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Subaru’s diesel trash pumps combine a heavy-duty Hatz diesel engine, durable construction and reliable performance to move high volumes of trash water without clogging the pump. The diesel trash pumps provide greater convenience on jobsites where diesel fuel is more readily available.
features a 3-inch discharge port and a maximum capacity of 317 gallons per minute. It is powered by the 6.8-horsepower air-cooled four-cycle Hatz 1B30 diesel engine. The larger PTD410T
uses the 9.9-horsepower Hatz 1B40. It has a 449 gallon-per-minute maximum capacity and a 4-inch discharge port.
Both models in the diesel line are self-priming and come standard with an engine toolkit, two-piece hose coupling and three-piece hose band. A standard strainer prevents oversized debris from entering the hose. Additionally, a low-oil shutdown system prevents the pump from running should lubrication levels drop, and a spark arrestor lessens noise and the chance of igniting nearby combustibles. Both trash pump models also come with a recoil starter.
Subaru trash pumps are constructed with high-quality, heavy-duty materials to offer durability for the most demanding jobsites. A hardened cast-iron volute effectively withstands suspended sticks, stones and other debris sucked through the strainer, while an abrasion-resistant, cast-iron impeller helps ensure a long life with little maintenance.
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