|Item Weight||12 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||43 x 5 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||TERAPUMP|
|Manufacturer Part Number||TERAPUMP|
BPA FREE - TERAPUMP(TM) TRDRUM20 Drum Barrel Manual Siphon Pump
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Designed for quick and easy emptying of 15, 30, and 55 gallon drums. Made of polyethylene and PVC. Can be used with mild acids, light oils, water based fluids and other materials which are Not corrosive to polyethylene and PVC. (Do Not use with lacquer thinners.) Dispensing rate of 1 pint per 5 strokes. Siphons to a lower level or pumps to higher level. Siphoning is controlled by air vent on top. Comes standard with a 2" NPS bung adapter. Pumps 5 GPM. Products trademarked TERA PUMP (TM) are marketed and sold exclusively by SOJITEC(TM). The TERA PUMP name, images, and contents of this listing are protected by trademarks and copyrights. Copyright © 2008 TERA PUMP
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THE END CAP: I made sure that the end cap was closed. Knowing the plastic threads on the cap, and the very soft male plastic thread on the pump were not durable, I simply snugged it up. I still felt the cap slip past a thread. It is soft, so be gently, no need to wrench it on. I suspect someone had overturned it before me.
THE CHECK VALVE: worked positively, as it should.
THREADS: Poor match to the bung. Both pump and bung had fine threads, but the threads were not identical in pitch or shape.Though it appeared to have the same threads per inch. I suppose, on could wrap some teflon tape on them, but one shouldn't have to do that should they. What knucklehead engineered this, and what moron managers continue to market these? Rant over.
I wonder if the bellows had a pinhole. I know upon initial examination, it wouldn't take much use, and certainly no abuse. I was pretty careful not too overextend the pump, get it out of alignment, or be aggressive. It's just a cheap looking thing, but not quite junk.
If I wasn't short on time, I'd have made a wooden framed, elevated cradle for my 55 gallon drum to lay on horizontally. Eliminating the need for an unreliable pump, instead using a simple brass plumbing (ball valve, sillcock, or spigot) .
I may simply reorder this and see if if was faulty. Check your BEFORE you fill up your barrel. Once your 55 gallon drum is full of water, it will be heavy, and changing portrait to landscape is not feasible.To make mine moveable, I mounted 200 lb. capacity heavy duty casters onto 1.5" plywood base (this drum will weigh about 463 pounds when full of water, including the drum weight. One day when I move, I'll wheel this beast over to the floor drain, empty it, and take it with me when I leave. So. Know what you're doing. Do NOT ask me how. Google it.
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I have this TeraPump TRDRUM20 on my outdoor 55-gallon blue-drum (water barrel), and I am on my third season of usage.Read more