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Wolfcraft WFC2202, Bomba, vástago, 13 mm (CE), 1300 l/h [Clase de eficiencia energética A]
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- Bomba de trasvase de líquidos para accionar con taladro
- Potencia máxima 1300 l/h
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Como es muy barata, leí bien las instrucciones y me fijé en los siguientes puntos: (1) poner la goma del diámetro indicado (13 mm interior); (2) fijar correctamente la máquina de taladrar, de manera que no forzara el eje de la bomba; y (3) vigilar en todo momento que la goma de succión no saliera del gasoil y empezara a aspirar en vacío.
En estas condiciones, el resultado ha sido magnífico: cada garrafa de 20 litros se llenaba en 2 ó 3 minutos y se notaba que la bomba estaba trabajando perfectamente, sin forzarse ni forzar la máquina de taladrar.
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The pump is packed full of Grease, my intended use for the pump was to pump fresh clean water from a container into my campervan tanks.
Will I be able to use the pump for my intended purpose as the water needs to remain clean and fresh, not contaminated.
A response via here would be greatly appreciated.
Elle the elephant.
I used it to clear a flooded garage and the amount of water it was clearing per minute was much greater than I was expecting. In under an hour the entire area was just about clear of water. The advantage over most standing pumps is that they stop working when under an inch of water is there. With this pump you can put the hose end wherever there is any water - even just a millimetre or two - and it still works.
Before you can start, you must bolt the pump on to a board, and a clear drawing shows how to do this. Nuts, bolts and washers are included, so after drilling two 6mm holes in my board, I was ready to go. I wish there were some way of clamping the pump body to the drill body, then we wouldn't need the board. Anyhow, it's a low-cost and effective gadget.
Used it to remove kerosene from some old heaters in our farm sheds and transferred about 100 litres which would have been great problems without this item. Do remember to run in a forward (ie drilling direction not in reverse) and have as much hose as you need, minimum is 1 metre but max seems to be whatever you want!
Also do make yourself a board to mount it to to improve the fit for the drill and make sure the drill is not at an angle
I ran this as close to the water source as possible so that it doesn't have to run dry for a long time while it primes the hoses and this worked really well. The water flow was surprisingly good and the hot tub was quicker to drain than it was to fill from the tap, so that shows how good the flow rate is.
It is of course noisy running the drill for a long period, but that is a given when using this sort of pump.
As I wont need to use regularly, after use I opened it up to dry and re-grease and found that most of the internals are plastic and rubber - the 'vanes' are thick rubber and run around the plastic housing creating the flow. This simplicity means that hopefully with a little care it should last fine for long time.
The device itself is very sturdy, I needed it to be mobile, so didn't fix it to a surface, instead I laid it flat and connected the drill facing downwards. For the drill I was using this was fine, but I imagine something with much higher torque would be very hard to control.
Sadly, only two months later, mine has died in the sense that water leaks out of it when in use, it vibrated like crazy, then suddenly became very smooth, which suggested to me that something had come loose in the internal mechanism, I saw a bit of smoke, and water was no longer being moved.
So maybe it was a fluke? It worked well, then died, and I'm not the type of person to instantly brand something as rubbish with one star, then go on to advise everyone not to buy it, unless it actually deserves that rating.
So I'm now looking at returning it as faulty for a replacement, or seeing if there is something a bit sturdier out there that I'll need to pay extra for.
Right from the start this product looks well made.
I have a shallow part attached to my pond, mud collects there from the water course. I need a pump to suck it out into buckets.
I fitted the pump onto a board and lined my drill up by adding more wood. I did not want to use mains being involved with water. I got my 18v Bosch hand drill put it on fast setting. Just great. Self primed sucked out the mud, 5 buckets worth . Nice to find a product that lives up to its promises.
Just a reminder, spray some oil in both in and out before use, probably works the self prime. All in the instructions. Yes I read them.
I mounted the pump on a small wooden batten about a foot long, no need to mount on a board and used my Ryobi cordless drill to run it, no problems at all, no need for a 240v drill.
It self primed easily and connected up to standard garden hose.
Used it to pump out a hot water tank where the drain off valve had seized up with limescale and it performed very well, wish I had brought this a few days prior instead of wasting hours trying to siphon it out. Also used it to pump the last few litres of water out of a couple of loft header tanks, it's easily paid for itself with what I've saved by doing this myself rather than the plumber.
Will try it again in a few months to see if it Still works ok as ive had a similar item years ago that stopped pumping very quickly with no obvious reason why when dismantled.
We had alot of water in the bung tank of the central heating system. The safety area. The previous owner had left the lid of the tank off so it had collected gallons of water. It took 20 minutes to pump the water out. The inner tank was floating and distorting on the body of water in the sleeve... We were told by the oil delivery driver with a suggestion to buy a drill attachment pump. Reckon we pumped out over 300 litres of water with it based on how long it took.
So pulled the pipe off, oiled the pump as per instructions and put it away for next time. Hopefully there won't be. We keep the access lid on it, was thrown behind the hedge.