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Motamec Jerry Can Rapid Fuel Transfer Hand Pump - For Petrol / Diesel

Part Number: MT-JCP9
Excl. VAT: £ 29.12 Incl. VAT: £34.95

Availability: In stock

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Motamec Jerry Can Rapid Fuel Transfer Hand Pump - For Petrol / Diesel

Fuel Transfer Pump For Steel Jerry Cans
The pump simply connects to the top of most lever cap Jerry cans and allows easy transfer of fuel.
By pumping the transfer pump by hand, it pressurises the Jerry can and forces the fuel out through the outlet hose under pressure.
The flow can be stopped at any time by releasing the spout attachment.
The pump can empty a Jerry can in less than 35 seconds (approximately), if used at full flow.
The pump allows re-fueling without the need lift and pour into funnel (a full Jerry can can weigh over 20kg!)
Ideal for use in motorsport, refuelling boats, aeroplanes, tractors, machinery etc.

1 meter long pipe

mesh filter on inlet end
Can be used with petrol or diesel
Jerry Can NOT included.

Instructions:
Regular Fueling
(When the Jerry can is below the fuel tank)
Securely fasten the pump to the Jerry can spout
Action the pump by pulling and pushing the handle several times
Continue pumping for steady flow of fuel
Stop the flow by pulling the spout attachment, releasing air pressure

Siphon Fueling
(When the Jerry can is above the fuel tank)
Securely fasten the pump to the Jerry can spout
Action the pump by pulling and pushing the handle several times
Once fuel starts flowing it should continue due to the syphon effect
Stop the flow by pulling the spout attachment, releasing air vacuum

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