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Fuel Transfer Pumps

  1. What is a Fuel Transfer Pump?

    As its name would suggest, the function of a fuel transfer pump is to transport fuel from the fuel tank to a vehicle or from one location to another. There is an array of uses for fuel transfer pumps, such as refuelling forklift trucks to larger commercial vehicles such as a bus or lorry, right up to large utility vehicles used on construction sites or quarries.
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  2. An Introduction to Transfer Hand Pumps

    Fuel Transfer Pumps are used to move fuel, whether diesel, petrol or another type of fuel, from one place to another. This may be from one storage container into another or, more frequently, from a storage container into a vehicle via a dispensing nozzle. Many fuel transfer pumps are either mains or battery powered, particularly for larger or heavily used refuelling stations, but hand pumps are also available and can be a good solution for certain types of use.
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  3. A BEGINNERS GUIDE TO FUEL TRANSFER PUMPS

    A fuel transfer pump is the part of a refuelling system that moves fuel from one place to another; often from a storage tank to a vehicle, via a dispensing nozzle. Within that general description, however, there is a huge amount of variety, so it is important to understand what you are looking for & what all of the options are.
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  4. THE MOST COMMON REASONS FOR A BROKEN FUEL TRANSFER PUMP

    Fuel transfer pumps are reliable, but sometimes they do stop working. We have gathered a few quick solutions in this article to help troubleshoot any issues that may occur. Firstly, eliminate the simple solutions & don’t overlook the obvious. Read on to find out more.
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