55 gallon barrel pumpsgreenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
I need hand pumps for the 55 gallon barrels I have acquired. Does anyone know where I can get some? Harbor Freight has some but say that they are for petroleum products, not water. Why would they not work? Thanks. Dale
-- dale murphy (email@example.com), November 19, 1999
-- * (***@__._), November 20, 1999.
there will be a coop preps on watertanks.com stuff to be announced tomorrow.
-- Stan Faryna (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 20, 1999.
You can also use a 12v or manual tire pump to pressure the barrel and get the water out. Less possibility of contamination IMHO. Remember keggers?
-- Michael (email@example.com), November 20, 1999.
I just ordered one from Nitro-Pak in Heber City, Utah.
Basic Hand Pump, Product code 2516, $15.95 + S&H.
Order before the y2k movie, just in case.
-- rob minor (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 20, 1999.
Do a product search on "drum pumps."
Note: there seem to be two different qualities of plastic pumps on the market. The first one I got was bad news. Bought one here, and it works fine. It's bigger, better made, and costs the same.
Don't work for these people, but have had very good results ordering from them.
-- i'm a (email@example.com), November 20, 1999.
I too have been very pleased with this company and its products/service. Are you aware they are a non profit company? Profits go to feed hungry kids around the world.
-- Taz (Tassie123@aol.com), November 20, 1999.
-- dale murphy (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 20, 1999.
Don't forget to think outside the box.
A hose makes a good siphon.
Nothing else needed.
-- LM (email@example.com), November 20, 1999.
Yep, LM, I was gonna say, we got some lengths of Tygon tubing. (clear stuff) works great w/good ol' gravity!
-- preparing (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 20, 1999.