Pacer Deluxe Fire Fighting System Pacer P5812U4E950-213
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Pacer® Deluxe Fire Fighting System




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Stock Number: 93109
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Pacer Deluxe Fire Fighting System

This complete fire fighting system can be used on brush, in remote wooded areas, and on buildings. Use any nearby stream, pond, shallow well, or pool as a water source. The centrifugal, gas-driven pump is powered by a 5.5 hp Briggs & Stratton OHV engine and is self priming to 25’ with initial charge. The system comes complete with 100’ of 1-1/2” discharge hose, 20’ of 2” suction hose, a 1-1/2” adjustable spray nozzle, a 1-1/2” street elbow, a 2” x 1-1/2” reducing nipple, a 2” steel nipple, a 2” strainer, a roll cage with rubber feet, and one roll of Teflon® tape. Ships in two boxes.

Product Notes:  Ships at an oversized rate Ships at an oversized rate.

Brand: Pacer
MPN: P5812U4E950-213
UPC:
UNSPSC: 46191600


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Marine Engineer & specialist in confined space firefighting
04/30/2009
I ordered the kit and it arrived in excellent shape, everything I needed was there. The directions were easy to understand and assembly took only about fifteen minutes. The unit tested as designed, performing flawlessly. One recommendation though, the suction hose has a standard ABS plastic strainer but no foot valve. Hence when immersing the suction hose into a pool or pond and trying to fulfill the requirment to prime the pump with water, before starting, is somewhat counter productive, because with no foot valve the water runs down from the pump into the pool or pond. To ensure the pump gets sufficient water lubrication and you don't burn out the seals, hold the suction hose above the pump level, prime the pump through the pump housing fitting, re-insert the pump housing casing plug, start the pump and place the suction hose into the water source.
This reviewer would recommend this product to a friend.


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