[Market-farming] Re:solar powered fan

jay gee JayGee at jghelp.com
Wed Feb 4 15:39:56 EST 2004

I don't know if this is of any help to you interested in
doing your own work around the farm but, W.W.
Grainger offers a pretty complete catalog of
electrical supplies and is pretty good about staying
up and ahead of the curve.

You might check their website for motors, fans
and solar stuff of all kinds.

Google "W.W. Grainger" or give www.grainger.com
a try.

Regards to all,

Jay  Gee

On Wed, 4 Feb 2004 13:25:55 -0500, ScottnSuzanne wrote:

> hello,
> I was thinking of solar inflating too.  I have panels and batteries, 
> and charge controller already so that is covered.  I wonder if a 
> standard 110v set up with an inexpensive inverter would be the way 
> to go, or a 12 volt biscuit fan retrofitted.  
> Real goods seems to be pricey when looking for ventillation type 
> fans.  
> Northern tool sells inverters, biscuit fans and self contained solar 
> panels with built in charge controllers.  Tool crib sells 
> inexpensive inverters.
> Scott Greene
> Singing Cedars Farmstead
> 30 Black Snake Lane
> Orwell, VT 05760
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