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TRHD05 - 2D Liquid Transfer Pump with Nozzle

TRHD05 - 2D Liquid Transfer Pump with Nozzle

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  • Flow Rate of 1.8 Gallons per Minute

  • Intake Tube Length: 16.8 in

  • Discharge Hose Length of 23.5 in

  • Gas Pump Style Nozzle (15 in)

  • Requires 2 "D" Batteries (Not Included)

Model: TRHD05


done_all Compatible Liquids
Any non-corrosive such as gas, diesel, kerosene, water (not drinking water), etc.

closeNOT Compatible
Acetone, benzen, creosol, ethyl, phenol, methyl ethyl, concentrated caustic soda liquid, nitric acid, hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, thinners, solvents, ec.


  • 1.8 GPM Fuel Transfer Pump

  • Transferring liquid out of a drum can be a pain! Safely use this portable TERA PUMP TRHD05. Manual Siphon Pump to transfer or empty tanks, barrels, drums, carboys and IBCs

  • The TERA PUMP TRHD05 is an affordable manual chemical transfer pump designed for quick and easy emptying of gas cans of various sizes. The TRHD05 eliminates the lifting of large, heavy, gas cans and spilling wasted fuel. Up and down operated flexible spring type bellows allow smooth operation and high powered discharge.

    • Suction Type: Battery Operated Liquid Transfer Pump
    • Power: 2 "D" Alkaline Batteries (NOT Included)
    • Delivery Volume: 1.8GPM
    • Total Length:23.5"
    • Application Liquids: Kerosene, Light Oils, Diesel Oils, Chemicals, Insecticides, Toluene, Light Solvents, Gasonline, Water (Not Drinking Water)...etc

    • Portable, Light Weight and Heavy Duty Material
    • Easily Empty Containers
    • Useful in the garage, basement, bathroom, shop and yard.
    • Easy to hold pump style handle alleviates spills and messy clean-ups.
    • The TRHD05 is built with heavy duty material and has proven to be a convenient tool for any type of work environment. Empty out containers and transfer out non-corrosive liquids in minutes! This battery powered pump will save you the headache and mess when you need to pump gas, water, oil, and other light solvents.

    • 1. Immerse the suction end of the pump into the liquid (ex. Gas Can)
    • 2. Insert the tube into a container to receive the liquid
    • 3. Turn the pump on. Caution: Do Not over fill the container. Avoid pumping liquid to a container higher than the pump's motor housing
    • 4. When finished, keep the pump upright and lift the handle above the pump mechanism to drain any liquid back into the original container. Do Not lay pump down until all liquid has been drained from the tube and pump.
    • 5. Run water through the pump after using it with any other liquid. This will rinse the interior and extend the life of the pump.