Internet #203449537

Model # DRP-1

0659647152100

200 GPH Drill Pump

  • Features a compact design suitable for small projects
  • Designed for use with an electric drill
  • Suitable for use with clear water
$ 9 36
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Product Overview

  • Features a compact design suitable for small projects
  • Designed for use with an electric drill
  • Suitable for use with clear water
This 200 GPH drill pump is ideal for draining sinks, tanks, water heaters or aquariums. Designed for use with most electric drills (1,200 RPM or higher). Use this unit with standard size garden hoses on each side.
  • Ideal for small pump projects such as draining fish tanks, water beds, clogged sinks, drip pans, etc.
  • Works with any electric drill; maximum flow rate of 3 GPM is dependent on power of drill
  • Pump clear water only
  • Must be primed before use
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Features a compact design suitable for small projects
  • Designed for use with an electric drill
  • Suitable for use with clear water
Model #: DRP-1
Internet #: 203449537

This 200 GPH drill pump is ideal for draining sinks, tanks, water heaters or aquariums. Designed for use with most electric drills (1,200 RPM or higher). Use this unit with standard size garden hoses on each side.

  • Ideal for small pump projects such as draining fish tanks, water beds, clogged sinks, drip pans, etc.
  • Works with any electric drill; maximum flow rate of 3 GPM is dependent on power of drill
  • Pump clear water only
  • Must be primed before use
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Info & Guides

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Key Features

Product Overview
Key Features
  • Features a compact design suitable for small projects
  • Designed for use with an electric drill
  • Suitable for use with clear water
This 200 GPH drill pump is ideal for draining sinks, tanks, water heaters or aquariums. Designed for use with most electric drills (1,200 RPM or higher). Use this unit with standard size garden hoses on each side.
  • Ideal for small pump projects such as draining fish tanks, water beds, clogged sinks, drip pans, etc.
  • Works with any electric drill; maximum flow rate of 3 GPM is dependent on power of drill
  • Pump clear water only
  • Must be primed before use
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Features a compact design suitable for small projects
  • Designed for use with an electric drill
  • Suitable for use with clear water
Model #: DRP-1
Internet #: 203449537

This 200 GPH drill pump is ideal for draining sinks, tanks, water heaters or aquariums. Designed for use with most electric drills (1,200 RPM or higher). Use this unit with standard size garden hoses on each side.

  • Ideal for small pump projects such as draining fish tanks, water beds, clogged sinks, drip pans, etc.
  • Works with any electric drill; maximum flow rate of 3 GPM is dependent on power of drill
  • Pump clear water only
  • Must be primed before use
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Info & Guides

You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum Pumping Height (ft.)
0
Product Depth (in.)
4.75
Product Height (in.)
3.25
Product Width (in.)
3

Details

Features
No Additional Features
Housing Material
Thermoplastic
Included
No Additional Items Included
Inlet Connection
Threaded male
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
77
Minimum working temperature (F)
40
Power Type
Mechanical
Product Weight (lb.)
0.45lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum Pumping Height (ft.)
0
Product Depth (in.)
4.75
Product Height (in.)
3.25
Product Width (in.)
3

Details

Features
No Additional Features
Housing Material
Thermoplastic
Included
No Additional Items Included
Inlet Connection
Threaded male
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
77
Minimum working temperature (F)
40
Power Type
Mechanical
Product Weight (lb.)
0.45lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Questions & Answers

What is the size, IN INCHES TRADE SIZE of the connectors to fit this? (There is no such thing as "standard" here.)

Asked by: Thinmaker3
This question was answered twice here, but what's confusing is that gardern hoses come in different diameters. Mostly they come in 5/8 and 3/4", but this is the hose itself, not the threaded connection which is "standard". The hose metal thread is 3/4" on most hoses and is also referred to as a "male hose threaded adaptor". So the male threads on the above pump will be the standard 3/4" hose thread.
Answered by: Bennfun
Date published: 2019-10-20

Will it drain my popl

Asked by: Neicey
I wouldn't reccomend it. It's too small a pump. I used ours to pump out 55 gallon drums. You'd be there squeezing the trigger of a drill for a day or two.
Answered by: MarkMofGA
Date published: 2018-08-21

Is this suitable for potable water? I need to move rainwater from a 275 gallon tote to a 55 gallon drum for gardening.

The 55 gallon drum is approx 30 feet away and has a 7 foot rise.
Asked by: Rob
yes
Answered by: MarkMofGA
Date published: 2018-08-21

About how many hours or gallons of water will this pump be able to pump before it wears out

Asked by: Rabron
I used a brand new one to pump out four 55 gallon drums of glycol before it started to show signs of wear. So about after 220 gallons of consecutive pumping pumping did it first start to struggle to pump
Answered by: MarkM
Date published: 2018-01-25
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