Subaru’s diesel trash pumps combine a heavy-duty Hatz diesel engine and durable construction to move high volumes of trash water without clogging.
Designed for greater jobsite convenience since diesel fuel is more readily available there, PTD310T features a 3-in. discharge port and 317 gpm maximum capacity. Models are powered by 6.8-hp air-cooled four-cycle Hatz 1B30 diesel engine.
A larger PTD410T uses a 9.9-hp Hatz 1B40. It has a 449-gpm maximum capacity and 4-in. discharge port.
Both trash pumps are self priming. They come standard with an engine toolkit, two-piece hose coupling, and three-piece hose band. A standard strainer prevents oversized debris from entering the hose.
A low-oil shutdown system prevents the pump from running should lubrication levels drop. A spark arrestor lessens noise and the chance of igniting nearby combustibles. Further trash pumps data are yours free.
Robin America Incorporated
905 Telser Road, Lake Zurich IL 60047
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