Petrol Water Transfer Pump are used for pumping water from the ground or from a well. It is also used for irrigation, firefighting, and other purposes. The gasoline pump can be installed in any place where there is no power supply.
A gasoline water pump is a machine used to transport water from one place to another. It is also used to draw water from wells and septic tanks. There are several types of gasoline water pumps on the market, but the most commonly used are electric pumps and gasoline pumps. The difference between these two types of pumps is that electric pumps need to be plugged into an electrical outlet to work, while petrol pumps don’t require any external power source and they are also portable.
Gasoline engines are much more efficient than diesel engines because they have fewer moving parts and don't require as much maintenance as diesel engines.
Gasoline engines also cost less than diesel engines because they are lighter and simpler than diesel engines and do not require expensive filters or exhaust cleaners like diesel engines.
They do not require electricity or battery power and are therefore easy to operate. You just need to open the tank, fill it up and start pumping. You can use them anywhere.
They are inexpensive and easy to repair or replace when broken or damaged.
Suitable for use in rural areas with few power lines.
It can be used in areas without electricity at all to meet the needs of being far away from cities and villages but still wishing to irrigate crops with clean water from rivers or ponds nearby.
Also acts as an emergency pump during floods or droughts.
No need for special skills.
Low noise level.
Low maintenance cost.
BISON petrol water transfer pump, just add petrol to start water delivery. The transfer pump can transfer solid waste up to 1/2 inch in diameter and is the perfect solution for fast and efficient water transfer.
|Pump inlet and outlet size||50mm/2.0 inch|
|Pump suction height||7m|
|Pump displacement||27 m3|
|Engine type||single cylinder, air cooled, 4 stroke|
|Engine max. power||4.1KW|
|Engine rated power||3.0KW|
|Engine rated speed||3000RPM/3600RPM|
|Engine compression ratio||8.5|
|Engine ignition system||T.C.I|
|Engine strating system||Recoil starting/electric starting|
|Delivery time||25-30 days after deposit|
A: Transfer pumps can be used to move gasoline in and out of vehicle gas tanks or siphoning water out of flooded areas.
A: If your hand pump is using suction lift, the max is about 30 feet, but from that depth you'll only be able to get low low rates if doing it manually as it will be a lot of work.