Davey Firefighter Pump Twin Impeller 5213HE Electric Start
Engine: Honda GX390E
Inlet Size: 1 x 2″
Outlet Size: 1 x 2″ & 2 x 1″ plus 1 x 1.5″ primer port.
Maximum Flow: 680lpm
Maximum Head: 106m
Starting: Electric & Recoil (Battery and Leads are sold separately and do not come included)
Dimension (L x H x W): 569 x 455 x 445mm
Dry Weight: 34.7kg
Warranty: Engine: 3 years / Pump: 1 year
WHY CHOOSE THE Davey Firefighter Petrol Powered Self Priming Pumps?
- Patented Twin impeller design provides the versatility of high flow rates with strong pressure.
- Thrust balanced impeller design to extend engine life.
- Pump casing, diffusers and impellers manufactured from quality corrosion resistant marine grade aluminium for long life.
- 3 way discharge port for easy installation.
- Polyester powder coated pump casing, both exterior and interior, for added corrosion resistance.
- Patented floating impeller neckrings front and back of both impellers.
- Self priming from up to 6m for more versatile installation options.
- Huge 1½” priming port for extra quick filling.
- Large drain port with bayonet fit plugs.
- Electric starter (12Vac 30Amp hour battery and leads required) and recoil starter fitted, ensures a choice of starting methods, even if the battery is flat or removed.
- Viton seal and oring kit available for herbicide/insecticide spraying.
- Tanker to tanker water transfer
- High head general water transfer
- Sheep jetting
- Boom spraying
Freight Charges as below
Pick Up Hallam Free
Melbourne Metro $40
Victoria Regional $60
Sydney Metro $60
NSW Regional $80
Brisbane Metro $70
QLD Regional $100
Adelaide Metro $60
S.A. Regional $80
NT, WA, TAS metro $100
NT, WA, TAS regional $190
Are you Bushfire Ready?
Few people are ever fully prepared for an emergency like a bushfire outbreak and the speed at which the fire front can travel. Consequently they often allow little time to implement an effective fire defence. Davey and ASC Water Tanks has a list of recommendations for effective management and maintenance for consumers, ahead of the fire season.
1. Know the machine: All members of the household need to be proficient in the location, operation and fitting of attachments like inlet and outlet hoses to the fire pump. Equally as important, is to know whereother protective materials like clothing and goggles are stored for quick retrieval.
2. Practice: A well rehearsed and documented fire plan is critical to personal survival. In the event a critical situation arises, investing a small amount of time now in pre-fire season training will be of vital importance if a fire situation occurs.
3. Fuel – Petrol: Many people fail to recognise that petrol has a limited life, losing its volatility and effectively becoming ‘stale’. Engines kept fuelled for long periods, often over winter, may not startdue to the deterioration of its fuel. A simple and recommended solution is to change the fuel every two months, either by running the pump or draining it of fuel. Better still, both leading petrol engine manufacturers offer a fuel stabiliser which will dramatically extend the life of the fuel, but it must be added when new fuel is purchased.
4. Fuel – Diesel: Has a longer shelf life but it generally needs to be stored at low ambient temperatures to extend the storage time. Major fuel companies expect diesel fuel to have 12 months or longer life at an ambient temperature of 20ºC, or six months at an ambient temperature of 30ºC.
5. Engine oils are another consideration and individual engine manufacturers offer their own specially branded engine oils to best suit their engines. Synthetic multi-grade engine oil is NOT a
suitable alternative, so it is important to follow the manufacturer’s engine lubrication recommendations.
6. Running the engine regularly will ensure that oil is well distributed around the moving parts to provide best lubrication and a longer working life.
7. Air cleaners are another important consideration, to ensure your pump set has adequate clean air access. The air cleaner or filter needs to be checked and replaced as per the recommendation of the engine manufacturer.
8. Keeping the engine cool also has a dramatic effect on the power it can deliver. Protecting the pump from radiant heat in a flame proof enclosure is the ultimate solution, while adding a mist spray around the pump or its enclosure will aid cooling and humidify the air.
9. A general maintenance regime involving regular checks will ensure that fuel lines are in good condition, the recoil starter works and a regular service schedule is adhered to will pay dividends.
10. Check the plumbing: Time spent investigating and maintaining the water system is also important.
11. Check for leaves, debris and sticks: These can impede the inlet system, while for permanent installations, a foot valve and strainer at the end of the suction line can overcome obstructions.
12. The system should be checked for air leaks and to check that all gaskets and seals are in good order.
13. Having an underground ring main installed around your property with durable hydrant or standpipe outlets can give you much greater coverage and even shorter hoses with increased
resistance to ember attack.
So, as the summer fire season approaches the traditional motto of ‘be prepared’ applies. Establish your fire plan early. Adequately brief and train all family members in its resources and features. Finally, ensure that all your fire protection equipment from a Davey Firefighter pump, to your hoses and nozzles are well maintained and able to operate without delay
Battery and Leads are sold separately and do not come included