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Holmatro Petrol Pumps
Holmatro introduces new petrol pumps
Lightweight with robust frame
At Interschutz 2010 Holmatro Rescue Equipment introduced a new series of compact, portable petrol pumps with low weights ranging from 14.6 to 15.4 kg. This makes them easy to carry by one person to the rescue scene. The pumps are equipped with a robust frame protecting them during storage and (heavy) use, also on rough terrain. Model SP 10 P(C) for single tool operation is available in two versions: equipped with single hose CORE™ Technology or with 2 couplers for traditional dual hose systems. Model TP 10 P is a dual hose pump suitable for alternative tool operation.
Other special features
All pumps have a large hydraulic oil content and can therefore be used to operate any rescue tool. They also have enough oil to power multiple tools successively. Thanks to their compact dimensions the pumps are easy to store. All models have hydraulic oil level indication.
Holmatro lightweight petrol pump SP 10 PC. Equipped with single hose CORE™ Technology.
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Visit our website www.holmatro.com/rescue for more product information.
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