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Closed Spout Hand Cistern Water Pump
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Closed Spout Hand Cistern Water Pump

Item #20300200
3 reviews
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Water less than 20 feet down? Use one of our cistern pumps. Reasonable cost and simple installation is its hallmarks.
  • Top and spout are closed to help keep contaminants out and water sanitary
  • Heavy-duty leathers and castings
  • Tapped for 1¼" suction
  • Made of cast iron with seamless brass cylinders
  • Casting painted red, 3½" stroke, 17"H, 22 lb
  • USA made

Customer Reviews of Closed Spout Hand Cistern Water Pump
Product Rating: 4.0 out of 5.0(3 reviews)
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- 11/4/2010
said: Cochrane
"So far so good. The pump is in our miniature donkey pen bringing up water from a creek so my job of getting water for the two is much easier. The pump was just installed this week. We have pretty cold winters but this won't freeze, right?"
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- 1/13/2010
said: George Monk
"We've used this pump daily in our off-the-grid home in the woods for close to a decade now and it's given excellent service. It's installed next to the kitchen sink and pumps water from a cistern that's slightly over 100 feet away from the house and downhill.Because of harsh winters, we've gotten into the habit of raising the handle after use to drain water back into the cistern so the pipe won't freeze. Priming the pump and bringing water back up to the house is a cinch.The faucet-type spout makes controlling and directing the flow of water from the pump easy, so there's no spray and splashing."
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- 10/30/2013
said: NHFarmer
"Just got the pump-I had to double check the catalog because the look definitely had China made all over it. The paint was chipping and has already started to rust. The finish on the metal is equivalent to my 1940 tractor transmission, wavy and burred. The cylinder appears to be off center and the long bolts are not even. Looks pretty bad but I am waiting on plumbing parts to install. Were it not so heavy to ship I would probably send it back. If I wanted the junk looking one I would have saved the $200."
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