Hand Drum Pumps
Hand drum pumps represent an efficient alternative to tipping a drum to remove its liquid contents. Some of these types of drum pumps mount over an opening in the drum lid, while others require only the insertion of a vertical suction tube through the opening. The fluid is then extracted and transferred through the pump via suction generated by the manual pushing of a piston, the cranking of a handle, or the squeezing of a flexible bulb. Items vary by action type, inlet size, application, gpm, psi and several additional considerations. For more options on equipment to transfer liquid from drums, see our fuel transfer accessories, fuel transfer pumps, and electric drum pumps.