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Posted Mon Jul 8, 2013, 6:52pm
Subject: Fiorenzato Bricoletta Pump Specs

I need to get a new rotary vane pump for my Fiorenzato Bricoletta.  The motor is fine so I just need to pump.  The price on 1st-Line has gone up quite a bit.  My current pump is a Procon made for Ascaso.  I cannot find the specs on that pump (I found the Ascaso parts list but no specs).  Procon pumps see much cheaper if you buy them directly, but they have several pumps that look alike but have different flow rates and pressure ranges.  Does anyone have proper specs for such a pump?  TIA

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Posted Wed Jul 10, 2013, 11:05am
Subject: Re: Fiorenzato Bricoletta Pump Specs

On the Procon, there should be a model number, Google the model number for specs and match it with a pump that has the same specs, likely the pump with the same model number, ya think? LOL! Often you will not see model numbers in a parts diagram, only a reference number.
You have to look at the pump in your hand to see the mod number.

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