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Webster Compressor Info needed.

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12-19-2012 13:14:43

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I just picked up this unit i"m looking to find specs on the pump setup (CFM rating and rpm)

and a recommendation for a gas motor size to run it.

The unit is on its original tray as far as i can tell, on the tray it has Model: R
Serial: 3264

On the pump itself has Serial: 4611
pump as 3 spoke 9" pulley (OD) with an attached after cooler i"m guessing


Thanks Joe

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12-20-2012 08:39:31

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 Re: Webster Compressor Info needed. in reply to Crash5291, 12-19-2012 13:14:43  
Just placed a call to Regional Compressor Ottawa

he had limited information on it
From what he did have its 900 RPM max and 1/2-1HP and he figured around 2cfm



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12-19-2012 14:22:53

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 Re: Webster Compressor Info needed. in reply to Crash5291, 12-19-2012 13:14:43  
Here is a few pictures i took,

Can i reuse the head gasket without issue? (if it comes apart ok) as i will have to pull the head to check the bore/stroke to figure that out.

It has a 1725RPM 1/4hp (5.0A) motor(2" pulley) but it stalls out at about 50 PSI.


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12-19-2012 13:49:00

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 Re: Webster Compressor Info needed. in reply to Crash5291, 12-19-2012 13:14:43  
If you know the first stage displacement in cubic inches, divide by 10 and it will give you the electric motor horsepower required to run it. A good safe margin is to double that for a gas engine. FYI, the model of the pump is the first two digits of the pump serial number, therefore, according to that, you have a model 46 pump, which I have never heard of. I do know that thee was a Model 45 pump, and you can check another YTMag post for some info that I have mostly forgotten over the years!

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