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Diesel Transfer Pump

Pioneers in the industry, we offer electric diesel dispenser and diesel transfer pump 12vdc from India.
  • Electric Diesel Dispenser
  • Electric Diesel Dispenser
  • Electric Diesel Dispenser
  • Electric Diesel Dispenser
  • Electric Diesel Dispenser
  • Electric Diesel Dispenser
Electric Diesel Dispenser

Electric Diesel Dispenser

Rs 20,500  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece

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Fuel TypeDiesel
Display TypeElectronic
Machine TypeAutomatic
Warranty6 Month
Number Of Hoses6 mtr
Flow Rate45 LPM
Weight7 kg
Nozzle Length1 inch
Mounting Typeground
I Deal InNew Only
Country of OriginMade in India
  1. Flow Rate:

    • SAN Diesel dispenser pumps typically have a specified flow rate, measured in liters per minute (LPM) or gallons per minute (GPM). This indicates how quickly the pump can dispense diesel fuel.
  2. Power Supply:

    • AC diesel dispenser pumps are powered by alternating current (AC). The power supply specifications may include voltage and frequency requirements, such as 220V or 380V AC.
  3. Motor Power:

    • The motor power, often measured in horsepower (HP) or kilowatts (kW), indicates the amount of power the pump motor consumes to operate.
  4. Meter Accuracy:

    • The accuracy of the meter is crucial for ensuring precise measurement of the dispensed diesel fuel. It is usually expressed as a percentage of accuracy.
  5. Pump Type:

    • Diesel dispenser pumps can have different pump types, such as rotary vane pumps or gear pumps, which influence the pumping mechanism.
  6. Nozzle Type:

    • The dispenser nozzle can be automatic or manual, and it may come with additional features like a built-in flow control system.
  7. Hose Length:

    • The length of the dispensing hose can vary. Longer hoses provide more flexibility in fueling various vehicle types.
  8. Temperature Range:

    • The temperature range within which the dispenser pump can operate effectively. This is important to consider for installations in different climates.
  9. Display and Control Panel:

    • Dispenser pumps usually come with a display and control panel for user interaction. This may include a digital display for volume and price, as well as buttons or a touchscreen for input.
  10. Safety Features:

    • Some pumps may include safety features such as automatic shutoff mechanisms, overpressure protection, and leak detection.
  11. Material and Construction:

    • The materials used in the construction of the pump, nozzle, and hoses should be compatible with diesel fuel and designed for durability.

Remember that these are general specifications, and the actual specifications may vary. Always refer to the product documentation or contact the manufacturer for the specific details of the AC diesel dispenser pump you are interested in.

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Diesel Transfer Pump 12vdc

Diesel Transfer Pump 12vdc

Rs 19,500  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece

Max Flow RateUpto 50 LPM
Model Name/NumberSAN PUMP
Display TypeDigital
Body MaterialMS
Voltage12 VOLT / 24 VOLT
Country of OriginMade in India
  1. Voltage:

    • SAN DC diesel transfer pumps typically operate on a specific voltage, such as 12 volts or 24 volts. Ensure that the pump voltage matches the power supply available in your application.
  2. Flow Rate:

    • Flow rate is a crucial specification indicating the amount of diesel fuel the pump can transfer per unit of time. It is often measured in gallons per minute (GPM) or liters per minute (LPM).
  3. Pressure:

    • Pressure refers to the force with which the pump can push the diesel fuel. It is measured in pounds per square inch (psi) or bar. Ensure that the pump's pressure rating meets the requirements of your application.
  4. Self-Priming:

    • Many DC diesel transfer pumps are designed to be self-priming, meaning they can draw fuel from a tank below the pump level. This is an important feature, especially when dealing with situations where the fuel source may be lower than the pump.
  5. Construction Materials:

    • Consider the materials used in the construction of the pump. Common materials include cast iron, aluminum, or other corrosion-resistant materials. The choice of materials can impact the pump's durability and compatibility with diesel fuel.
  6. Duty Cycle:

    • The duty cycle indicates the amount of time the pump can operate continuously without overheating. It's essential to choose a pump with a duty cycle that matches the demands of your application.
  7. Inlet and Outlet Size:

    • Pay attention to the size of the pump's inlet and outlet. This is important for ensuring compatibility with the hoses and fittings you'll be using in your diesel transfer system.
  8. Temperature Range:

    • Check the temperature range within which the pump can operate effectively. This is particularly important in applications where temperature variations are significant.
  9. Motor Type:

    • The type of motor used in the pump can vary. Brushed and brushless DC motors are common. Brushless motors often require less maintenance and have a longer lifespan.
  10. Certifications:

    • Some pumps may have certifications or compliance with standards, such as those set by relevant safety or quality organizations. Check for certifications that are applicable to your region or industry.

Always refer to the manufacturer's specifications and guidelines for the specific DC diesel transfer pump model you are considering. This ensures that you choose a pump that meets the requirements of your application and operates safely and efficiently.

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