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Help information on my Blake pump

Post by rich07961 on Mon Jul 20 2015, 17:24

Hi all, trying to find some info on my Blake pump, I don,t have much to go on as don,t have a plate on it
if any one can help with maybe the year it was made or around would help.

Thanks Richard


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Re: Help information on my Blake pump

Post by blue cat on Wed Jul 22 2015, 18:12

Some history here:
http://www.gracesguide.co.uk/John_Blake

Blakes now owned by Allspeeds:
http://www.allspeeds.co.uk/products-services/blake-hydram/

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Re: Help information on my Blake pump

Post by stationary stu on Sun Aug 16 2015, 17:40

Cracking looking pump. Did you find out any info on it?

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Re: Help information on my Blake pump

Post by rich07961 on Sun Aug 16 2015, 18:34

Hi Stu,

It is a cracking pump and bought as is, except for renewing the trolly, cleaning up brass work and making up pipework, all I have done with paintwork is to touch up here and there, someone must have restored it at some stage as its painted mid brunswick green same as lister d, I bought some tractol and it's a really good colour match and looks good only by brushing.I have not found much on pump just that it is a double action piston pump prob made in the 30s, I have emailed pictures to some suppliers
but they have not bothered to reply, so I'm really still in the dark, if you search for blake pumps all you get info on are the hydram
pumps he developed. Hoping someone at Fairford steam rally next week will help me out.


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