LOL I did a Google search and the first hit was your question at another place
It seems the manufacturer does not have a site which is strange.
A shot in the dark - it seem to be a double winding motor, maybe one starting and one working or both work in combination to achieve variable speed, or reversing. In any case there must be a controller block for the motor. I do not exclude the presence of an inertial commutator inside the motor.
It may be even a dual voltage motor but I am not sure what voltages are the standard at your place. Here single phase is 220V, three phase is 380V. 240V (AFAIK standard mains voltage in the UK) seems to me like single phase.
If you take it down, a person who does rewinding of motors would be able to identify. Or you can ask in a shop where they do this if there's one around.
Look at this linkhttp://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/transformers-phase-converters-vfd/single-phase-dual-voltage-six-wire-motor-wiring-159221/
maybe same type of motor.