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6DLY8 WB20XT4A UNSPSC # 40151517

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Engine Driven Utility Pump, Engine Size 118 cc, Discharge 2 in MNPT

  • Item # 6DLY8
  • Mfr. Model # WB20XT4A
  • UNSPSC # 40151517
  • Catalog Page # 2632 2632
Country of Origin Thailand. Country of Origin is subject to change.

These remote-location engine-driven trash and utility pumps are gasoline powered so they don’t need to be placed near an electrical outlet, and they run for long periods of time between refueling. They transfer large amounts of water containing medium to large solids, and they drain water using an inlet hose so the pumps don't have to be placed in the water that needs to be drained. Pumps have a tubular frame to protect the engine and the pump.

Technical Specs

  • Item Engine Driven Utility Pump
  • Engine Size 118 cc
  • HP 3 1/2 hp
  • Tank Capacity 0.53 gal
  • Ignition Type Recoil-Start
  • Pump Mechanism Centrifugal
  • Body Material Aluminum
  • Volute Material Cast Iron
  • Seal Material Silicon Carbide
  • Frame Material Steel
  • Flow Rate @ 10 Ft. of Head 141.0 gpm
  • Flow Rate @ 20 Ft. of Head 131.0 gpm
  • Flow Rate @ 40 Ft. of Head 100.0 gpm
  • Flow Rate @ 60 Ft. of Head 67.0 gpm
  • Flow Rate @ 80 Ft. of Head 28.0 gpm
  • Max. Head 105.0 ft
  • Max. Suction Lift 26 ft
  • Frame Design - Pumps Full Tubular Frame
  • Impeller Design Open
  • Maximum Discharge Pressure 40 psi
  • Max. Diameter Solids 3/8 in
  • Max. Liquid Temp. 130 Degrees F
  • Inlet 2 in NPT
  • Discharge 2 in MNPT
  • Overall Length 18 in
  • Overall Width 14 1/2 in
  • Overall Height 16 1/2 in
  • RPM 3,800 RPM
  • Engine Brand Honda

These remote-location engine-driven trash and utility pumps are gasoline powered so they don’t need to be placed near an electrical outlet, and they run for long periods of time between refueling. They transfer large amounts of water containing medium to large solids, and they drain water using an inlet hose so the pumps don't have to be placed in the water that needs to be drained. Pumps have a tubular frame to protect the engine and the pump.

Compliance and Restrictions

  • Hazardous Material - Engines
  • This item is restricted in certain states. View all states.
  • This item is restricted for international sale.
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