Fill-Rite Rotary Hand Pump Fill-Rite
(Fill-Rite Part #: FR112)
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Cast aluminum Fill-Rite pump provides smooth, continuous transfer of medium viscosity liquids, as well as oil, gasoline and diesel fuel. Improved seal keeps water out. Built-in check valve and strainer. Pump easily mounts to a standard drum with 2in. NPT. Anti-siphoning device, hose with static wire and a 20 in. to 34 3/4 in. telescoping suction pipe. Padlockable pump can be set up for reverse flow and is adaptable for drums, kegs or storage tanks.

    Specs

    Made In:USA
    Installation InstructionsCLICK HERE
    Fits:Drum or transfer tank with 2 inch NPT bung

    Features

    • Includes 20" to 34-3/4" steel telescoping suction pipe, 3/4" x 8 ft. hose and 3/4" hose-end spout
    • Delivers 10 gallons per 100 revolutions
    • UL approved
    • Can be used to pump in reverse direction
    • Cast iron rotor
    • 3 ft. lift - For drums, totes and barrels
    • Vaccum breaker included

    Included:

    • Telescoping steel suction pipe

    Not Included:

    • Padlock
    Installation Instructions CLICK HERE

    Fill-Rite/Tuthill Transfer Systems

    Tuthill Transfer Systems (TTS) is a wholly owned, privately held subsidiary of Tuthill Corporation, located in Burr Ridge, IL. Tuthill Corporation has a long history in the development of new products for the pump markets. Dating back to 1892, Chicago builders needed a vast supply of construction material to fuel the city's rapid expansion. James B. Tuthill purchased a local clay quarry and a kiln and began supplying Chicago common bricks to local construction firms. Tuthill searched for an efficient way to lift the clay from the quarry floor and deliver the company's bricks to construction sites. In the early 1920's, his inquiries turned up a new transportation idea—a steam-powered truck engine.

    The design of the engine proved unworkable, but Tuthill recognized the value of the engine's only practical feature: a small, internal gear pump which injected fuel oil directly into the truck boiler. Tuthill refined the pump design and marketed it to companies that produced oil-fired boilers for use in residential and industrial heating. In 1927 the Tuthill Pump Company (TPC) was formed by James B. Tuthill and Gray B Tuthill to manufacture and sell lube and oil burner pumps. The Tuthill internal gear pump was well accepted and proved itself successful and thus became the foundation for today's Tuthill Corporation.

    With this legacy and competency in the fluid transfer product offerings, Tuthill acquired Ossian Engineering Company in 1961 which resulted in the introduction of the Fill-Rite branded fuel and meter product lines. In 1995 Tuthill Transfer Systems broke ground on their new state-of-the art production facility on Aviation Drive in Fort Wayne, IN. where to this day continues to manufacture world-class products with a commitment to U.S. based manufacturing. In 1998 Tuthill Transfer Systems augmented its core Fill-Rite fuel pump and meter offerings by making another acquisition – the purchase of Fluid Power Products, Inc. (FPP). This product line, now known as Fill-Rite Precision Meters extends the capabilities of fuel pumps by offering highly accurate, weights and measures compatible metering systems for the transfer of a wide range of fuels, liquids, oils, and chemicals.

    Long known as the 'Red Pump' TTS continued to develop its core competency providing rugged, high performance, fuel, oil, and chemical transfer pumps and meters that have continuously enjoyed a leadership position for the past 50 years. Tuthill Transfer Systems and Fill-Rite are now celebrating 50 Years of Excellence providing the industries best fluid transfer products in the world.

    The above information has been provided by the Manufacturer, and we cannot guarantee the accuracy thereof or endorse the opinions expressed.