|Item Weight||11.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||26.2 x 3 x 3 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||83-4840V|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year limited manufacturer's warranty|
Sierra Tools Battery-Operated Liquid Transfer Pump, Model# JB5684
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- Move liquids safely and easily with this convenient handheld pump
- Pumps gas, water, oil and other non-corrosive liquids
- Use in garage, aquariums, home and yard
- Pumps up to 6 quarts of liquid per minute
- Requires two "D" size batteries (not included)
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BATTERY POWERED FUEL PUMP
9 Quarts/Min Fuel Transfer Pump
Transferring liquid out of a drum can be a pain! Safely use this portable TERA PUMP TRHD01 Manual Siphon Pump to transfer or empty tanks, barrels, drums, carboys and IBCs
The TERA PUMP TRHD01 is an affordable manual chemical transfer pump designed for quick and easy emptying of gas cans of various sizes. The TRHD01 eliminates the lifting of large, heavy, gas cans and spilling wasted fuel. Up and down operated flexible spring type bellows allow smooth operation and high powered discharge.
HIGH SUCTIONING POWER
Battery Powered Liquid Transfer Pump
Any Non-Corrosive liquids such as gas, diesel, and water (NOT for Drinking water), etc...
Fast Transfer Rates
9 Quarts / Min, Increased suctioning power with impeller head
Useful in the Garage, Basement, Bathroom, Shop and Yard
FUEL TRANSFER PUMP
Model No. TRHD01
Battery Operated: Uses only 2 "D" batteries (Not Included)
Battery Loading Slot: Simple twist off Mechanism
Simple Power Bottom: Press the button and you're ready to go
Material: P.P, P.E, Acetal, Made in Korea
Toal Dimensions: 25 x 4.5 x 2 Inches
Weight: 5 lbs
HOW TO OPERATE
- Immerse the suction end of the pump into the liquid (ex. Gas Can)
- Insert the tube into a container to receive the liquid
- Turn the pump on. Caution: Do Not over fill the container. Avoid pumping liquid to a container higher than the pump's motor housing
- When finished, keep the pump upright and lift the handle above the pump mechanism to drain any liquid back into the original container. Do Not lay pump down until all liquid has been drained from the tube and pump.
- Run water through the pump after using it with anyother liquid. This will rinse the interior and exten the life of the pump.
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I took it apart to repair the pump. I found the following defects in manufacturing:
1. Poor solder joint on circuit board positive lead.
2. The insulation on positive wire (red wire) connecting to circuit board was ragged. This wire also had a short piece of extra wire leading away to nowhere that could cause a short.
3. Poor solder joint in negative wire (white).
4. With these repaired the pump was still inoperative. The ohm meter still showed an open going to the electric pump.
5. I removed the pump from the black intake and applied battery voltage direct to motor. Still inoperative.
6. I opened up the motor and found That one of the brushes was improperly installed. There are two sets of brushes with three fingers each that touch the commutator. Two of the fingers on one brush were not riding on the commutator. I reinstalled the fingers in the commutator an put pump back together. The pump now works, but very weakly.
This pump was cheaply made with poor quality control.
I now consider it a piece of junk. To have only lasted a Year and may be used a total of 10 times and it kept getting worse and worse each time. It works like a $0.99 flashlight. Works great when you first get it but the battery connections lose contact after a while. I'm sure an electrician or somebody could get in there and fix this $0.99 piece of crap but the best I could figure was the batteries were no longer making the connections it might be a nice little toy to play with later on I suggest going back to the old fashioned siphon bulb hand pump. My new rating is one star and buyer beware
This little pump is genius. I pumped 16 gallons of gas in no time at all. I used this to remove as much gas as possible from the generator. I like this little pump so much I purchased a second one and purchased another as a gift for a friend.
Like I said about hurricanes sometimes we loose water and I have three bathtubs filled with fresh water and it is also a major pain to retrieve water from the tubs. This pump works like a charm to neatly fill a bucket of water without contaminating the entire tub. No bailing out water and spilling and dripping all over the place.
This pump is easy to use small and mighty. The one I use for fuel I have no issues with it breaking down after pumping fuel, as a matter of fact it will be used this weekend to get rid of the fuel purchased for Hurricane Matthew.
This transfer pump is perfect. It's great for filling my generator without spilling a single drop. We have an older motorhome that gives very little clearance to fill the coolant overflow tank. In comes this transfer pump and makes things a breeze. If I had a little more precise control, I would use it to fill the batteries too. I held the hose all the way up and it was able to lift water just fine to that height. The length of the pickup is perfect for the normal 5 gallon gas can. It is a little wide however and would not fit in your typical quart size motor oil bottle.
In reading the reviews however, it looks like the longevity of this device is extremely questionable. I've only used mine about 5 times so far. If it fails, I will hopefully remember to update my review. I hate when they cut costs and quality to get it as cheap as possible. I would certainly pay the $1.28 or so more it would take to include a better quality switch etc...