212PC

Beckson Handy-Mate Utility Pumps

Beckson Handy-Mate Utility Pumps

Description

The Beckson Handy-Mate Utility Pump can be used around the home, car, RV, or anywhere to handle routine and emergency pumping jobs.

Features

  • Made Entirely of Tough Marine Plastic
  • Will Not Rust or Corrode
  • Non Sparking for Safety
List Price
$34.80
Your Price
$28.76
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

They are designed to handle all the routine pumping jobs, plus the unusual ones. They can pump water out of bilges, sump tanks and from one tank to another, or pump oil from inboard or stern drive or engine crankcases when it needs changing. A tube is provided to insert into the dipstick hole and the oil is quickly pumped out. The especially versatile 216PC pumps come with a kit of tubes, hoses, reducing foot and adapter. The Handy Mate requires no priming to start pumping action. The pump body has a diameter of 1-1/2" (38mm), and it is fitted with a comfortable molded handle for easy, no-strain operation.

12 3/4" Features:

  • Length: 12-3/4" (32.4cm)
  • Diameter: 1-1/2" (38mm)
  • Pumps: 8 oz./stroke
  • Two intake tubes:
    • 1/2" (7mm) x 22" (56cm)
    • 1/4" (7mm) x 36" (91.4cm) w/adpt
  • Red discharge tube:
      1-1/4" (45mm) x 10" (25mm)

16" Features:

  • Length: 16" (40.6cm) 
  • Diameter: 1-1/2" (38mm) 
  • Pumps: 10 oz./stroke 
  • Two intake tubes: 
    • 36" (91.4cm) long x 1/2' (13mm) 
    • 1/4" (7mm) x 36" (91.4cm) w/adptr
    • Flexible hose for water discharge: 
      • 1-1/4" (45mm) x 24" (61cm)

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Beckson Handy-Mate Utility Pumps 212PC Handy-Mate Utility Pump, 12 3/4"
$28.76
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Beckson Handy-Mate Utility Pump - 16 216PC Handy-Mate Utility Pump, 16"
$37.00
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