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Frosty69

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Hi people,

I am trying to find a ready built replacement for the motor controls that I have attached pictures of. I have tried google but just get lots of rubbish.
Does anybody know of a company that do them? The controls are only controlling one pump local to the start/stop button and just need updating as there really old and the factory is trying to bring itself back to a more modern state.
I will attach pics of current controls and typical pump spec.

Thanks
 

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Amp David

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I have used thee now on 2 occasions. Delivery is prompt and the price was good. Someone on here gave me the link originally.

Motor Starters UK
 

snowhead

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Whatever you get you'll need 415v coils on the contactors, I can't see a neutral entering the old box.
 
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Swicade

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It's an old MEM star/delta starter....and as stated looks to be 415v coils.

Go to any local wholesaler and ask for a 'Star/Delta starter with 415v coils with desired motor amp overload' and jobs a good'un.
 

darkwood

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New flex glands and appropriate sealant would save alot of money also a rust barrier spray paint, i assume its working fine and just showing a bit of asthetic rusting, you should also address the cause of the water running down the starter whether or not you make good old or replace. If water is an ongoing issue then a new starter is needed as existing wont be IP rated remember to specify IP rating if starter to be fixed in same position.
 
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Frosty69

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Thanks a lot guys I've got an electric centre up the road so I will drop in next week. Always good to see that several people reply unlike other sites that you never get replies to.
Thanks again
 

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