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Grill Rotisserie Motors
OneGrill Universal Replacement Upgrade Stainless Steel Grill Rotisserie Motor 13 watt 50 lb. Load
Reg. Price: $69.99
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FAQS & FACTS
The OneGrill Stainless Steel Electric Grill Rotisserie Motor has been engineered to exceed the performances of standard rotisserie motors with nearly 3 times the amount of power of motors in this class. Featuring a stainless steel weather resistant housing this OneGrill motor is aptly protected from the elements and heat. With an anti-backlash gear train this motor avoids the common issues with uneven cooking of unbalanced loads. Direct fitment to all standard 3'' motor mounts. Accepts 5/16'' square drive spits. 110 volt operation. As with all rotisserie motors a bracket employing approximately 3" or more of gap between the grill and the motor are required to maintain operation and reliability at the high temperatures grills produce. All available OneGrill bracket sets maintain adequate distance or shielding. * Motor Capacity rating assumes proper load balancing. Weight capacity varies based on weight balancing achieved, rotation surfaces, and animal type. Generally this motor is not designed for animals that are not well balanced above 30 pounds (example: pig or lamb). Motor spins clockwise when looking at the input.
Fitment: Spit rods with 5/16" square drive
Plug Type: US
Load Limit: 50 lbs. *See Extended Information
Weight: 3.00 lbs.
Rotisserie motors are for intermittent use only (Not intended for regular operation for intervals greater than 6 hours). This motor is not continuous duty rated. Please see product code 4pm08 for continuous duty operation.
Mount Size: 3"
Rotation: Clockwise looking at input.
The motor rating determines the amount of load that can be supported by the gear assembly. On a 50 pound load motor, that would be 30 pounds by the motor and 20 pounds by the support.
The amount of food, baskets and other items including the spit, should total about 75% of the stated motor load, but can be as little as 20% or as much as 100%. This allows for other factors such as extreme temperatures or out of balance conditions.
Rotisserie motors employ a shaded pole style motor paired with a gear reduction transmission. This allows for an extremely high rpm motor to provide smooth and steady operation. OneGrill motors employ a high rpm (nearly 900 rpm) motor geared down to rpm. This allows for a torque curve forgiveness for imbalanced conditions without the opportunity for motor stall.
How much food can you actually put on?
It is all about balance! If the food is perfectly balanced on the rod so that there is no "Heavy Side", you can put 50 pounds or even more if the rod is of substantial weight. This, however, is rarely the case. The food will always be out of balance to some degree. If this is the case, then you may only be able to have as little as 20 pounds on the spit. If it is balanced fairly well then you can expect to turn a load approximately 50 lbs.
The most important thing to consider is the balance of the spit. If the spit is not properly balanced the motor will have excessive intermittent loads applied to the gear train and that will reduce the life of the unit. It is imperative that you balance your spit before applying load to the motor. A few extra minutes spent on this operation will make a huge difference in the life of your unit. A perfectly balanced heavy spit can be turned with your fingers easily. An out of balance spit, of the same weight will result in excessive force needed to turn. You should load your spit and test the spinning ability with your hands. If you can spin it easily and you have good balance, it is ready to grill.
A counterbalance weight is used to make up for a minor out of balance condition. The easiest way to set it is to let the heavy side get to the bottom of the rotation. This is easy to see and hear, and is a natural condition for the load to want to be in. Turn off the motor; have your counterbalance weight pointing straight up. This will be exactly opposite the heaviest side.
Rustproof stainless steel water resistant housing
Designed for easy replacement or upgrade of existing rotisserie motors
Anti-backlash gear train provides quiet, smooth operation
Recommended for load of 50 lbs. or less when well balanced
Recommended ceiling of 30 lbs. or less for imbalanced loads such as pig or lamb
Professional quality components designed for extended duty usage
SPINS CLOCKWISE WHEN LOOKING AT SHAFT INPUT
1 Year OneGrill™ "No Hassle" Warranty
Product Code: 4pm05
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