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Fuel pumps are devices used to convey fuel from bulk containers such as drums or totes. They generally consist of a suction tube or hose, a pump mechanism, and a delivery hose with a fuel nozzle. Hand-operated fuel transfer pumps require a lever to be manually turned to operate a rotary or lobe assembly to displace and move fuels and other liquids. Electric fuel transfer pumps and bowser pumps, on the other hand, use either a direct-current (DC) or alternating (AC) electrical power source to operate its displacement pump. Diesel fuel transfer pumps are used in various industries such as transportation, pharmaceutical, beverage, and chemical among others.

Looking for supplementary accessories for these pumps? Check out our fuel accessories and spares category.