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We are pleased to offer the following equipment from our used and reconditioned stock.

We are always pleased to examine any organ blowing or humidification equipment made redundant for whatever reason, with a view to its dismantling and removal. We are always interested in purchasing DISCUS organ blowing equipment in good condition. Please contact us with details.

All prices shown on this page are ex works and exclude VAT.

 DISCUS 8.5 UA (GRANITE)  W&W MISTRAL-ST
 £750.00 plus VAT  £1500.00 plus VAT
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A nice example of one of the most popular small DISCUS blowers ever produced. This is a fully refurbished 1948 model. Driven by a 0.5 HP single phase motor. Supplied unenclosed. Handing R180. Contact us for further information. One of our recent models that was supplied to a customer in 2005, but, only used for two months before revisions dictated a more powerful blower was required! This enclosed and premium lined blower has been in storage ever since. Fully overhauled and offered at half the cost of a equivalent new item. L180 handing.
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 DISCUS 290/2 stage
 DISCUS 310
 £2250.00 plus VAT  £900.00 plus VAT
An example of the very popular 290/2 stage machine, originally manufactured in the 1970’s. This is the “short     form” version without drive coupling. Supplied unenclosed. Currently configured L0, this could be altered to L90 or L180 if desired. Driven by a 2.2Kw 3-phase Crompton Parkinson motor. Another fine example of this popular machine. This one from the 1960’s. Again fully refurbished and driven by a 1HP single phase motor. Supplied unenclosed. Handing L90. Contact us for further information.
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 B.O.B M33  
 £1450 Plus VAT  
 bob m33
 A nice example of one of B.O.B’s trusty dual-inlet machines. This appears to be a slightly lower volume flow version of the popular M5. The drive motor is 3HP three-phase. The motor suggests to us an original manufacture date in the 1950’s. This machine was originally enclosed, hence the lack of drive protection. If it were to be used unenclosed, without access limitation, then some form of drive guard would be strongly recommended.
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We have a number of new arrivals yet to be inspected by our engineers. If you don’t see what you want above, give us a call, it’s possible we may still be able to help you.

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