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BBT Diesel 2" Pump

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MSRP: $1,299.00
Was: $1,299.00
Now: $899.00
(You save $400.00 )
Expected release date is 27th Jul 2022
Calculated at Checkout
Weight: 37.00 KGS

BBT Diesel Fire Pump

Look no further, BBT has you covered this fire season with there new Model Diesel Pump. Which include a 4.2hp Direct Injected single cylinder Diesel engine, recoil start, decompression valve for easy starting, 1 x 2" outlet to allow you to transfer water when needed from a dam or water hole, with a Max 26M lift you can access those long distance dams or creeks and be rest assured the BBT Diesel pump with get it where you need it.

It is easy to see why a Diesel Pump is the obvious choice over a standard 4 stroke unleaded pump when being used in Australian Conditions!! For one, Diesel has a high ignition point making it a much safer fuel in fire condition, that's why you will not see a fire truck running on a unleaded engine, in hot conditions standard petrol only needs a passing spark and it will ignite even fumes and blow up leaving you without a pump when you need it most.

This top of the range pump will even run on BIO DIESEL making it environmentally friendly.

Pump Specifications
Manufacturer BBT
Maximum Pump Lift 26M
Maximun Suction Ht 8M
Self-priming time 120sec
Max.flow 36000 LPH
Intake/Outlet 2"  /  2"
Thread Pitch BSP
Hoses Included NO
Warranty 12 Months Parts
Parts Available Yes always
Engine Specifications
Manufacturer BBT-JD
Displacement 211cc
Max Output 4.2HP
Rated Output 4.5HP
Fuel Tank 2.5L
Starting System Recoil


What in the box!

  • 2" BBT Diesel Pump
  • Basic Tool Kit
  • Fittings and clamps

Need Hoses?? Please contact us for hose packages, we have both 1.5" Canvas and also 1" canvas up to 30M long with fittings and also fire nozzles, don't get caught out this season be prepared



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Customers Reviews (1 Review)

  • 5
    Fire fighting pump

    Posted by Unknown on 26th Dec 2014

    This is the type of product you buy and hope you never need to use it, but excellent to keep on hand in case of fires

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