8898 or initiate a live chat on our website, http://www.partstown.com
I hope you find what you’re looking for!
MemberFebruary 8, 2017 at 11:41 am
John, G modle replacement condenser fans and motor number from traulsen is SK-325-60124-00. Drain pan is SER-28015-00. Optionally the motor is 338-60049-00 and fan blade MAY be 325-60088-00. But he must verify the diameter to be 8.750 inches, as there were different diameter ones.
MemberFebruary 8, 2017 at 12:15 pm
The parts numbers you listed are for the Traulsen G-Series (as you mentioned), but how can we be sure they will work in the UR48DT? I recognize the compressors are typically standard from OCMs (though I cannot personally recommend using anything but the exact part as noted by the OEM) but what about the drain pan–did you have a parts list or diagram somewhere you’re working off of?
MemberFebruary 8, 2017 at 3:32 pm
I worked of a old list. But the condensers fans are universal. I always stocked a 9 watt and 16 watt motor on the truck. at rare occasions one needed a 6 watt for something very compressed like a kegorater unit or micro fridge. Most of those today are C frames instead of unit watt motors. Blades varied from a 2 blade 13 inch to the 5 blade 6.5 inch with pitches from 10 degrees to 30. I used to have a chart with airflow’s on a 9 watt with different fans so that we could always make a informed substitution.. Both are readily available from refrigeration houses.
MemberFebruary 8, 2017 at 6:53 pm
This one got my curiosity up, so did some digging. I’ve worked on a lot of coolers over the last 50 years, but not this one. A real rarity and something that should be preserved and kept running for the future. It is a combination freezer and cooler with 2 draws on the bottom right (cooler side). 28 cu ft cooler and 11 cubic ft freezer with 2 separate condenser units and controls for each side. It is a R134 machine. It had a amazingly low 1/6 hp cooler side and a minimal 1/2 hp freezer side. both are small for commercial use. being a discontinued unit and confusion on part numbers from different sources, I now see why. Best bet on this one is to remove motor and fan and go to a local refrigeration source. The freezer side will not be a problem, but the small BTU cooler may have some odd stuff like a older Amana double door 23 cu ft. Tecumseh 1/5 hp with a odd fan and motor. Yea, being in a very rural area I did some residential to help my neighbors. And even had to work on De humidification Kilns.12 HP and up. If you think you understand refrigeration, try a kiln.
Back to the problem. The back of the motor will have info and specs on it. It will be either 6 watt or 9 watt and CCW 115 Volt. If it say’s CW rotation, the motor must be either GE or Mars. Everyone else uses shaft end for rotation. This is assuming that it is a unit bearing motor, not a C frame. On top of a 48 cu ft machine, there is not much room with 2 evaporators and condensers. Must be why I found a condensate pump in the parts list. Normally the evaporator is always above the condenser and drain pan, but a pump would explain a way around this. As for the fan blade, one would have to measure it and confirm pitch for a replacement. Refrigeration houses have pitch gauges at the counter iif you don’t have one. You will need to prove you are in refrigeration to buy there, and they will want a copy of you refrigeration license.
MemberFebruary 9, 2017 at 10:51 am
thank you very much – the fan is working but client complain it is too noisy
and the drain pan is my problem now its leak
MemberFebruary 9, 2017 at 11:19 am
Glad we’re helping you work out your equipment issues! I was wondering if you might consider joining the forum so users can private message you further advice. Joining is free and only takes a moment with a valid e-mail address!
MemberFebruary 9, 2017 at 11:29 am
Is that a flat pan or a heated pan with legs? Send us a picture if you can.
MemberFebruary 9, 2017 at 3:42 pm
it is heated pan. it is slide under the unit – and i need one asap
i be happy to join the form and help others
how you upload image?
MemberFebruary 9, 2017 at 3:49 pm
Only registered users may upload images–here’s a link for you to register! https://techtown.partstown.com/login.jspa?registerOnly=true
MemberFebruary 10, 2017 at 6:50 am
Give me dimensions , voltage and wattage
Is this pan aluminum casting with heater in the bottom or stainless with a clip and removable heater? If aluminum, it may have two plates on the sides that slide into a pair of slots.
Also is it hard wire or does it have a plug.
check this on, as it is very common. RHS Refrigeration Hardware Supply Corp
MemberFebruary 10, 2017 at 6:57 am
you rock the second link hit it on the head ! thank you
MemberFebruary 10, 2017 at 7:26 am
ok, they come in two versions, 32 oz 8oz evaporative and 56 oz 4 oz evaporative.
MemberFebruary 11, 2017 at 6:51 am
so now i need to measure how much O2 the old one can fill?
By the way no success with the condenser motor & fan, im going there today to get more labels and measure the fan diameter.
MemberFebruary 11, 2017 at 12:33 pm
Just measure the pan dimensions. Make sure to note how many blades the fan has and hub type, size and rotation. If the complain is noise, it is probably just a motor bearing and the fan can be reused. Unless the hub is a sleeve with set screw, they tend to break loose from the hub due to improper crimp and misuse.. Most condenser fans today that size are hub mounted and don’t have that problem due to the rubber buffer between the fan and motor shaft/ face.
MemberFebruary 11, 2017 at 1:46 pm
is it right what you wrote? 32oz or 8oz?
MemberFebruary 11, 2017 at 2:30 pm
The 32 oz evaporates water at a rate of 8 oz per day. The 56 oz at 4 oz per day. Difference is the heater wattage ie; cost in power.32 are most common and fit under better. Pan has tappings for screws in the bottom for the slide in plates.
This is a common condenser fan motor. Master-Bilt 13-13101 CONDENSER FAN MOTOR, SPFBE912 | Parts Town If you click on the image, it will open a exploded image. Then slide to see the back. Then click several times to blow it up and you can see a normal motor rating. Today’s are all watt rated and have rotation as CW or CCW. Different brands call rotation from the shaft end or opposite shaft end. So make sure you check the blade rotation. The mounting pads are tapped for 4 screws that are self tap and come with new motor as well as a rubber isolation disc and a stamped spring nut that you snug with lineman pliers. do not over tighten as you will fold in the prongs on the nut. If you have a refrigeration house within 50 miles, they will be able to help you select a suitable replacement. It will not be OEM, but will function
MemberFebruary 23, 2017 at 9:37 am
Guys just add another problem that started with the fridge side can you reply to it
MemberFebruary 23, 2017 at 9:40 am
What kind of problem
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