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    Does anyone know, how does vibrate and rotary pump works?

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    Re: vibrate and rotary pump?

    Lots of info in the Forum boards about this Tony... Do a search and all will be revealed :)

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    Re: vibrate and rotary pump?

    I did a search and I got a total of three results for "rotary pump". No result told me how they worked.

    This is one of the most frustrating things I have found as a newbie.
    Please, please I mean no offense at all but search is not my friend.
    Maybe I am doing something wrong, I dont know. It is my impression that people have forgotten what it is like as a newbie. Again I am not pointing any fingers at all. I dont know how to put this point across without offending.
    Having said that I have most people have been trying to be very helpful.

    Any way back on topic.
    Try this site for rotary pumps http://www.pumpschool.com/principles/internal.htm
    :)

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    Hi Tony,

    I found some stuff instantly with a Google search. Try the espresso restorations website ;)

    2mcm

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    Re: vibrate and rotary pump?

    Hi Tony,

    A small article by someone making a intercooler sprayer for their turbo car using a espresso machine pump! I thought that I was mad!
    It sort of explains how a vibrating pump works.
    http://autospeed.com/A_2720/cms/article.html
    I personally think that the term "vibrating" is incorrect, should be solenoid pump.

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    Re: vibrate and rotary pump?

    Quote Originally Posted by 3536242420362E570 link=1232525597/4#4 date=1232582768
    should be solenoid pump.
    Reciprocating Piston Pump actually....

    If you do a site specific search using Google, more than 300 results from CoffeeSnobs is returned.... a la "rotary pump site: coffeesnobs.com.au"

    Mal.

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    Thx everyone~~

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    Re: vibrate and rotary pump?

    Quote Originally Posted by 022F2B272A460 link=1232525597/5#5 date=1232615082
    Quote Originally Posted by 3536242420362E570 link=1232525597/4#4 date=1232582768
    should be solenoid pump.
    Reciprocating Piston Pump actually....

    If you do a site specific search using Google, more than 300 results from CoffeeSnobs is returned.... a la "rotary pump site: coffeesnobs.com.au"

    Mal.
    ;DAre you trying to get me to bite? ;D
    http://www.ako-pump.co.uk/product.asp
    http://www.ulka.it/prodotti_2.php?id_liv=3&id_liv2=110&id_liv3=109&id _prod=77

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    Re: vibrate and rotary pump?

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    vibrate and rotary pump?
    Jan 21st, 2009, 7:13pm Does anyone know, how does vibrate and rotary pump works? [/QUOTE]

    hey tony,

    i believe the main difference between vibrating and rotay pumps is rotary pumps provide full pump pressure instantly to the group head and vibrating pumps go through a build up of pressure over a few seconds.

    CE



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