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Manual Pumps

Pumping Solutions for Jobs to be Done without Power

Manual Pumps are intended for occasional, low volume jobs, but we also offer choices for frequent, medium volume jobs. Choosing the right Manual Pump depends on how much and how often the contents need to be pumped, the type and size of the container its stored in, and what the product is to be pumped into. 

Choose the Manual Pump that is right for you:

Straight Piston or Stick Pumps are great for occasional, low volume jobs. Some of them are built to double as siphon pumps. They are available in a wide choice of materials, including food grade FDA compliant materials, so you are sure to find one that will work with your product.

For a siphon pump, you prime the pump with the handle and the flow continues by itself until the liquid level in the supply containers falls to the level of the new container.

Lever Action Piston and Diaphragm Air Operated Pumps that use a flexible diaphragm to separate the pumping chambers are better choices for more frequent or medium volume jobs. You get a steady flow of liquid with a smoother, less tiring effort. In addition, you can pump greater distances and greater heights. That is important if, for example, you are transferring anti-freeze or oil from a drum into an engine. 

Gravity Feed Hose Kits have a nozzle on the end to enable dispensing from horizontally stored drums. Though they aren't actually pumps, they perform like pumps. The big difference is that their power source is gravity, so all you have to do is open and close the nozzle to dispense.

Dispensing grease? We have a broad selection of Lever Action Grease Pumps and Grease Guns. 

Proportioners and Measured-shot Dispensing Pumps are some of the specialty items we carry along with hoses. Also, check out the Envirowedge, an ingenious little item that helps to get that last bit of liquid pumped out of a drum.