horsepower at 3,500 RPM. The 100 GPM pumping assembly is used to transfer fuel from storage tanks,
tank cars, and tank vehicles to smaller capacity containers.
Figure 2-4. 100-GPM pumping assembly.
The 350 GPM pumping assembly (Figure 2-5) is used mainly with the fuel system supply point (FSSP).
Rough cross country 8 MPH
Gasoline Models (350 GPM)
Barnes Model, Idle speed 700-800 RPMs. The normal operational speed 3200-3600 RPMs.
Gormann Rupp Model, Idle speed 1000 RPMs. The normal operational speed 220-2350 .
Diesel Models. The 350 GPM pumping assembly is designed specifically to transfer gasoline, jet fuels, light
liquid petroleum fuels and water. It consists of an air cooled, three cylinder diesel engine and a self priming
centrifugal pump mounted on a two wheel frame assembly .
Model 1322021070 (97403). This model is used to transfer fuel only and does not have a regulator. It is
manually controlled and has a recommend warm up and cool down time of 2 minutes.
Model 13226E2289 (97403). This model is used to transfer fuel only and has a regulator that provides
manual and automatic modes of operation.
Model 13225E9200 (97403). This model is used to transfer water only and does not have a regulator.
Figure 2-5. 350-GPM pumping assembly.