- Hand operated for easy use
- Delivers approximately 6 gallons per 100 revolutions quickly
- Made of lightweight die-cast aluminum for durability
- 1" polymer suction pipe adjusts for 15 to 55 gallon drums
- Use with medium-viscosity oils, diesel fuel and non-corrosive fluids
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Fill-Rite SD62 Hand Pump Rotary 2-Vane Curved Spout
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Specifications for this item
|EAN||0089404185179 , 0601000235296 , 0640024929828 , 0089404003831|
|Is Assembly Required||N|
|Item Weight||10 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Manufacturer|
|Number of Items||1|
|Power Source Type||gas-powered|
|UPC||640024929828 , 089404003831 , 089404185179 , 601000235296|
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Initially, when I purchased it in early 2012 it seemed like a bargain. However, by October 2012, the pump seized and the handle snapped off. It could be ween that the handle was a cheap casting (not a forging).
Aside from getting set behind in work (after all, when a pump like this is purchased, it is because it is *needed*), I was generally ignored by Fill-Rite. When I called the company, Fill-Rite, they were not any help regarding warranty and indicated that I needed to find out who the distributor was (Although my purchase was from Amazon LLC, the Fill-Rite rep I spoke to said they did not consider Amazon a distributor.
If you are looking for a pump, avoid this model. And if this model is an indication of their material quality, avoid Fill-Rite in General. The right tool that lasts may cost a little more, but as the old saying goes, "buy once--cry once".
The pump is good. I can't complain about that. It is a US company, but this is made in China as stated on the box.
The threads are NPT, but off a little? I used a standard piece of pipe for a little more length, and attached the strainer to it, and it broke the strainer easily. It was not an issue with over-torque, or stripping threads, it just broke the strainer... I estimate at appoximately 35 ft-lbs. I put it the rest of the way on anyway, and it seems to function, but when the fluid level gets below the big crack, it will probably lose suction.
I contacted the manufacturer and received ZERO response. Thank heavens it wasn't the pump that broke.
UPDATE: I definitely should have bought the one for half this price. I went for this one, because the other had reviews saying the seal leaks with diesel fuel. I finally used this pump for the first time today. It leaks with diesel fuel as well. I am very Disappointed in the Value of this product. I paid ~54 for the same quality I could have had for ~25.
I'd say 5 stars for the pump itself, but 1 star for the incorrect information.
the nearest gas 10 miles away they price gouge and the price is near $5.00 a gallon...
I use the tank to keep fuel at my detached garage at my property so I always have fuel
available for my motorcycles, etc. The pump on the GREG SMITH tank went bad after little
use and only a little over a year old. I decided rather than order another cheap replacement
that was the same instead I would try the Tuthill SD62. Boy am I glad I did. This pump works MUCH better...
The flow rate is MUCH higher and I can fill my motorcycle tanks a lot faster.
To install this one on the GREG SMITH portable tank...
1) Remove the flexible hose from the old pump.
2) Remove the old pump from the tank.
3) Remove the black adapter on the end of the pipe coming from the tank.
4) Screw on the Tuthill SD 62 pump on to the pipe coming from the tank.
5) Screw the flexible hose you removed from the old pump on to the SD62 pump.
Do be careful when installing the handle on this SD62 pump. It comes with a very cheap screw
and when tightening it I broke the head off the screw but the screw is installed and the
handle is secure so I won't have a problem unless I need to remove the handle in which
case I'll have to drill out the old screw but I figure by the time this pump goes bad
I'll just replace it with another so it shouldn't be an issue.
Very glad I went with this pump.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
First one would not work, second one is great. Use a lot of the Teflon tape (supplied) as the threads are very loose. I wrapped each pipe 20 times to get a good seal.Published 9 days ago by Life Lover
it broke in the vise during assembly never got to use it, its junk.thanks for nothingPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
We installed this on an ATF drum -- use it daily. It pumps 20-weight oil just fine. No complaints. Seems like it was a pretty good price when we ordered it.Published 4 months ago by Patrick Toth
Admiration, amusement and irritation. And that's just for the documentation. Nowhere anywhere on the on-line documentation or on the outside of the package does the word... Read morePublished 6 months ago by TechSupport
I hate the pumps made for 5gal contianers....
This works awesome for them. It came with a 3 section tube
and one worked perfectly to reach the bottom. Read more