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Old 05-29-2008, 10:44 PM
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dump pump question...

do you guys use electric water pumps to recover WVO or do i need an oil pump?
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Old 05-30-2008, 09:04 AM
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Fill-Rite 7 GPM/10.5 GPM, 12/24 Dual Volt DC Pump works good.
I am now using a Diaphragm pump that will pump up to 3/8th inch solids. You will need a pump that is self priming.
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Old 05-30-2008, 04:18 PM
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Fill-Rite 7 GPM/10.5 GPM, 12/24 Dual Volt DC Pump works good.
I am now using a Diaphragm pump that will pump up to 3/8th inch solids. You will need a pump that is self priming.
Where is the best place to get an inexpensive diaphram pump? The ones I saw were pretty pricey. Thanks Tom
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Where is the best place to get an inexpensive diaphram pump? The ones I saw were pretty pricey. Thanks Tom

I donít know where you can get one cheap. I am using a 1 inch double pneumatic pump thatís $1200 new. It will flow about 45 GPM is you have enough air. The list price in Grainger is between $250 and $3400. The low end is ľ inch inlet and the high end is 2 to 3 inch inlets.

The beauty of the diaphragm pump is they will pump anything.
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I use a gas powered 2" trash pump bushed down fto 1" hose for easier handling. Works great even in the winter when the oil is really thick.
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