Most large manufactures will build equipment with the right motor for where it is being sent to/specified by the customer. The original motor may have been a 60Hz motor wired for 120V or it may have a 90VDC motor with a speed controller. If you find the manufactures motor tag you should be able to get any other motor with the same power, speed, mounting options, and output shaft diameter and swap it in.Keep in mind that the motors were manufactured in Europe and are designed for 50 hz not 60hz. Not sure about 220 volts vs 110. Brushey converted the electrical system after they received them here.
We are now the USA distributor for SAF Natura. We stock all replacement parts and upgrade kits. We recommend ordering these items now, to make sure you are ready for extraction season. www.blueskybeesupply.com or (877) 529-9233Now that Brushy Mt is out of buisness, does anyone know where a replacement motor for the 9 frame extractor can be found?