"This Honda Diaphragm Water Pump is a positive displacement pump that can pump thick sludge or water containing large solids. Instead of an impeller and a volute, diaphragm pumps use a neoprene diaphragm. Great for construction, industrial, and agricultural applications. Engine Displacement cc 120, Engine Type OHV, Max. Suction Lift ft. 16 dry, 24 primed, Pump Housing Aluminum, Fits Hose Dia. in. 3, Flow GPH 4,800, Engine GX120, Discharge Port in. 3, Low Oil Shutdown Yes, Dimensions L x W x H in. 31 1/2 x 30 1/2 x 25 3/4, Solid Handling in. 2.4, Max. Total Head ft. 50, Diaphragm Neoprene, Suction Port in. 3, Self-Priming Yes. Powerful 120cc Honda GX120 commercial-grade engine is easy starting and provides ample power for the toughest conditions 3in. ports can easily pass solids up to 2.4in. Dry run capability is perfect for areas with slow seepage like, work sites where groundwater is slowly seeping in. Special 'rock channel' prevents case damage and allows large solids and high amounts of sediment to pass through the pump without harming its components Spring-protected connecting rod protects the pump against damage Honda Oil Alert protects the pump by shutting the engine off when low oil is detected Wheel kit standard Die cast aluminum case Removable priming plug allows suction head to be increased Dry self-priming for convenient quick starts Air cushion chamber to reduce pulsation in the suction line Convenient carrying handles NPT suction and delivery ports for easy hose connections Standard 2 3/8in. steel strainer"
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Customer Reviews for "Honda Self-Priming Diaphragm Water Pump with Wheel Kit - 4800 GPH, 3in. Ports, 2.4in. Solids Capacity, 120cc Honda GX120 Engine, Model# WDP30XK1AT"
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December 12, 2014
from Austin, Texas
"I purchased this pump to remove sludge and mud. It would do neither, even when the mixture was water rich. There is virtually no head, and it cannot push slurry beyond 100 feet. It is a trash pump and not worth the price. I returned mine within one week."
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