DrillPump - Self-Priming Water Pump Attachment

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Make your drill useful than ever. Turn it into a water pump!

Gone are the days when hand drill is for woodworking alone. A lot of people are now using their drills for a variety of tasks. There are so many attachments available in the market today that convert drills into a multipurpose tool you can use around your home. And one of them is the DrillPump – Self-Priming Water Pump Attachment.  With this kit, your drill is transformed into a powerful, self-priming pump so you can transfer or drain water easily.


Why You Need It:

  • Transforms your regular hand drill into a handy water pump
  • Makes transferring or draining smaller water quantities easy and effortless

  • Self-priming – with 20-30 L/min flow rate (depends on the rpm of the drill)
  • No more lifting heavy containers - prevent hurting your back, neck, and hands
  • Best for transferring water from containers to other receptacles, changing the water in aquariums, ponds, or pools and putting gas/oil in lawnmower, car, boat, etc.

  • Offers easy installation – simply mount on your drill; it has 8 mm shaft drive to fit chucks of common drills
  • Maximum speed from 1500 to 3000 rpm
  • Connectors have threads to fit different hoses with 15 mm diameter

  • Made of high-quality plastic - won't succumb to rust and can withstand all kinds of weather 
  • Great aid and gift for the elderly, people with arthritis, and those who want to maximize the use of their drill



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Product Specifications:

  • Package includes:
  • 1 x Drill Pump
  • 2 x Hose Clamp
  • 2 x Connector
  • Material: Plastic + Metal
  • Size: 16 x 10 x 1 cm
  • Transmission shaft diameter: 8mm (round shank)
  • Weight: approx. 218 g
  • Color: Black
  • Speed: 1500-3000 rpm
  • Inner Tube Diameter: approx. 15mm
  • Working Temperature: approx. 5-49℃ (41-120℉)