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Post  k9spud on Fri Nov 04, 2011 5:49 pm

first i would like to say thanks to james for all his good information /plans and shareing his knowalage with us.
a question
i have a keene 151 dryblower and considering building a banjo/highbanker and posabiby with a dregde attached.
would you use the top half of the dryblower and support frame and add the lower catch tray/riffle and spray bars.
or just start from scratch.
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Post  Guest on Fri Nov 04, 2011 5:58 pm

k9spud wrote:first i would like to say thanks to james for all his good information /plans and shareing his knowalage with us.
a question
i have a keene 151 dryblower and considering building a banjo/highbanker and posabiby with a dregde attached.
would you use the top half of the dryblower and support frame and add the lower catch tray/riffle and spray bars.
or just start from scratch.
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Mate i have no idea i have never worked with a dryblower but if you can post a photo. i reckon we could work something out. cheers

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Post  Guest on Fri Nov 04, 2011 6:10 pm

Mate i just had a look at the dryblower in question I think by the time ya played around it would be by far much easier to build from scratch. cheers

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Post  k9spud on Fri Nov 04, 2011 6:18 pm

james the top box has a clasifer and a flow control underneath .
looking at making a complete new bottom half so it can be useb wet or dry by interchanging the lower halfs


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Post  k9spud on Fri Nov 04, 2011 6:25 pm

thanks james
i was trying to minamize the amount of gear that i cart around.
i see your high banker is very compact anyway.
i will start scrounging for bits and pieces.
cheers

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Post  Guest on Fri Nov 04, 2011 6:30 pm

looking at the photo you could fit a set of spray bars no trouble at all then all you would need do is make a seal for where the air comes in the bottom. the rest should be fine left alone without any mods. But mate as i said i have never worked with a dryblower but it should work just fine. cheers

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Post  Guest on Fri Nov 04, 2011 7:05 pm

k9, a few points to keep in mind. Pump size what type of pump are you considering? I would recommend getting a petrol one but keep it small. A pump with an inch inlet/outlet will give you up to 70 meters or there about. A one and a half inch inlet/outlet will give a much better pumping distance say up to or around 150 meters depending on the pump. But the pump will govern what size piping you will need on your hopper and the jetting also. If you use a A one and a half inch pump you can use 20 or 15 mm pipe with 2 mm jets but if you use a inch inlet/outlet pump you must use a 20 mm pipe with 1.5 mm jets. hope that helps cheers mate.

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Post  k9spud on Fri Nov 04, 2011 9:11 pm

what would you recomend in a 4 stroke/ pump size
i have had a good run with hondas in thair small motors.
do you have model numbers of one thats good.
i have some lengths s/s box gutter that is bent in a u shape with wings on each side i will measure it tomorrow and mae a plan.

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Post  Guest on Fri Nov 04, 2011 10:43 pm

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Post  Guest on Sat Nov 05, 2011 9:33 am

The WX15CX1C this is a good little pump, when you look at the specks the Suction head lift will tell you how far the pump will lift the water {from pump to water supply}. Total head lift this figure is based on the maximum head lift. {from pump to unit}. Their are a few other points which i highlighted in the specks which must be considered when looking at pumps. Remember their are two types of pumps self priming and non self priming, on the self priming pumps a foot valve is not required but on a non self priming pump it is. cheers ©

The WX15CX1C would be my pick for a replacement pump.

is a lightweight, water transfer pump that is perfect for pool maintenance, filling water tanks at the cottage, or small-drainage jobs. It’ is powered by Honda’s GXH50, OHV, 4-stroke engine and has 38-mm (1.5-inch) (38-mm) suction and discharge ports.


WATER PUMP TYPE

TRANSFER

PUMP CENTRIFUGAL

TYPE SELF-PRIMING

SUCTION PORT DIAMETER 38 MM /1.5 IN.

DISCHARGE PORT DIAMETER 38 MM /1.5 IN.

LITRES PER MINUTE 240

IMP. GAL. PER MINUTE 53

LITRES PER HOUR 14400

IMP. GAL. PER HOUR 3180

TOTAL HEAD 40 M /130 FT.

SUCTION HEAD (TOTAL LIFT) 8 M /26 FT.

PRIMING TIME @ 5M(16.4 FT.) 110 SECONDS

PUMP BODY ALUMINUM

IMPELLER ALUMINUM

Honda ENGINE GXH50 4-STROKE

TYPE OHV; AIR-COOLED; SINGLE CYL.

DISPLACEMENT 49 CC

LUBRICATION SYSTEM SPLASH TYPE

GOVERNOR MECHANICAL

STARTING SYSTEM RECOIL

FUEL TANK CAPACITY 1.2 L /0.26 IMP. GAL.

OIL ALERT STANDARD

DRIVE UNIT TYPE DIRECT COUPLE / MECH. SEAL

FRAME TYPE HANDLE TYPE; STEEL BASE

LENGTH 325 MM /12.8 IN.

WIDTH 275 MM /10.8 IN.

HEIGHT 375 MM /14.8 IN.

DRY WEIGHT 9 KG. /20 LB.




http://powerequipment.honda.ca/Content/powerequipment.honda.ca/en/36f94262-4230-4139-bf80-0465d9a910b6/GenericContent_Link/Honda_Measurement_Conversion_En.pdf




Honda WX10

Lightweight general purpose pump

Easy starting Honda mini 4-stroke engine
37 gal./min capacity
Weighs only 13.4 lbs.
Garden hose adaptor, suction hose, clamps, and strainer included


WX10 Specifications

Engine GX25

Displacement 25cc

Bore and stroke 1.4" x 1.0"

Compression Ratio 8.0:1

Oil Alert N/A

Pump type General purpose Centrifugal Self-priming

Volute Aluminum

Impeller Aluminum

Mechanical Seal Carbon/Ceramic

Priming time 80 sec. at 16.4 ft.

Drive system Direct

Discharge capacity 37 gals./min.

Suction port diameter 1.0" NPT

Discharge port diameter 1.0" NPT

Total head lift 118 ft.

Suction head lift 26 ft.

Maximum pressure 51 psi

Solids handling N/A

Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.8" x 8.7" x 11.8"

Dry weight 13.4 lbs.

Strainer Part # 78325-YB0-711










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