A: Hi Joe, This pump should only be used to transfer clear water. Thanks,
A: maybe, you 'll have to prime the pump with oil instead of water, if it works, oil will transfer pretty quick
A: its not really made for that application but it would work. you would have to clean out the lines with a cleaner that would be dissolve the oil in them such as a chlorine based liquid
A: Not certain, but I doubt it. That little motor does well moving water but I think oil would be too think for it to work.
A: The capacity of this pump is probably better suited to smaller jobs.
A: Rusty, This pump should work for you, even if it sucks up a little air it will not loose prime.
A: It should easily manage the 7 foot lift. The flow rate is about 5 gallons per minute, so removing standing water shouldn't be a problem. However, if you have a constant flow of water in, you may need something more powerful to stay ahead of it.
A: I think this pump would work just fine to pump water out of your basement. Pushing water up 7’ and beyond shouldn’t be a problem for this pump.
A: Yes you can, that's exactly what I used mine for. Be sure to get a 25' garden hose to eject it with.
A: It should work, but you may want a stronger one. It would take a while with this. I used it to get the last of the water out of my waterbed when we got a new bladder for it.
A: Hi Ray, Yes! Please use the suction screen to ensure that no debris enters the pump and causes damage. Thanks!
A: It should work well in these applications.
A: Hi Arturo, No, this can not be used for that purpose. The acid will react with the metal in the pump housing. This would be very dangerous and would damage the pump. Thank you!
A: NO It has metal internal parts.
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