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Small Water Pump Identification?


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Old 06-07-2018, 08:52:47 PM
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Default Small Water Pump Identification?

Picked this up today to use for educational purposes at shows but I would love to have some info for this water pump! Anyone know what it may have came off of? I'm not sure if this is in the right thread area but I thought to start here. Thanks all for the help in advance!
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Default Re: Small Water Pump Identification?

It seems to have been connected to a connecting rod - the crosshead is prepared to receive a "yoke" type rod-end.

I wondered about the 'nether end of a simplex steam pump, but the crosshead sort of precludes this.

More likely a self contained free standing pump end which one placed somewhere. Actuated by something local - possibly even a pump mounted in line with a crank shaft eccentric on a steam/traction engine.

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Default Re: Small Water Pump Identification?

It looks like part of a Beam "bulldozer " type pump.
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