Marco UP Oil Transfer Pumps
MARCO Marco UP Oil Transfer Pumps
  • Marco UP Oil Transfer Pumps

Marco UP/OIL Oil Transfer Pumps

Marco UP series self-priming electric pumps with helical bronze gears for transferring lubricating oils and viscous liquids. Nickel-plated brass body and stainless steel shaft. Particularly suitable for draining engine sumps with the special tubes kit (OK1) and for engines lubricating operations. Specifically designed to move oil.

Not suitable for gasoline applications.

 
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Oil Transfer Pump features:

  • Helical bronze gears
  • Nickel-plated brass body and stainless steel shaft.
  • Self-priming

 

Marco Part Number  Flow Rate gal/hr
3/8" ID
 
Volts  Port dia.  Amp Draw 
164-220-12 (UP2/OIL)  52.9 gph  12V  3/8 inch NPT  3A 
164-220-13 (UP2/OIL)  52.9 gph  24V  3/8 inch NPT  1.5A 
164-020-12 (UP3/OIL)  87.2 gph  12V  3/8 inch NPT  7.5A 
164-020-13 (UP3/OIL)  87.2 gph  24V  3/8 inch NPT  4A 
164-080-12 (UP6/OIL)  126.8 gph  12V  1/2 inch NPT  10A 
164-080-13 (UP6/OIL)  126.8 gph  24V  1/2 inch NPT  7.5A 
164-320-12 (UP12/OIL)  238 gph  12V  1/2 inch NPT  12A 
164-320-13 (UP12/OIL)  238 gph  24V  1/2 inch NPT  6.5A 
BRAND: MARCO
Type: Oil Change Pumps
4.5 2

Good little pump

4

This little pump works as advertised. I use it to transfer used motor oil that I burn in a shop heater. With 3' of 1/2" suction hose, a strainer and 6' of 1/2" outlet hose, it takes about 40 minutes to transfer 30 gallons at about 55F. Would probably increase volume with a shorter outlet hose and higher temps. The motor just starts to feel a little warm after 40 min. of continuous duty. Couldn't find a 35 strainer as recommended so went with a 30.

Jim

Boise, Idaho

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Solid product. Did what I needed.

5

My boat has two big Cat 3208 diesels and a diesel generator. All have fittings and hoses on the oil pan drains. I needed to pump the oil out of each unit, about 3.5 gallons on each main and one more on the generator. Because of a rise in the way the hoses were routed and they are fairly large, it took a little while to build the suction up but once over the hump so to speak it pumped out the 40 weight oil just fine. I had run the engines some to warm up the oil first.I then changed fittings and used the pump to put fresh oil back into the generator. Worked like a champ. No spills and easy to control the amount of oil.The pump is heavy for its size and seems well made. I used Teflon tape on all threaded joints and had no problems with leaks. I used a pushbutton switch to control the on/off which made it very easy to control when changing oil containers.I had to change to Tygon hoses because ordinary vinyl collapses uder the suction.

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East coast/mid-Atlantic

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Marco UP/OIL Oil Transfer Pumps

4.52

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