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picture of magnesol pump

anyone have a pic of this..mine decided that it dosent want to work. i have it on the floor with a 8 ft hose in the tank, and a hose going to the filters...wont work...

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my pump is a diaphragm pump from dudadiesel, was about $100. I need to get out tomorrow and update pics...
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anyone have a pic of this..mine decided that it dosent want to work. i have it on the floor with a 8 ft hose in the tank, and a hose going to the filters...wont work...

just looking for a pic.

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Do not pump your bio with the Magnesol in it in any vane, gear or impeller style pump! Either use a diaphragm pump, or better yet let it settle and then pump the bio off the top. Pumping bio with Magnesol suspended in it will result in a "shearing" of the Magnesol into finer particles that will make it extremely hard to remove.......
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Fabman- I understand that. I am just trying to figure out how uguys pump ur bio off the top. My pump wouldn't get suction. Just wanted to see what u guys used
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I use an air powered diaphragm pump.........
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Pictures and I am tyring to figure out how I can put a lot level strainer on tjhe bottom to put thje hose in there and let it rest on the magnesol but not suck it up. Where did u get the air powered pump?
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Pictures and I am tyring to figure out how I can put a lot level strainer on tjhe bottom to put thje hose in there and let it rest on the magnesol but not suck it up. Where did u get the air powered pump?

This is the type of air powered pump I use:
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Sandpiper Air-Operated Double Diaphragm Pump — 1/4in. Inlet, 15 GPM, Polypropylene/Buna, Model# S05B2PBTPNS000 | Air Operated Oil Pumps | Northern Tool + Equipment

Your local truck supply (TruckPro) should have it...or know who would have 'em.
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i just dont get how you are using that with the magnsol and not picking it up off the bottom.

i was planning on getting the pump from dudadisel and connecting 3/4" hose to it and sucking the finished product essentially off the magnesol, when i saw the magnesol i would stop. is that what you guys do? just seems like a lot of work.
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have it hooke to a pvc pipe that I lower to above the level of the magnesol. Per another suggestion, I am going to make a p-trap on the end so it draw down rather than up....
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