Sundstrand pump ID and X-reference.

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Old 04-23-08, 10:29 AM
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Sundstrand pump ID and X-reference.

Hello all
I have an old Sundstrand pump that needs
to be replaced. The number on it is S1RB-201.
Could anyone cross it to a Suntec # ?
Thanks.
John
 
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Old 04-23-08, 06:12 PM
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Sunstrand

Is that a fuel pump or a circulator? Some more details & pics would help.
 
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Old 04-24-08, 04:54 AM
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It's a fuel oil pump for an oil burner. I can't seem
to find any info on that perticular part #. It looks
similar to this.

John
 
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Fuel Pump

The one you have pictured is a J or H pump. In order to suggest a replacement I need to know speed, rotation, firing rate, firing pressure, & mounting method (hub or flange).
 
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sunstrand pump and x -reference

Hi, I have the identical sunstrand pump on my oil burner and do not know how to take the strainer out to clean it. I can drain the pump and reprime it OK but I just cannot figure out where the strainer is. Do I have to take out all the bolts on the end of the pump? Where on the pump could you put a pressure guage to see how well the pump is working?
Thanks, Rich
 
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To access the strainer the 8 cover bolts are removed. The strainer being a basket that pulls out.

For the gauge pressure port it is on the side of the pump next to the outlet port. The side of the pump being the same end as the cover. It is typically a 1/8" NPT thread.

In the picture posted above it looks like there is a bleeder in the pressure port.

Al.
 
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Old 10-27-08, 03:23 PM
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Checking Pressure

I usually just dead end the copper nozzle tube into a gauge.
 
 

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