A fuel transfer pump is a mechanical or electrical device used to transfer fuel, such as gasoline, diesel, or other types of liquid fuel, from one container to another. These pumps are commonly used in various industries and applications, including refueling vehicles, filling storage tanks, and transferring fuel for machinery and equipment. Fuel transfer pumps are designed to efficiently and safely move fuel from one location to another.
There are different types of fuel transfer pumps, including:
1. Hand-operated pumps: These are manually operated pumps that require the user to physically pump a handle to transfer fuel. They are simple and portable, making them suitable for small-scale or remote applications.
2. Electric pumps: These pumps are powered by electricity and are often used for higher-volume fuel transfer applications. They are commonly found at fuel stations, construction sites, and in industrial settings.
3. Battery-powered pumps: These are portable pumps powered by rechargeable batteries, making them suitable for situations where electricity is not readily available.
4. Fuel transfer pumps with hoses and nozzles: Many fuel transfer pumps come with hoses and nozzles designed for safe and efficient fuel dispensing.
Fuel Transfer Pumps 12VDC Specifications:
1. Model: HIS-70
2. A M P: 10.8A
3. Cable: 2MTR
4. DC: 12V
5. Flow: 60LPM
6. Head: 15m
7. Pump: 70LPM
8. Speed: 3500rpm
9. Suction: 3M
10. Voltage: DC 24V/12V
11. Display Type: Digital
12. Pressure: 24V
13. Power: 550W