Ahm about to hook up a very bad-assed Kalamazoo automatic horz'l cutoff saw. Ahm doin my best not to burn it up/down (which would make *three* in a goddamm row...), but I don't have a way of predetermining rotation on the pump. The saw motor used to be a "reference", but numbers came off the wiring, and that reference is lost. IOW, even if the saw motor spins right, the pump could still spin wrong.
How bad is that to do, momentarily? Can I get away with it, ie verify pump direction w/ the pressure gauge?
As a pita alternative, I could disconnect the lovejoy coupling, and look at just the motor spinning, IF I knew what direction the pump head should turn. I looked for the arrow on the head, but did not see it. I know the high and low side of the pump head--is there a std rotation direction between the two?
I'm tryna get this thing going *tonite*, as I got some peeps comin over tomorrow, who I would like to see turn green w/ envy.... :)
-- Mr. P.V.'d formerly Droll Troll