Powertech Honda 3″ Water Transfer Pump

$1,095.00

AVAILABLE ON BACK-ORDER - ETA: 28/06/2024
Part Number: PWP30

Available on back-order

WARRANTY:Engine: Honda 3 year nationwide

Pump: 1-year parts warranty

SHIPPING:Australia Wide
Honda 3 year Warranty
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POWERTECH HONDA 3" WATER TRANSFER PUMP

The Powertech Honda 3" Water Transfer Pump is perfectly suited for moving large amounts of water with its 3" suction and discharge ports. Designed for tasks including water tank filling/draining, clean water flood irrigation, fast filling tankers or any general-purpose clean water transfers. This unit is self-priming and fitted with cast alloy housings, heavy duty cast-iron internal impeller and volute, silicon carbide mechanical seals which provide excellent reliability and easy maintenance. Powered by the Honda GX200 4-Stroke engine this unit has the capacity to move 1000LPM and weighs in at 27kg so is easily transported by one person and is encased in a steel protective frame with rubber feet.

Our water transfer pumps are recommended for commercial use in construction, agriculture, mining, marine and any application where large amounts of water needs to be moved quickly.

The Honda GX series of 4-stroke commercial engines are world renowned for being workhorse engines with extreme reliability. Honda engines are always easy to start and are very well supported with Honda dealers and spare parts kept in every corner of the continent. For the ultimate in reliability you can't go past the Honda GX series of engines.

 

Pump specifications

Model:PWP30
Inlet inside:80mm/3.0inch
Outlet inside:80mm/3.0inch
Lift H.max:30m
Suction:7m
Displacement:1033 LPM

 

Engine specifications

Engine model:GX200
Displacement:196cc
Net Power:4.2KW/3600rpm
Bore×Stroke:68mm×54mm
Fuel Type:Unleaded
Fuel tank capacity:3.6L
Oil Type:Honda 10W30 4-Stroke
Oil Capacity:0.6L
Noise:≤75dB
Lubrication:Splash
Starting System:Recoil start
Chock Type:Manual Lever

 

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