07:02PM | 02/05/08
Member Since: 01/31/08
3 lifetime posts
I have an old Homart piston drive pump . I know this is a low rpm pump and if I can get 300rpm out of this pump it will pump about 8 to 10 gallons per minute. I want to hook this up to a high rpm wheel using the 10" pulley on the wheel and 2" pulley on the pump and if I can get 100rpm out of the wheel I'll be able to pump. My problem I have searched the web for two weeks consistantly and can find no info . can anyone help me .I will post a picture


08:46PM | 02/14/08
Member Since: 01/31/08
3 lifetime posts
It's not a hard question , either yes we can help or no I'm sorry we can't


05:09AM | 02/15/08
Member Since: 04/25/05
1916 lifetime posts
There is no YOU here.

Individuals that see something that they know about (or thing that they do) will respond.

Since you have not gotten any response then it appears that no one has seen your message that knows anything about it.

It is clearly very old and nothing like what would be currently used today for domestic water.

A google on antique machinery and the like would be a better bet.


06:27AM | 02/15/08
Member Since: 07/11/01
7 lifetime posts
You might want to look on ebay. Right now there is a Sears Shallow Well pump manual which might cover your model. Look at:


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