Sanborn v89a200 V Twin Manual, overhaul / seal kit?


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Sanborn v89a200 V Twin Manual

Sanborn v89a200 V Twin Manual

Sanborn v89a200 V Twin Manual
Sanborn v89a200 V Twin Manual

I have what I believe to be a Sanborn V89A200 V twin air compressor. I need a seal kit and possibly a full over haul kit for it. A manual with an exploded parts view would be wonderful as well. I'm not holding my breath.


Now for the good stuff, does anyone else have one of these units and have you had it apart?

Are the bearings easily replaced with stock bearings?

How about the pistons?

Are there comparable pistons from other models?

I'm quite good at digging things up on the internet but there is NOTHING out there.

The only reference I found is a fellow on this site asking how to change the oil in one.

As a side question, is there any risk of damage/over heating by running these older compressors with a 1750 RPM motor?

I can only imagine if the pulley/flywheels are blowers that they cool better at higher RPMs, thoughts?

Thanks in advance for any help.

Jesse.

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Aug 01, 2018
Jesse - Sanborn v89a200 V Twin
by: Doug in s.d.ca

Thanks for the update.

And - you did install the separator the right way?

Have fun...

Jul 30, 2018
Sanborn v89a200 V Twin Manual, overhaul / seal kit?
by: Jesse

Well, thanks for that information again Doug. It currently has a 2HP 3450RPM motor, the pump hardly puts out a breeze, I'm guessing its down around 1000RPM somewhere.

I have currently run out of funding for rebuilding this pump. I might get to it next year, we will see. It pumps fine, I have 3 other pumps that need alot more work than this one. I have an older Sears unit and older Campbell Hausfield unit, and a small single piston unit that I need help IDing.

Anyway, the pump showin in the pictures is sitting ontop of a new Campbell 20 gallon tank with a Square D pumptrol pressure switch and a brass tree to behold. Check valve matches my Dads new sanborn unit so we can share check valves. The pop off valve is of the same make from ebay but US made. I put a SMC regulator/moisture separator on the output and was disappointed to see moisture coming out of my nozzle and not being removed by the separator. Oh well, I'm done throwing money at it for now.

I'll keep you posted on any new developments.
Jesse

Jul 27, 2018
You're welcome.
by: Doug in s.d.ca

Regarding
"As a side question, is there any risk of damage/over heating by running these older compressors with a 1750 RPM motor?

I can only imagine if the pulley/flywheels are blowers that they cool better at higher RPMs, thoughts?"

Not clear on the first part - the average compressor motor is either 3450 or 1725 rpm, so a "1750" would be close enough, but probably 1725, in reality. They slip, and a non-slip motor is usually 3600 or 1800 rpm. Anyway, what counts is the rpm of the pump.

As to the cooling, yes, but then there's more heat, too, and the design of some pumps might not work at all at double the speed, or at least much lower efficiency.

You can pretty much count on the oem to get the most possible out of it within the limits of wall sockets.

OTOH, there are bigger pumps that can be run with various HP motors for more output (CFM and/or pressure), but the pump speed remains within a fairly narrow range.

Anyway, have fun and good luck.

Tell us how you make out with it, will you?

Thanks

Jul 27, 2018
Sanborn v89a200 V Twin Manual, overhaul / seal kit?
by: Anonymous

Doug
Thank you very much.
I thought I had the model number of the pump, but it turns out its the model of the whole air comp. From that I was able to figure out its a "46" pump I'm going to measure the pistons this weekend and see about getting them from another pump model. It looks like the gaskets won't be too much of a problem yo make.
Thanks very much for the tip. Greatly appreciated.
Jesse

Jul 26, 2018
Sanborn v89a200 V Twin ... it ain't much,
by: Doug in s.d.ca

but I think it may be this:

https://mastertoolrepair.com/portable-oilbath-air-compressor-parts-64bl100-64bl150-89bl200-p-748758.html

You'll probably have to make anything else...

They do seem to have a manual, FWIW.

Good luck.

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