Recipricating Pumps

Discussion in 'Tutorials & DIY' started by pws, Dec 5, 2012.

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  1. pws

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    hi ya i am new to this wfp mularky but as i have seen a few diy set ups on here i thought as i am getting older a pole might be handy for the odd dodgey window, i have an old carpet cleaner the vac is fooked but the pump works fine its an on demand pump recipricatin typ it pumps about 55psi, thing is wold this be any good for a wfp will it run of a 12 volt battery?
     
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  2. nearlyclean

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    Not sure whether it would be suitable, cant see why not as long as it is water proof. I used a shurflo pump 100psi which ran off a 12v battery. But to be honest you probably be better off in invest in a cheap backpack for around £100.
     
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