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Post by stationary stu on Sat Sep 05 2009, 06:05



Ok I think it's a compressor but can anyone confirm it as a compressor or is it a pump?
Sorry the pictures not very clear and its the only pic I have, any help greatfully received.

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Post by JONESEY on Sat Sep 05 2009, 09:49

I would say a compresser or generator , look's like the pully as 2 V belt groves in it
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Post by wayneyd on Sun Nov 25 2012, 10:07

Yes, I'm pretty sure it's a compressor,There used to be loads of them round here years ago.great bigguns, they used them in the mines.

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Post by stationary stu on Sun Nov 25 2012, 12:40

They must have used them to pump fresh air down the mine, the bigger the mine the bigger the compressor.

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Post by mike d on Mon Nov 26 2012, 15:44

broom and wade were well known for making pumps and composers....
could do with a better picture stu...bit fuzzy....or do i need to go to specsavers....lol...lol

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Post by RAB on Mon Nov 26 2012, 15:56

They used to make Vacum pumps as well,
i used to have one till it got in my way and sold it.

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Post by mike d on Mon Nov 26 2012, 17:03

RAB wrote:They used to make Vacuum pumps as well,
i used to have one till it got in my way and sold it.

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i have a similar situation..but there in the MRS way in here utility sherd...lol...lol

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Post by stationary stu on Tue Nov 27 2012, 11:13

mike d wrote:broom and wade were well known for making pumps and composers....
could do with a better picture stu...bit fuzzy....or do i need to go to specsavers....lol...lol

Mike I think the pic has faded with age, this post was started in 2009 lol! lol! lol! someone dug it up again.

Nice to hear you gave your wife a shed there can't be many engine owners would do that, Mike your a true gent. king

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