No, but it is easy to measure with a fan pitch gauge.found at most refrigeration houses. Sani-Serv is not one to provide much information.
Thanks fix bear, unfortunately the blade is missing, don't ask because I have no clue, following up behind a jackleg that has this unit sideways.
If you have a good refrigeration house, take the compressor model, and measure the condenser size and fin spacing per inch. Include the thickness of the coil. Also the condenser motor amps, HP, speed and shaft diameter/direction.. The required air flow then can be calculated to match the condenser needs. Make sure you have a idea of fan diameter with shrouds and clearances.
Often they use unit watt motors. (threaded shaft). This makes fan availability a lot easier, as it will be 9 or 16 watt motor
Oh, and Saniserv often used 6 blade fans in the closed space they had.
following up behind a jackleg that has this unit sideways.
Been there, done that. Want to caution you on old ice cream machines. They are often sidelined due to a minor evaporator leak that is non repairable. And they are seldom worth replacing the evaporator. So before spending any time and money on a unit that you are coming in without the benefit of true history, (don't believe the owner). Make sure it's holding gas before proceeding and the compressor pumps. Had to be a reason it was left apart. Hopefully it wasn't money.
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