This gasoline powered water pump can quickly transport clean water. The BISON engine on the pump makes it very suitable for use in power outages and remote construction sites. BISON can provide you with gasoline water pumps and all the essentials, including pipes, fittings and pump accessories.
An efficient and powerful centrifugal pump and superior impeller reduce the discharge loss of the pump. The suction ports on both sides of the impeller provide axial balance for the impeller, thereby providing a full range of pump performance linearly related to the engine throttle.
Extend the life of the engine-the low fuel alarm will stop the engine when the oil is low to avoid damage to the engine.
Low vibration and low noise are installed in a protective tubular steel frame that is easy to carry. These devices have 3 anti-vibration installation points.
|Inlet/Ourlet(mm)||40 (1.5 inch)|
|Pump Lift (m)||55|
|Suction Height (m)||6|
|Engine Type||Single Cylinder, Air Cooled, 4-Stroke|
|Bore x Stroke(mm)||68*54|
|Fuei Tank Capacity(L)||3.6|
|20FT Quantity Set||385|
|40'HQ Quantity Set||900|
Before the gasoline water pump starts, if it is not filled with water, the impeller can only drive the air to rotate. Due to the small mass of air per unit volume, the air in the pump and the drain line cannot be discharged. A vacuum cannot be formed in the pump, and water cannot be sucked up.
How do gasoline pumps work?
Slanted blades on the rotating impeller push the water the way the blades on an electric fan push air. A suction pump moves the gas using the principle of unequal pressure. A pipe is inserted in the water. A motor above the fluid level removes enough air from the pipe to decrease the air pressure above the gasoline.