Fuel Transfer Pumps
Fuel transfer pumps move compatible fuels (e.g., gasoline, kerosene, biodiesel) for mobile or stationary fueling applications in fleet, agriculture, and construction industries, reducing the reliance on outside service stations. AC-powered fuel transfer pumps are used for stationary fueling and transfer applications, moving propellant from large storage tanks on job sites. DC-powered fuel transfer pumps are used for remote fueling and transfer applications. They operate on a DC battery or a vehicle's electrical system, moving fuel from small, vehicle-mounted containers. Hand-operated fuel transfer pumps are suited for low-volume fuel transfer and remote applications with no access to electricity or battery power. Remote dispenser fuel transfer pumps create on-site fueling stations. Dispensers connect to and activate fuel transfer pumps and help deliver fuel from sources that are not easily accessible to the vehicle.