BECKSON MARINE Siphon-Mate Transfer Pump
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- Series siphon-mate
- 109PC transfer pump
- Use for diesel, oil or water
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Use for diesel, oil or water. Clear tubing allows versatile application & cut for desired length of intake & Discharge Hose. Note: always drain siphon pump of liquid before storing. Not intended for transfer of liquid over 120F Nor solvents that attack PVC.
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2. Pump the handle several times until both the input tube and the output tube are completely filled with liquid.
3. Leave the pump handle OUT (and keep it OUT) to siphon the liquid, and push the handle IN (and keep it IN) to shut off the siphon flow.
4. Practice with a bucket full of water and remember the bottom of the bucket (if this is your input) must be higher than the end of the output tube.
Note that if you trying to get gas from your car, that the bottom of the gas tank is probably less than a foot above the ground, thus the end of output tube must be less than a couple of inches above ground level.
The tube is TOO LIGHT and is hard to control. It freely flops all over the place. A heavier and thicker tube (or hose) would be better.
You may want to attach a weight to one or both ends of the tube, but of course NOT if you are placing that end of the tube inside a confined container (it could fall off inside).
The weight could be a heavy nut or pipe that would fit nicely clamped on the end of the tube
mower. However, the clear tubing does not appear to be formulated to be
specifically oil (hydrocarbon) resistant. After some use, despite washing it
out with soap after each use, they become increasingly stiff. This is both good
and bad; It makes it easier to force it around tight turns in a fuel line, but
difficult to wield otherwise. The tubes are attached by a standard barb and can
be easily replaced.
It's *far better* than the crappy red one, with the brass rod, I purchased from
the local auto store where the tubes kept falling off and the whole thing cracked.
The package comes with a cheap pump ($2 at other stores) and a 8ft long pvc tubing ($4 at homedepot)