myrand Senior Member Joined: 11 Jul 2012 Posts: 16 Location: canada Expertise: I live coffee
Espresso: pavoni europicolla Grinder: not a good one
Posted Wed Mar 20, 2013, 7:59pm Subject: Re: still looking for a pump
i dont see anything wrong with pumping almost boiling water at 150psi.. . . . . .it will be enclosed just in case.
wana have a coffee maker in my shop and there are no way i'll put a nice machine out there. easiest way i found to make something acceptable is to pump hot water trough a portafilter, its also very versatile and adjustable to go that way.
i just can't find the pump, and all the information i find about the procon are quite unsure.
calblacksmith Moderator Joined: 25 Nov 2007 Posts: 6,809 Location: Riverside, Ca, U.S.A. Expertise: I live coffee
Espresso: ECM Veneziano A1 Grinder: Many different commercial Vac Pot: 40s era Silex Drip: Milita, Bunn&Curtis... Roaster: Cast iron pan, gas burner
Posted Thu Mar 21, 2013, 2:56am Subject: Re: still looking for a pump
A pump needs to be designed with components that are able to be serviceable at those temps. Most pumps are not so designed but may be used in such service, for as long as they last.
If you just start shopping at Goodwill and similar stores, it will not be long until you find a pump driven machine for about twenty bucks, no high quality machine need be purchased and the work will be done. Then again, if the point is to make it yourself then that is a different thing.
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