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    I built a shop made cooling system for my 200 dx using a spare miller (Oberdorfer) pump. man is that pump noisy, yes it was, is new. is there any pumps out there that are quiet? The dynasty is quiet and i would like to keep it that way. I hate air cooled torches. Any one?

    Todd

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    I know what you are saying, those are some noisy pumps. I have one in an old radiator 1 that I have connected to my dynasty. So nosiy it would almost drive someone to buy a brand new cooler just to make it go away. But for the $30 I paid I can't complain too much Vs the cost of a brand new unit.

    -Dan
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    • #3
      Here you go, they have a very good selection http://www.usplastic.com/catalog/cat...lickid=leftnav
      glen, If your not on the edge, your wasting space

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      • #4
        Try Arc Zone

        Arc Zone sells the pump bodies without a motor, but they want a pretty penny for them. As the coolant doesn't normally get very warm and and is moderate pressure you might even try a Shure brand pump. Northern Tool has 115 volt pumps that will put out 30 psi and even have adjustable pressure models. The pump bodies are plastic but might be worth a try as they are about 1/4 the price of the real cooler pump bodies.

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        • #5
          Carbonator Pump

          Check this one on EBay. I can't guarantee that it is the correct one, but worth a look.

          Item number 160303951832 or use the link.

          http://cgi.ebay.com/Procon-carbonato...1%7C240%3A1318

          I have not had good luck pasting the long links into a browser, so I recommend putting the item number into EBay search engine.

          I purchased a similar unit and it works great on my homemade cooler.

          Jerry in Anchorage

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          • #6
            Thanks guy's, I was looking for something to just replace the pump itself and not the motor. And i thought maybe someone here had already done something like this. I'll be checking out several options.

            Todd

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            • #7
              Jerry, Is that procon quiet? Really quiet?

              Todd

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              • #8
                Procon is quiet

                My pump is very quiet. My fan, on the other hand, is pretty loud, it moves 300 CFM.

                Jerry in Anchorage

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