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More than 15 years of production capacity and experience in export products

Our company has more than 15 years of OEM production and export experience. Our main products are Aluminum Cam Tool Box, Caulking gun, Water Pump, Fule Pump, Instrument and Device for Vehicle Maintenance and Repair and Hardware Tools.We have excellent staff, advanced technical support, well equipment and the managerial staff with rich management experience also has the spirit of craftsman. Strict management of enterprises is the rationale for company continues to grow, products to win user dependence. “Safety, reliable, professional” are our spirit and aim of production and service.
For more than 15 years, the factory do the OEM production for North America and Europe famous brands customers. As China Fuel Hand Pumps manufacturers and OEM Fuel Hand Pumps factory, Our products and services by the vast number of customer recognition and praise. We have our own factory and also we have strong purchasing capability.Our company has the ability for customers from all over the world, We also Set production, sales, research and development, trade, quality control services. We are small company,we do a good job of the Secretary for products,at the same time the quality of service is the way to survive forever.
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What is Fuel Hand Pump

A fuel hand pump is a manually operated device that is used to pump fuel, typically gasoline or diesel, from one container to another. It consists of a piston or plunger that is connected to a handle or lever, and a suction pipe that extends into the fuel source. When the handle is moved up and down, the piston or plunger creates a vacuum that draws fuel into the pump and then pushes it out through a spout or nozzle into the receiving container. Fuel hand pumps are commonly used in situations where an electric pump is not available or practical, such as in remote locations, small-scale fuel transfers, or emergency situations. They are also used for transferring fuel between different types of containers or equipment, such as from a gas can to a lawnmower or generator.

How do I properly install and operate an Fuel Hand Pump

The specific installation and operation instructions for a fuel hand pump may vary depending on the make and model of the pump. However, here are some general guidelines that may be helpful:


Choose a location for the fuel hand pump that is easily accessible and stable, and make sure it is away from sources of heat or ignition.
Connect the suction pipe to the pump, and insert the other end into the fuel source. Make sure the pipe is securely attached to both the pump and the source.
Attach the spout or nozzle to the pump, and insert the other end into the receiving container. Again, make sure the connection is secure.
Test the pump to make sure it is working properly and that there are no leaks.


Before pumping, make sure the pump handle is in the "off" position and that the spout is positioned over the receiving container.
Insert the suction pipe into the fuel source and ensure it is fully submerged.
Begin pumping by moving the handle up and down in a smooth, steady motion. Keep pumping until the receiving container is filled to the desired level.
Once pumping is complete, turn the handle to the "off" position and remove the suction pipe and spout from their respective containers.
Store the pump in a safe, dry location.

It is important to follow all manufacturer instructions and safety precautions when installing and operating a fuel hand pump. It is also important to wear appropriate protective gear, such as gloves and eye protection, when handling fuel.