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KaptCrunch December 13, 2010 01:31 PM

Laing Pumps that shake/vide
 
doing a poll on your laing pump any model

just want to know the % of noisey viber units

gingerbee December 13, 2010 01:32 PM

i have owned 3 and none made noise at all i that found

matsta31 December 13, 2010 01:39 PM

I owned, through the last 4 years, about 4 different Mcp355. One was vibrating.... The ifrst one actually. I dont know if it was a case/position thing or the pump. I corrected the problem by using a small piece a material to dampen the vibration.

JayDeeHobbit December 13, 2010 02:27 PM

Not a peep of noise or jiggle of vibration from mine.

MCP655-B I've had for 3 1/2 years now and has been going 24/7 for about half that time.

G777 December 13, 2010 03:17 PM

Had one mcp355 running 24/7 for a year... so far no issues:biggrin:

AmuseMe December 13, 2010 03:57 PM

Mine makes noise, they all do, it's impossible for something that has a motor not too :p But if the noise bothers or is recognized by a person or not, that is different. I have a 355 with an EK top, and find that the noise is moderate. It doesn't bother me at all, and my tower is right beside me. It also doesn't vibratre - its mounted on a homebrew shoggy

gingerbee December 13, 2010 04:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AmuseMe (Post 461922)
Mine makes noise, they all do, it's impossible for something that has a motor not too :p But if the noise bothers or is recognized by a person or not, that is different. I have a 355 with an EK top, and find that the noise is moderate. It doesn't bother me at all, and my tower is right beside me. It also doesn't vibratre - its mounted on a homebrew shoggy

well i have owned 3x 355 mcp's and 2 655 and the only time they made any noise that was noticeable without putting my ear to them was when priming you know that the fluid rushes around to act as a buffer between the outer walls, there design this way :haha::thumb: it's how they last so long he he there's no physical motor in them it's a magnet drive alternating current with a ceramic bearing but i am pretty sure you know this man :punk:

MpG December 13, 2010 08:14 PM

Three DDC 3-series, one D5, all excellent. Soft-mounting is required, of course, just like any pump, but no abnormal vibes or shakes.

mr.Phantom December 13, 2010 08:51 PM

MCP655 with EK-D5 X-TOP 10 months @ setting 2. No noise.

Dazmode December 14, 2010 09:03 AM

I use 1 x 655-B and 2 D5 vario. Rather quiet for my taste even at max speed. I'm bit deaf on one ear although...:haha:


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