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Use Beckson's Siphon-Mate pump to siphon oil, diesel fuel, and water. No more dangerous mouth-initiated siphoning with the associated risks of ingesting dangerous chemicals. A few half-pump strokes will get fluid moving, and full pump strokes initiate siphoning.
Pump comes with clear PVC tubing. Cut tubing for desired length of intake and discharge hose. When finished siphoning or pumping any flammable liquids, be sure to drain pump of liquid before storing. Do not use with fluids over 120 F (49 C) or with solvents that will attack PVC.
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11 1/2 inch long 1 1/4 inch diameter.
For oil, diesel fuel, water, boat, home and car.
Lifts 8 ounces of fluid per stroke.
Three-foot outlet hose reaches containers on the ground.
Six-foot hose reaches into vehicle tanks.
What is the diameter of the intake hose?
Both the intake and outtake are the same diameter.Od: 5/8"Id: 1/2"Thus the wall thickness is 1/8"
1/2 in ID. 5/8 in OD
Can you siphon gas with this? ...like from a gas container into a boat?Thanks
YES. IT WORKS FOR ME.
yes, I used it to pump about 35 gals of ethanol gas out of the tank on my boat so I could put in non ethanol gas. I pumped it into gas containers. It worked great.
Yes. I purchased this Pump to transfer gasoline to/from a portable generator, a motorcycle and 5 gal containers in my garage. It works very well if used as directed.
Yes, but use extreme caution! Gas vapors are explosive. Store pump outside till all vapors evaporate. Do not store on boat until pump is dry.
Yes you can. I use it to siphon gas from my generator to a gas can when storing the generator for prolong periods.While the siphon does not get extented use I have been very pleased with its performance.
Hello MarthaThat what I purchased it for but have not used it yet, so I don't think that I can be a judge.
I just received my sipphon-mate; it says for gasoline ect.I want to use may pump for changing my homemade wine from a cask to a bottle, is there any problem with that type of transfer?It appears to be exactly what I need.Thank you,Tom Heffernan
This product would be perfect if the seals are not lubricated with grease which I do not think they are. The unit appears to be sealed so confirming this would be difficult. Just rinse with clean water and don't use pump for gasoline. Ha,Ha.
Tom,I can't imagine this pump would have any issues with pumping wine. I've only used mine for heating oil, but it's a well-made, lightweight unit that works well.Bottoms Up!Andrew
Not worth it
This product did not work at all for my inboard outboard engine. Spend the extra money and get something better
Very useful for draining fuel. Takes a few minutes to get it going but once its starts flowing it works great.
Product works great
Simple to use, works great. Seems like it's quality built, only time will tell. Have transferred quite a few liquids w/ no issues. Once flowing, you can get gravity to do the work for you. JD had best total price.
Good Product but a bit highly priced
This siphon product works well. I used it to remove contaminated diesel fuel from a tractor fuel tank and it worked as was expected. I do think it was a bit highly priced.
Fluid Transfer Done Quickly and Cleanly
Non-marine use for refilling auto transmission fluid which must be done from below vehicle. After going through two plunger-style suction pumps where you get more ATF on you and/or the floor than in the transmission, the Siphon-Mate makes the transfer from gallon containers to transmission without spilling a drop!! And, it does it in a fraction of the time! Obviously a great addition to any engine room or wherever reasonable quantities of fluid transfer must be completed.