"Self priming pump has 2in. NPT suction and discharge ports. Aluminum closed impeller cast aluminum housing. Cast iron volute for long life. Built-in check valve strainer eliminates clogging. EPDM gaskets and seals. Seals EPDM, Self-Priming Yes, HP 5 1/2, Engine Displacement cc 208, Check Valve Built-in, Max. PSI 108, Volute Cast iron, Engine Briggs & Stratton, Suction Port in. 2, Engine Type Intek, Fits Hose Dia. in. 2, Start Type Recoil, Pump Housing Cast aluminum, Flow GPH 7,800, Impellers Aluminum closed, Max. Suction Lift ft. 26, Discharge Port in. 2, Max. Total Head ft. 250."
You can reduce this down to a 3/4" hose as long as you keep the water running through the pump. You do not want to let it run down as the pump will get too hot.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
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Yes you can reduce to a 3/4 line. You will have great pressure but low volume. My suggestion, go with a 1'' with a 10/20 dual gallon nozzle. Great pressure and volume to knock down a good size grass fire.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
What size solids can this pump handle and what screen size do you recommend?