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Lister pump piping.

Post by steamman on Sun Mar 16 2014, 17:42

Hi, can somebody  tell me where I can get the pipes and fittings for the inlet and outlet and primer ports on my Lister H2 water pump.
Thanks, Bernard.

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Re: Lister pump piping.

Post by matt86 on Sun Mar 16 2014, 18:08

do you want to use copper pipe or the original iron type of pipe ?

both has pros and cons

copper you can polish up to a shine and is cheaper and more available to get hold of iron pipe look more in keeping with the era in my opinion but more on your pocket and not as easy to get from your local plumbing shop .

If want iron go to a plubcenter for the pipe if want copper just a run of the mill plumbing shop , but will want a adapter from 1" or may be 1.1/4 " to 22 mm copper ,depending if you have any other fittings coming out the pump may not be sizes i suggested . I wouldn't go any smaller than 22mm copper pipework .

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Post by Lewis MacRae on Sun Mar 16 2014, 20:21

All of the pumps in my possession (all be it 3!) use copper pipe looks nice I think and if its shined up (not To over the top) it appeals to the public in a certain way?

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Re: Lister pump piping.

Post by Villiers on Sun Mar 16 2014, 21:54

If it's an H2 then it is 1 1/4 inch pipework, if it is a high pressure one then it will be 3/4 outlet on it. Ideally you want 28mm inlet and 22mm outlet if you are using copper, this will look "right". Don't know where you are but if you are local I could sort you out with some pipework, both copper and iron.

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Re: Lister pump piping.

Post by steamman on Sun Mar 16 2014, 22:18

Thanks for your help guys that has given me something to work on.

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