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WEST System 306 Pumps
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WEST System Pumps, 306 A metering pumps
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WEST System 306 Pumps Customer Questions and Answers

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are you able to fit a 1quart mixing cup under both dispensors or is a larger size required?

Asked on 10/28/2015 by THOMAS NOORMAE

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Thank You

Answered on 10/28/2015 by THOMAS NOORMAE
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When you assemble the pumps, you can angle the spouts toward each other a little so that they are only a couple of inches apart. Then you can use a smaller mixing cup if you are only making a few ounces. You can still fit a larger cup under the spouts if you are mixing a large amount.

Answered on 10/28/2015 by JOHN NEWCOMB

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You have 8 inches of clearence are more under the discharger nozzle.

Answered on 10/28/2015 by ERIC BABINEAUX

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The dispenser arms are movable. I had to build a stand to bring cups up for my pump. You can adjust the arms for most cup sizes. I mostly use 16 ounce solo cups.

Answered on 10/28/2015 by IVIN BALLEN

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Thank You for info

Answered on 10/28/2015 by THOMAS NOORMAE

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Thomas, that shouldn't be a problem, there is over 11" of clearance from benchtop to spouts; you could easily get a small bucket under them.

Answered on 10/28/2015 by JEFF WILSON
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I have a 306 pump. The pump arm is frozen tight - I cannot get it to move, so it doesn't dispense epoxy anymore. The problem seems to be that the two pistons/cylinders are so tight I can't separate them. Either the pistons have swollen or the cylinders have shrunk. Can I get these parts? This was an expensive item and should never have had this kind of failure. Regards, Walter Briggs

Asked on 08/15/2017 by walter from Cherry Valley, NY

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There is a rebuild kit available. The Rebuild Kit contains: Hardener tank, resin tank, gaskets, O-rings, seals, and spouts.

Answered on 12/19/2017 by JD Tech Team
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I have had the same pump for probably 35 years I have just rebuilt it for the third or fourth time, In the past I have purchase the kit but this time I only purchased the teflon O rings. Pour out the resin and hardener, one tank at a time! With a deep socket and long extension unscrew the valves at the bottom of the tanks and remove and clean the tanks with acetone. Remove the pump body from the frame and remove the ball bearings in the passage under the valves. Soak valves and ball bearing in acetone Clean the chain links with acetone. Place the pump body into a vice and pour acetone into the cylinders At this stage you should be able to remove the pump arm with pistons attached.

Answered on 06/06/2018 by ted
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I need replacement buckets for my 306 buckets. Any idea where I can get just the two buckets?

Asked on 02/20/2017 by Dave from SK, RI

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Our WSY-306Kit contains the replacement buckets and all the fittings.

Answered on 03/01/2017 by Anonymous
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I don't see that as a replacement part that we have available. Try calling West Systems: 866-937-8797

Answered on 02/22/2017 by
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made in america?

Asked on 05/08/2014 by Undisclosed

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Yes.

Answered on 05/08/2014 by GEOFF GAHM
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YES. It even has a nice American Flag right on the front.

Answered on 05/09/2014 by EDWARD GREINER
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what exactly is included in the rebuild kit?

Asked on 06/30/2015 by Jonathan Pope

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Includes seals, balls, gaskets, springs, high-rise tubes with ferrules and new resin and hardener reservoirs with lid

Answered on 06/30/2015 by Rick White
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