The gasoline engine water pump is powerful and can deliver large amounts of water quickly and efficiently. Gasoline water pumps are also portable, which can provide you with the flexibility you need for many outdoor applications. Why choose gasoline engine water pump?
Compared with other types of pumps, gasoline water pumps are suitable for heavy-duty applications such as flood drainage or construction site drainage. The pumps have higher gallons per minute (GPM) and PSI ratings, which are essential for completing the work within a certain period of time.
You can use gasoline engine water pump anywhere on the job site, instead of relying on electricity to power the water pumps. Gasoline engines can be used to drive different types of water pumps, so you can find a gasoline engine water pump that meets your special needs.
The gasoline water pump is equipped with the most trusted BISON engine in the industry, so you can rely on the quality of most gasoline water pumps.
The classic design is neat and economical.
A framework designed for better protection.
Oil warning system with automatic engine shutdown.
Four-stroke, OHV (overhead valve), single-cylinder, air-cooled engine. Cast iron cylinder liner
Large muffler, quiet operation.
CE, EC-II, EPA, CARB, EMC certification
|Inlet/Ourlet(mm)||100 (4 inch)|
|Fuel Tank Capacity(L)||3.6L|
|20FT Quantity Set||330|
|40'HQ Quantity Set||828|
Can I use a water transfer pump for fuel?
Because fuel tends to dissolve the gaskets and other materials used in water pumps, water pumps cannot be used to transfer diesel and diesel pumps cannot be used to transfer water.
Which pump is used in petrol pump?
Older cars with a carburettor are usually fitted with a mechanical fuel pump (diaphragm pump). This type of fuel supply pump is driven by the camshaft or distributor shaft. It also draws the fuel from the tank and conveys it into the float chamber of the carburettor. The supply pressure is roughly 0.2 to 0.3 bar.