Blackstone BD-T 8000ES water pump for dirty waters is a specific machine to drain dirty waters and it stands among the standard petrol pumps for the large dimensions and exceptional volume of its pump unit.
This pump can also operate with liquids which may contain solid parts, such as stones and sand, and it is ideal for emptying muddy excavations of construction sites, muddy bottom ponds, cesspits and so on. It is also equipped with a specific metal filter, resistant to shocks and wear due to debris that dirty waters contain.
Another distinctive feature of this product is the electric start with key, which ensures easy and quick starting. In addition to this, the high performance of the powerful 296 cc diesel engine that delivers a power of 6 Hp guarantee a maximum flow rate of up to 833 L per minute. Also, this water pump provides a maximum head lift of 26 m and a suction depth up to 8 m.
This particular model features a sturdy wraparound frame made of steel, giving the pump stability, safety and protection against impacts. Despite its robustness, this machine is easy to transport, as well as being a good compromise between size and power.
Finally, Blackstone BD-T 8000ES is easy to use; in fact, it is sufficient to fill it using the dedicated tap placed on the top of the pump and, if necessary, drain the excess water from the drip valve.
Items included: 2 80 mm fittings, 3 metal clamps and 2 rubber gaskets for fittings in addition to the steel suction filter.
- The engine is provided without oil, remember to fill it before use with the bottles supplied on standard equipment
- Do not operate the machine with a dry pump
These pumps are suitable for transferring water (e.g. from a cistern to another) or for furrow irrigation in fields and gardens.
We do not guarantee the suitability for the combined use with different types of sprinklers or irrigation systems, (as they require the contribution of a qualified technician and a number of calculations in terms of flow rate, head lift, pressure, hose diameters, valves, nozzles, and so on), which may require more specific types of pumps for water systems.