Figures 2-2. The 100-GPM pumping assembly.
The 350-GPM pumping assembly (Figures 2-3) is used mainly with the fuel system supply point (FSSP).
Hard surface -
Gravel road -
Rough cross country - 8 MPH.
Gasoline Models (350-GPM).
Barnes Model, Idle speed 700-800 RPMs, Normal operational speed 3,200-3,600 RPM's.
Gormann Rupp Model, Idle speed 1,000 RPM's, Normal operational speed 2,100-2,400.
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 two 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.
Figures 2-3. The 350-GPM pumping assembly.