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Plastic Siphon Pump for Transferring Kerosene and Other Liquids

$8.89
  • Transfer kerosene and other liquids
  • Simple, easy to use operation
  • Expediates season drainage tasks
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About This Product

The DuraHeat Plastic Siphon Pump is designed for simple, handheld operation. Use it to help transfer kerosene, light oils and liquid soaps without spilling. It pumps up to 1.0 GPM. Rapid release cap stops fluid flow quickly.

Highlights

  • Designed to transfer kerosene, light oils and liquid soaps without spilling
  • Not for use with corrosive solvents
  • Durable, high-density plastic
  • Flexible outlet tube
  • Simple, handheld operation
  • Includes hose clamp to prevent dripping after use.
  • Resists corrosion and cracking.
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Product Information

Internet # 100372238

Model # DH-10

Store SKU # 905984

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 25 in, W 5 in, D 2 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

2 in

Product Height (in.)

25 in

Product Width (in.)

5 in

Details

Accessory Type

Manual Siphon

Pack Size

1

Product Weight (lb.)

.225 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

30 day over the counter exchange

Questions & Answers

19Questions
caret
Q:What is the country of manufacture
by|Mar 8, 2023
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A:  This product is manufactured in China

by|Mar 8, 2023
    caret
    Q:Can I use this to transfer paint from one container to another?
    by|Feb 12, 2023
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    A:  This pump has not been tested to transfer paint but in theory it would work.

    by|Feb 13, 2023
      caret
      Q:I'm trying to pump from my gas can higher then my car but I squeeze and I can't get it to even start . The flex hose is lower then my can.
      by|Feb 6, 2023
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      A:  I think you need to squeeze the bulb rather rapidly. You should be able to see the gas rise up in the solid tube and then you will be siphoning.

      by|Feb 10, 2023

        A:  have you tightened the screw cap on the top of the pump?

        by|Mar 3, 2023
          1 found this answer helpful

          A:  this is a gravity feed, the receptacle has to be lower than the source of fuel. You may have to cut the straight pipe shorter to fit into your gas can and manually pump the red bulb to get it started. It would be best for you to have a gas can with a spout attachment. Good luck.

          by|Feb 7, 2023

            A:  I am not 100% sure what you are asking...so I am going to try to simplify it from the start. If this is an over simplification, I apologize if it is offensive you, that isn't my intent. You said the flex hose is lower than your can...I'm not sure what you mean by this...the straight tube should be in the liquid to be moved, and it will come out of the flex hose. Also, the squeeze handle/bulb has a small knob on top that opens and closes the valve that creates or releases the partial vacuum that moves the liquid. This allows air to come into the line, and the liquid to flow back into the original container so it can be emptied. If you haven't already, make sure this knob it closed and tightened all the way down. If it is open, the siphon can't draw a partial vacuum on the hose(s) and the liquid will not move. If the hoses are in the correct containers, and that knob/valve is closed, check to make sure the hoses and squeeze handle/bulb are properly connected...the only other thing I can think of is to raise the source container higher. It is harder to push liquid up hill vertically than it is to push it horizontally or vertically down hill. If all of this is placed correctly and it still won't work, you may have a defective pump. Check the squeeze handle/bulb and the hoses (especially the flex hose) for small cracks or holes. Small openings in the material of those items will also keep it from drawing a partial vacuum and keep the liquid from flowing properly. I hope this helps. If not I am sorry to have wasted your time. Again, I hope this this isn't over simplified to the point of insult. Have a good day, and may God bless you and yours.

            by|Jan 5, 2024
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              caret
              Q:How long is the flexible hose?
              by|Nov 20, 2022
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              A:  The discharge tube is app 21" in length.

              by|Nov 20, 2022

                A:  I'm guessing about 2 feet

                by|Dec 23, 2022
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                  it works surprisingly well as i used it to drain old gas from mmy generator and plan to use it again to drain my snowblowergas when then the times comes. it's a good value imho, except the output hose is a little short Ithink, but otherwise it works pretty good, so pick one up to drain stale gas from your generator, snowblower, or Lawnmower,or even your kerosene heater i suppose.
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