The new MP series of trash and centrifugal
pumps from Pramac are powered by Honda GX
series gasoline engines rated 5. 4 to 7. 9 hp.
Pumping Up Its Product Line
Further expanding its U.S. line of
products, Pramac Industries
Inc. has introduced a series of
gasoline pump sets ranging from 2 to 3
in. trash pumps and centrifugal pumps.
The new MP 34, MP 66, MP 36 and
MP 56 pumps are the latest addition to
the company’s portfolio, which is now
more focused on the U.S. market.
Prior to this launch, the Siena, Italy-based manufacturer introduced new
portable gen-sets, which it supplies
through an international sales office in
Medley, Fla., and a U.S. sales office
in Marietta, Ga. The company’s product range also includes welder generators, PTO generators and high-pressure washers.
The MP 34 and MP 66 pumps are
both configured as trash pumps featuring 2 and 3 in. openings, while the
MP 36 and MP 56 are centrifugal
models also available in 2 and 3 in.
For the pump series, Pramac has
selected Honda’s GX series gasoline
engines rated 5. 4 to 7. 9 hp. Both the
MP 34 trash pump and MP 56 centrifugal pump are equipped with a 163
cc single-cylinder Honda GX160
engine rated 5. 5 hp. The MP 66 features a larger 7. 9 hp single cylinder
GX240 engine with 242 cc displacement. Honda’s 118 cc single-cylinder
GX120 gasoline engine rated 3. 9 hp
is outfitted on the MP 36 centrifugal
unit. The engines are naturally aspirated and have a recoil starter.
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