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- ItemGrease Pump
- Grease Pump OperationLever
- Fits Container Size25 to 50 lb.
- Volume Per Stroke1.5 oz.
- Drum Cover Dia.12"
- Hose Length4 ft.
- MaterialAluminum, Carbon Steel, Nitrile, Polyurethane
- For Use With25- to 50-lb. Buckets
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Well thats a great question, a hand pump that will presurize a bottle to 150PSI. This unit will likely not work for that, We really don't have a pump like that.. Have you tried a old Grease Gun.. The problem would be the water, that might sieze the pump. Ther is one pump that would likely do that, look a www.silverkingpump.com That is a hand pump made out of brass that is used to inject Glycol in a heating system.
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