Fyr Port

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Portable Pump

The Fyr Port series portable pumps are specially designed for applications involving high pressure. Standard features include brass piston type hand primer, recoil starting, and a 8-horsepower two-cycle engine which offers high horsepower in a small pack-age. Two different mounting options are available — skid (20FP-C8SK) or wraparound frame (20FPC8FR). The complete pumping unit weighs in at a mere 50 pounds — ideal for one-man portability.

Product Specifications

Product Length Width Height Weight
Fyr Port 17 1/4″ 16″ 19″ 50 lbs

Features and Benefits:

•High pressure performance
•Compact, very lightweight design
•High horsepower/weight ratio
•one man portability

Description

Technical Specification Pump

  • Type: Single stage centrifugal bolted directly to engine
  • Suction: 1.5” Female nST thread
  • discharge: 1.5” Female nST thread
  • Volute and Head: High strength corrosion resistant aluminum alloy with machined waterways for maximum performance
  • impeller: Hard fine grain bronze, fully machined and hand balanced with smooth internal waterways and mixed flow vanes for maximum efficiency
  • Clearance Rings: “Floating” bronze for minimum clearance
  • Pump Shaft: engine’s horizontal shaft serves as pump shaft, protected against corrosion by a bronze sleeve
  • Shaft Seal: long life, maintenance-free selfadjusting, self-lubricated using a special ceramic seat for wear and shock resistance
  • Priming: Compact, hand operated, piston type brass priming pump
  • Testing: Performance tested

Engine

  • make: u.s. motor Power Inc.
  • Type: single cylinder, two-cycle gasoline
  • Horsepower: 8 HP at 7,000 rPm
  • Governing:electrical overspeed protection
  • lubrication: oil/Gas mixture
  • Starting: Recoil type starting
  • air Filter: dry element type
  • exhaust: Spark arresting

Options

  • Hose Package: Contains 100 feet of 1.5” fire hose, adjustable nozzle, tune-up kit, and 2-cycle oil in a canvas carrying bag

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