Westward Air Operated Oil Drum Pump, 3.7 GPM,  1/4" FNPT, 2012-0331-V3, automotive oil drum pump
Westward Air Operated Oil Drum Pump 2012-0331-V3
Westward Air Operated Oil Drum Pump 2012-0331-V3
Westward Air Operated Oil Drum Pump 2012-0331-V3

Westward Air Operated Oil Drum Pump 2012-0331-V3

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    • Westward Air Operated Oil Drum Pump, 3.7 GPM,  1/4" FNPT, 2012-0331-V3
  • Air Operated Drum Pump, Pump Package
  • Type Basic Pump without Discharge Hose
  • Air Inlet Size 1/4 in FNPT,
  • Air Outlet Size 1 3/8 in, 
  • For Container Size 55 gal, 
  • For Container Type Drum, Max. Flow Rate 3.7 gpm, 
  • Max. Oil Flow 3.7 gpm, 
  • Max. Viscosity 850 cps, 
  • Discharge Connection Type FNPT, 
  • Min. Air Pressure 30 psi, Max. Air Pressure 150 psi, 
  • Ratio 3:1, 
  • Max. Head - Pumps 26 ft,
  • Max. Outlet Pressure 450 psi,
  •  Max. Fluid Temp. 140 Degrees F,
  • Motor Enclosure: Motor Housing
  • This Item Is new But is missing a cheap Adapter to an air hose. (5$ online)
  • Automotive fluid, fuel, and oil pneumatic drum pumps are designed for dispensing and transferring moderate to large volumes of fluids such as diesel fuel, coolant, washer fluid, power steering fluid, transmission fluid, and engine oil. Sometimes called an air-operated oil transfer pump or a pneumatic fuel transfer pump, these pumps are commonly used during automotive service and fleet maintenance to drain fuel tanks and remove spent fluids from vehicles and engine-powered machinery. Pneumatic drum pumps (also called air-powered or air-operated barrel pumps) are motor-driven devices powered by a compressed air supply to draw out fluids from a container. They allow more precise flow control than electric drum pumps and generate higher flow rates than hand drum pumps to dispense or transfer moderate to large amounts of fluid. These air-operated transfer pumps connect to an adapter that allows the intake shaft of the pump to be mounted through the bung hole of a drum or other container. They're used for pumping fluids at manufacturing plants, construction sites, automotive shops, and other facilities with air compressors or compressed air systems.

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