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Safety Siphon - Safe Multi-Purpose Self Priming Pump


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  • TRIPLE-SEVEN-ENTERPRISES INC. Safety Siphon Self Priming Pump 00101
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Technical Details
BrandTRIPLE-SEVEN-ENTERPRISES INC.
Item Weight1 ounces
Product Dimensions11 x 10 x 1 inches
Manufacturer Part Number00101-TRIPLESEVEN
  
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ASINB000BG1X54
Best Sellers Rank #2,921 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Triple Seven Safety Siphon Self Priming Pump.


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I use it to transfer gas from a gas can to a jet ski.
Bryce
As long as you have enough depth of liquid in the container to start the siphon you are good to go.
Braxton Texas
All you do is put one end in the lawnmower tank and the other end in the gas can.
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469 of 487 people found the following review helpful By ~*Just Me *~ on January 22, 2010
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This video review was made by my husband.
He purchased this on Amazon and is very easy to use and fast.
He made this video review because there is too many people who say they cant get it to work, and its just too simple!
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135 of 138 people found the following review helpful By Nikhil Ramkarran on February 8, 2008
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This, at its most basic, is a foot valve at the end of a hose. How it works:
1. The foot valve prevents liquid in the hose from flowing out that end.
2. Each time you push the end with the valve down into liquid, more liquid enters the hose but cannot flow back out.
3. When enough liquid has entered the hose and the top of the liquid in the hose is below the valve (the end in the liquid) gravity takes over and your liquid will flow into the an empty container which is at a lower level than the full container.

The proper technique then is not to "shake" the end in the liquid but to push it down into the liquid so that each time it goes into the liquid, more enters the hose.

The foot valve does not form a perfect seal when you pull the end out of the liquid, so a little will flow back out. The key then is to push it down and pull it out fairly rapidly.

Used correctly, this is a brilliant product which I have used frequently over the past 2 years and which my mechanic had previously recommended to me. And it is even cheaper now than when I bought it. The instructions suck though.
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56 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Loin Burger on March 7, 2007
I haven't used this yet in a "real" situation (i.e. siphoning gas from a neighbor's car). But I did try siphoning water from my sink to my bathtub.

As others have noted, it was tricky to get this siphon to work especially in shallow liquid. But after a little practice, suddenly it worked pretty well.

I found it worked best when I moved the hose really straight in an up/down motion as opposed to just shaking it hopefully.

I think the good thing about this siphon is its overall simplicity. It's basically a hose, making it pretty durable and also easy to clean.

The downside is that the ball bearing inside doesn't create a great seal. Hence if you stop shaking the hose, the fluid will flow back into the source tank pretty quickly.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By LBrito on October 10, 2010
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I hesitated to buy this, my experience with gimmick items tends to be negative.
This safety siphon really gets the job done. I do a lot of 4Wheeling and often have to use 2 5 gallon Jerry Cans of extra fuel in my outings. The new models with the Carb approved spout are extremely slow to pour out the gas, and they also tend to spill when you angle it to empty out the fuel. Plus it was painful to have to carry these things as they slowly poured out. I really needed a solution, and not one that involved changing neoprene gaskets every few weeks.
Enter safety siphon. I saw the videos of it working, but still was hesitant, but I figured anything is better than having to do this gassing up by hand. So, I took the plunge, when I got it, I practiced emptying out my bathroom sink with it into my bathtub. Had somewhat of a hard time getting it to work. After playing with it, I realized what I was doing wrong. Because it was shallow, it was harder to begin with, but I was stopping too early before I hear a continuous "clicking" sound from the ball inside the priming pump moving up and down on its own. Second, I had the hose too high to allow the flow to reach to the downward part of the hose so that when gravity pulled it down, it would start the vacuuming process.
So, I repositioned the hose to have a more downward decline to it, and I started shaking it up again. I immediately see the water starting to flow through the hose, it got some air in there, but I keep shaking it, and then I started to hear rapid clicking from the inside ball once the water in the hose had reached the downward slope, and it started flowing out of there pretty fast.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A. Heikal on May 8, 2009
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Bought it and half expected it not to work based on some review.
Works like a charm. Bear in mind that this is a priming system, not an active pump so the "from" fluid level should be higher than the "to" fluid level for it to work.

I even bought a spare one !
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A. Sullivan on April 30, 2012
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I was looking for more information before purchasing this product, but never found the description I needed. In case someone else wants it, the tubing is 6 feet long which seems to be enough for what I will want. It also says it can be attached to a garden hose with a 1/2" adapter. The tubing has an inside diameter of about 1/2", and the packaging claims it will siphon up to 3 1/2 gallons a minute. It says it can siphon gas, diesel and kerosene as well as water or oil and should be cleaned thoroughly before storage. Even after cleaning, I would get separate siphons before using the same one for different uses.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Chad Epler on November 21, 2012
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My first time using this (I never did get the siphon action to start), a ball bearing fell out of the end and into the gas tank of my generator, rendering the siphon quite useless. Now I have no siphon and a ball bearing that I have to try to get out of the gas tank. Not only was this product a waste of money, but it was harmful besides.
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