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 Posted: Wed Mar 11th, 2020 08:01 am
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Mike Kearns

Joined: Fri Nov 24th, 2006
1938 - Airmaster Corporation's old blade supplier, Hi-Lo Corporation (Leinweber Bros), dissolves the corporation in 1938: 

Airmaster Corporation and Hueglin continue to soldier on:

Airmaster is making re-badged circulators with the last of the Leinweber blades for Sears & Roebuck for their Kenmore appliance "Command-Aire" line: 

Shown in this close-up is the original "green-crackled finish" from the factory: 

Aviator, inventor and designer James M. Funk of Ottawa, Canada is hired by Airmaster Corporation to design a new circulator blade - James M. Funk photograph is courtesy of the Huber Image Archive: 

Sears now marketing Airmaster exhaust fans under the Command-Aire label:

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Last edited on Mon Jun 28th, 2021 01:42 pm by Mike Kearns