[Spridgets] How it's made. Episode 498 Judson Rotor.
refisk at chartermi.net
Thu Dec 20 10:00:25 MST 2012
Ah, now I get it. The rotor in the brochure is not a Judson.
Judson probably used the tangental orientation in an attempt to reduce vane
wear. Being an automotive application the Judson probably runs hotter than
the compressor in the brochure. Just my guess.
BTW, I sold my Judsons several years ago. Tripled my investment and used the
money to buy an Ultralight. :-)
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On Dec 20, 2012, at 11:45 AM, Tim Collins <thcollin at mtu.edu> wrote:
> This brochure that Dean referenced
http://vwjudsonregister.tripod.com/torlon-vane-material.htm has vanes that
radiate outward from the axis of rotation. Dean's rotor has vanes that are
parallel to the axis of rotation - I think I'm saying that correctly.
> At 11:39 AM 12/20/2012, Rick Fisk wrote:
>> What brochure? My Sprite Judson was exactly like Dean's. Every Judson
>> I've ever seen is like Dean's. My VW Judson also had tangental vanes.
> Tim Collins
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