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Myers or Goulds double-acting piston pump


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Old 04-28-2011, 07:01:13 PM
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Default Myers or Goulds double-acting piston pump

Hi, I posted an ad on Enginads, but thought I'd post something here were maybe more people will see it. I'm looking to purchase a 1910 timeframe Myers No. 456 double-acting force pump as shown in the attached photo for a 2 HP Famous Spraying Engine. This is not a belt driven pump, but a pump that is gear driven using the standard Famous pumping gears and a small pinion or eccentric for driving the pump. These spraying engines were also made available with a similar Goulds double-acting piston pumps.

Does anyone have one of these pumps, or maybe something similar? Or maybe even a picture of one of these rigs or pumps in existance today? I can't seem to find anything, but have to believe they are out there!

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Default Re: Myers or Goulds double-acting piston pump

Jeff, I have an Olds engine and Meyers double action 5" pump on a dedicated base that is gear driven. Year is 1904. You can see a picture of it on our web site, <antiquengines.com> Not for sale though.
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Jeff: I've never seen a 2HP Vertical with the pump. Here is my 1HP Titan pump unit with the Myers pump . It's all on a single piece IHC cast iron base . Sorry , no extra pumps in the pump pile.


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Here is my 1HP Titan pump unit with the Myers pump . It's all on a single piece IHC cast iron base .
The engine probably runs 450 + or - how many strokes per minute does the pump run? It looks really geared down.
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Thanks for the pictures of your original engine and pump rigs! Those are two very nice setups with the cast bases.

Paul, that Myers pump on your Titan is what I'm looking for and its good to see what it looks like outside of the catalogs. Hopefully I can find another one out there that isn't being put to good use!
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Jeff , did you ever find a 456 Myers pump?
I've just brought home a 2 hp IHC Famous that was part of a pumpset.
Unfortunately the pump& base are missing.

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Get hold of jack Welton his business tel # is here on some of my pump posts . If anyone can help you he can he has more Myers and other pumps than anyone.


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