Manual pumps

A new line of manual pumps are simple to install and are designed to transfer a wide variety of fluids quickly and safely. Since the pumps don't require any air or electricity to operate, they can be used virtually anywhere and are very cost-effective. The three main types of pumps in the new line are red, blue and green.
By Staff February 1, 2006

A new line of manual pumps are simple to install and are designed to transfer a wide variety of fluids quickly and safely. Since the pumps don’t require any air or electricity to operate, they can be used virtually anywhere and are very cost-effective. The three main types of pumps in the new line are red, blue and green. The red pumps are designed for use with petroleum-based liquids, such as lubricants, oils and fuels. The blue pumps are designed for use with general-purpose fluids, including alcohols and acids. The green pumps are used for handling aggressive chemicals, such as solvents and pesticides. A remote dispenser for each model is available.

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