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SAFETY ALERT & HAZARD SYMBOLS
SAFETY ALERT & HAZARD SYMBOLS
Before using this equipment, ensure that the operator has read and fully
understands all instructions in this manual.
SAFETY ALERT SYMBOLS
The following safety alert symbols will inform you about potential hazards that could injure
you or others. They represent the level of exposure to the operator, and are preceded by
one of three words: DANGER, WARNING, or CAUTION.
DANGER: You WILL be KILLED or SERIOUSLY injured if you DO
NOT follow directions.
WARNING: You CAN be KILLED or SERIOUSLY injured if you DO
NOT follow directions.
CAUTION: You CAN be injured if you DO NOT follow directions.
Engine exhaust fumes contain poisonous carbon monoxide. This
fume is colorless and odorless, and can cause death if inhaled.
NEVER operate this equipment in a confined area or enclosed
structure that does not provide ample free flow air.
Gasoline is extremely flammable, and its vapors can cause an
explosion if ignited. DO NOT start the engine near spilled fuel or
combustible fluids. DO NOT fill the fuel tank while the engine is
running or hot. DO NOT overfill tank, since spilled fuel could ignite if it
comes into contact with hot engine parts or sparks from the ignition
system. Store fuel in approved containers, in well ventilated areas and
away from sparks and flames. NEVER use fuel as a cleaning agent.
Engine components can generate extreme heat. To prevent burns,
DO NOT touch these areas while the engine is running or
immediately after operations. NEVER operate the engine with heat
shields or heat guards removed.
NEVER operate equipment with covers, or guards removed. Keep
fingers, hands, hair and clothing away from all moving parts to
ALWAYS place the engine ON/OFF switch in the “OFF” position
when the equipment is not in use.
Over Speed Conditions
NEVER tamper with the factory settings of the engine governor or
settings. Personal injury and damage to the engine or equipment can
result if operating in speed ranges above maximum allowable.
This equipment, other property, or the surrounding environment could be damaged if you
do not follow instructions.
ALWAYS wear approved respiratory protection.
Sight and Hearing Hazard
Equipment Damage Messages
Other important messages are provided throughout this manual to help prevent damage
to your equipment, other property, or the surrounding environment.
For your own personal safety and those around you, YOU MUST
READ and ensure you FULLY UNDERSTAND the following safety
information. It is the responsibility of the operator to ensure that
he/she fully understands how to operate this equipment safely. In the
event you are unsure about the safe and correct use of the water
The following safety guidelines should always be used when operating the water pump.
IMPROPER maintenance or use can be hazardous. READ and
FULLY UNDERSTAND this section before you perform any
maintenance, service or repairs.
• This equipment is to be used for its intended application only.
• This equipment must be operated only by well-trained personnel.
• The owner of this equipment must observe, and train the operator of the equipment to
observe the effective Labor Protection Regulation in the country of application.
• Use a suitable lifting equipment to lift the equipment.
• Cordon off the work area and keep members of the public and unauthorized personnel
at a safe distance, including animals.
• Keep FINGERS, HANDS, HAIR and
CLOTHING away from moving parts.
• Never allow a person to act as a weight for this equipment.
• Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) must be worn by the operator whenever this
equipment is being used.
• Make sure you know how to safely switch this equipment OFF before you switch it ON
in case you get into difficulty.
OFF the engine before
• During use, the engine becomes very hot.
Allow the engine to cool before touching it.
• Never leave the engine running and unattended.
• Never remove or tamper with any guards fitted, they are there for your protection.
Always check guards for condition and security. If any are damaged or missing, DO
NOT USE THE EQUIPMENT until the guard has been replaced or repaired.
• Do not operate the machine when you are
ill, feeling tired, or when under the
influence of alcohol or drugs.
Fuel is highly flammable. It may cause injury, death or property
damage. SHUT DOWN the engine, extinguish all open flames and
DO NOT smoke while filling the fuel tank. ALWAYS wipe up any
• Before refueling, switch off the engine and allow it to cool.
DO NOT smoke or allow
naked flames in the area.
• When refueling, use proper funnel, and avoid spilling over the engine.
• Spilt fuel must be made safe immediately, using sand. If fuel is spilt on your clothes,
• Store fuel in an approved, purpose made container away from heat and ignition
PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
Suitable PPE must be worn when using this equipment i.e. Safety Goggles, Gloves, Ear
Defenders, Dust Mask and Steel Toe capped footwear (with anti-slip soles for added
protection). Wear clothing suitable for the work you are doing. Always protect skin from
contact with concrete.
Do not ingest fuel or inhale fuel vapors and avoid contact with your skin. Wash fuel
splashes immediately. If you get fuel in your eyes, irrigate with copious amounts of water
and seek medical attention as soon as possible.
The exhaust fumes produced by the engine are HIGHLY toxic and
Do not operate your water pump indoors or in a confined space, make
sure the work area is adequately ventilated.
See instructions supplied by engine manufacturer. Be sure to initially
put oil in engine and check level regularly. Low speeds extend
engine life dramatically. We recommend for continuous pumping that
the pump be operated at approximately 3000r.p.m.
SPECIFICATION & TECHNICAL DATA
Inlet and Outlet Diameter
Pump Set Package Dimension(mm)
Gross Weight of Pump Set(KG)
3' water pump
4' water pump
For best pump performance, place
the pump close the water level
\and use hoses that no longer
than necessary. That will enable
the pump to produce the greatest
output with the least self-priming time.
As head (pumping height) increases,
output decreases. The length, type,
and size of the suction and discharge
hoses can also significantly affect pump
Discharge head capability is always greater than suction head capability, so it
is important for suction head to be the shorter part of total head. Minimizing
suction head is also very important for reducing self-priming time.
SUCTION HOSE INSTALLATION
Use the commercially available hose and hose connector with the hose clamp
provided with the pump.
Use a hose clamp to securely fasten the connector to suction hose in order to
prevent the air leakage and loss of the suction. Verify that the hose connector
sealing washer is in good condition.
Install the strainer on the other end of the suction hose, and secure it with a
clamp. The strainer will help to prevent the pump from becoming clogged or
damaged by the debris.
DISCHARGE HOSE INSTALLATION
Use a commercially available hose
And hose connector, and clamp.
It is best to use a short, large-diameter
hose. That will reduce fluid friction and
Tighten the hose clamp securely to
Prevent the discharge hose from
disconnecting under high pressure.
PRIMING THE PUMP
Remove priming plug and fill pump and suction pipe with water. Pump is
equipped with suction flap valve and should be capable of drawing air out of
normal size suction pipes or hoses. Replace plug and start the pump. If the
pump pumps a little and stops, turn the pump off, check suction pipe for
possible leaks and repeat priming procedure until the pump operates
Warning: Operating the pump dry will damage the pump seal. If the pump
has been operated dry, stop the engine immediately, and allow the pump to
cool before priming.
TYPE OF WATER
Pumps are capable of pumping septic tank effluent, sink wastes, small
amounts of dirt or sand, drainage or polluted water and some industrial wastes.
They are not designed to pump large quantities of foreign matter. If fluid
contains large or stringy material, then an adequate suction strainer should be
If chemicals are to be pumped, compatibility of pump material should be
checked with your local office.
STAETING THE ENGINE
Prime the pump
1. Move the fuel valve
level to the on position
2. Move the choke to CLOSED position. No need for restart a warm
4. Move the throttle level away from SLOW position, about 1/3 of the way
toward the FAST position
5. Turn the ignition switch to ON position
6. Pull the starter grip lightly until resistance is felt, then pull it briskly
7. When engine running, moved the choke level to CLOSE position.
SETTING ENGINE SPEED
After starting the engine, move the throttle level to FAST position for
self-priming, and check pump output. Decreasing the engine speed will low
the pump output.
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