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ECO-FLO PUP62 Drill Pump

SKU # 116833399
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The ECO-FLO PUP62 Drill Pump is ideal for transferring liquids from stopped up sinks or tubs and great for emptying water heaters as well.

  • Inlet/outlet clearly marked and designed for use with garden hose
  • Corrosion-resistant thermoplastic construction
  • Includes a 3 ft. garden hose and 1/4 in. ID hose to pump engine oil
  • Fits standard 1/4 in. or 1/2 in. drill
  • Up to 300 GPH
  • 90 days limited warranty

Specification Description
Brand: ECO-FLO Products Inc.
Flow Rating: 300 GPH
Hertz: 60 Hz
Material: Plastic
Product Type: Water Pumps
Total Head: 5 ft.
Warranty: 90 Days
Manufacturer Part Number PUP62

Can you use to water a garden from a creek.

Asked by: Pappaw 235
This is not recommending due to the following statement from the product manual: The following may cause severe damage to pump and will void the warranty: 1. All piping must be clean and free of all foreign matter to prevent clogging. 2. Pump will be inadequate if suspension liquids contain solid particles larger than 1/4”.
Answered by: Nick B1
Date published: 2017-05-31

can this operate in reverse? I want to move water back and forth between two buckets, can I just reverse the drill, or do I need to switch the hoses? Thanks John

Asked by: johnramming
Yes, this can work in reverse.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-05-19

Can this be used with a power washer

Asked by: Riri2016
No it can not be.
Answered by: BrittanyH
Date published: 2016-11-01

can this be used to transfer gasoline?

Asked by: bobby s
We would not advise using a drill pump to transfer gasoline, as it could spark and ignite the gas.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2018-06-22
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