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Severe Weather Awareness - Honda Pumps
March 22nd 2017 -

Honda Pumps

If severe weather strikes, flooding becomes a major concern. We carry two types of Honda pump: dewatering pump and submersible pumps. Dewatering pumps feature 4-stroke gasoline engines (no mixing oil). Driven by 115V electric motors, submersible pumps are safefor use in interiors. If you are concerned about flooding or simply need a versatile pump for gardening, boat or pool maintenance, these Honda pumps offer peace of mind.

Lightweight Pumps

The compact, lightweight and portable Honda's WX series pumps are an excellent choice for homeowners, gardeners, boat owners, and recreational users. Powered by Honda's lighweight, easy-starting gasoline engines, the WX series pumps are designed for flood control, irrigation, light construction and swimming pool draining. When storms threaten to flood exterior buildings, crawl spaces or even basements, these pumps can quickly displace water.

WX10

This lightweight aluminum pumps (13.4 lbs.) is packaged with everything but the garden hose (includes garden hose adaptor, 16.5' suction hose, clamps and strainer). The 37 gallon per minute capacity pumps water quickly and efficiently. Explore this pump

 

WX15

Still under 20 pounds, the WX15 increases power to 72 gallons per minute. The clamps and strainer are included, but you need to purchase the correct hoses for you application. Explore this pump

Submersible Pumps

The submersible line of Honda pumps are electric pumps designed for drainage of sumps, basements and window wells. If flooding occurs, all WSP models feature a float switch for automatic starting and built-in thermal resets protect the pump from running dry. 

WSP33

This compact pump has a 40 gallon per minute capacity. It is a great tool for 

  • Use for decorative fountains in gardens or ponds.

  • Garden irrigation.

  • Drainage of sumps, basements and window wells.

  • Pumping slurry, dirty or semi-dirty water.

  • Handling of residential, commercial and industrial seepage, effluent and containment transfer.

  • Fast removal of waste water from trays, washing machines, wet bars, water softeners, dehumidifiers and cisterns.

  • Emptying swimming pools, spas, hot tubs and other water storage structures.

  • Pumping water from excavations, crawl spaces, underground passageways, grain elevators, farm stock tanks, construction sites, cooling towers and parking lot sumps.

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