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John_M

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Saturday, March 4th 2017, 12:58pm

Identifing Sprinkler Pump

Hello,
Anyone have a guess as to who the manufacturer is of this sprinkler pump? Labels are faded and can't find any markings.

http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=ofxbix&s=9

http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=148omqt&s=9

Thanks,
John

Wet_Boots

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Posts: 5,189

Location: Metro NYC

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Saturday, March 4th 2017, 6:53pm

Faded labels = Cheap pump you don't want to invest unlimited time and energy on

Your photos show what resembles something Home Depot has sold under the name Everbilt


John_M

New Member

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Saturday, March 4th 2017, 7:23pm

Cheap pump, ROTFLMAO!!!

The point is to find out the specification.

It's also 16 years old, outside and uncovered. Along with the 40 others in the neighborhood that are still running just as long and even longer. Actually it looks more like a Zoller, except it's not green. Or an F&W since it's blue.

Everbuilt never made anything with the inlet and outlet sizes this pump has. So not even a close guess.

Thanks for the comment....

Wet_Boots

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Posts: 5,189

Location: Metro NYC

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Sunday, March 5th 2017, 10:59am

Pump manufacturers have been sold and resold. The fact that nothing readable remains after a decade is not any reassurance that the pump is top shelf merchandise. The "big boys" label their pumps so that you know what it is and who made it, no matter how long it's been outdoors. Two names you can subtract from the list of possibles is Goulds and Sta-Rite. And by the way, is there anything else you know about the pump that you did not specify? Horsepower? Inlet size? Outlet size?

Just what is the issue with the pump? Some problems can be fixed without your ever knowing the make and model of the pump.

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