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"Honda High-Output, High-Pressure Water Pump - 1 1/2in. Ports, 6,900 GPH, 55 PSI, 120cc Honda GX120 Engine, Model# WH15XK1C1"

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"Honda self-priming High-Output, High-Pressure Water Pump has a strong 120cc OHV engine and 1 1/2in. suction and discharge ports. Handling pressures up to 55 PSI, it is well suited for high-pressure applications like irrigation and fire fighting. Engine Type OHV, Engine Displacement cc 118, Dimensions L x W x H in. 16 5/16 x 14 1/4 x 16, Volute Rigid-mounted cast iron, Fits Hose Dia. in. 1 1/2, Discharge Port in. 1 1/2, Pump Housing Aluminum, Max. Total Head ft. 127, Flow GPH 6,900, Impellers Cast iron, Max. Suction Lift ft. 26, Seals Carbon/ceramic mechanical seals, Max. PSI 55, Engine Honda GX120, Self-Priming Yes, Suction Port in. 1 1/2. Durable 120cc Honda GX120 series commercial-grade engine is easy starting and provides ample power for the toughest conditions Maximum pressure of 55 PSI, perfect for high-pressure applications like sprinklers and nozzles Rigid-mount cast iron volute reduces case wear, increasing the life of the pump Handle makes the pump easy to transport wherever you need it Lightweight aluminum case"
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Questions & Answers for "Honda High-Output, High-Pressure Water Pump - 1 1/2in. Ports, 6,900 GPH, 55 PSI, 120cc Honda GX120 Engine, Model# WH15XK1C1"

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What is the Gallons per Hour or per Run, Fuel Consumption?

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This high-pressure water pump under the best conditions(short suction hose, pump placement is the same elevation as water source, etc.) has a run time of approximately 1-1/2 hours. This water pump has a max output of 6900 gallons per hour. Using a full tank of gas over 1-1/2 hours, its approximate output is 10,350 gallons.
answered 3 weeks, 4 days ago
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-Gionix: The WH15 will move a *maximum* of 115 gallons per minute. Actual rate will be affected by the length of the suction hose, how high up the pump is from the tip of the suction hose, etc. At maximum rate, the 1/2 gallon fuel tank works out to about 1-1/2 hours of run time. That would equal 10,350 gallons. Again, that the max, your results will will vary. -Robert@Honda
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what happens to this pump if the output of the pump is turned off, shut down during operation. I would like to use this in operating off and on.

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You can restrict the output on this pump. You cannot turn off the the output on the pump.
answered 6 months ago
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Do you mean if the output is blocked and no water is being pumped, but the engine keeps running? Is this what you mean by wanting to use this "in operating off and on?"

This is called deadheading. Deadheading a pump for a brief amount of time is okay, but if allowed to continued, the bearings and other pump internal parts can overhead and fail. Best to avoid a deadhead situation if possible. Hope this helps -Robert@Honda
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does this pump need a bypass line for operation?

asked 7 months ago
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This item does not require a bypass line for operation.
answered 7 months ago
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Is there a psi/gpm performance graph for this pump

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Honda does provide a graph for this pump. To view this graph, please copy and paste this link. http://tinyurl.com/no6cmh2
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Yes, here's a link that shows the performance plot: http://tinyurl.com/no6cmh2 -Robert@Honda
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