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Battery Operated Coolant Pump Kit (BP20S-CDU) for 5 Gallon Transfer Containers
Battery Operated Electric Pump for DEF and Coolant improve efficiency with complete portability, reduce spills, and increase safety. Eliminate hand pumps and stop manually pouring diesel exhaust fluid and coolant into smaller containers.
A Single Powerhead Powers Multiple Pumps. Zero Contamination.
The kit has everything needed to pump Coolant. Powerhead, Stem with 5ft of 1/2″ hose with On Demand Nozzle, 18V Li-Ion Battery, Battery Charger, 2 Pail Adapters. Designed for 5 Gallon Coolant containers. No need to use cumbersome and difficult to dispense hand pumps or funnels. Place the BOPHV into any 5 gallon Coolant container, flick the Powerhead on, and engage the on-demand flow nozzle. It’s that easy!
Macnaught BP20S-CDU Specifications
|BOP20 5 Gallon Coolant Kit
|5 Gallon Pails
|Up to 1.5+ GPM @ 68F – cooler temps will reduce output
|5 ft of 1/2" Hose. 10ft options are available
|45 min fast charge
|18V Li-Ion Smart Battery 2.0Ah up to 40 GAL/Charge
The BOP20HV 18V Rechargeable Battery Pump is designed to dispense without cross contamination from 5 gallon pails. Simply screw the BOP20HV Pump directly into the OilSafe 5L or 10L Container with Utility Lid – it’s a perfect fit! The BOP20HV also fits Des-Case 10L and 7L containers, Trico’s 4 gallon and 3 gallon size units, as well as Xpel Oil Storage Containers. This battery operated electric BOP20 Pump delivers 40 Gallons on a typical full charge at 1.5 GPM. No hand pumping and no lifting, simply turn the Powerhead on and engage the on demand nozzle.
Suitable for Diesel Exhaust Fluid, and premix and concentrate coolants
The kit has everything needed to pump DEF & Coolant. Powerhead, Stem with 5ft of 1/2″ hose with On Demand Nozzle, 18V Li-Ion Battery, Battery Charger, 2 Pail Adapters. Designed for 5 Gallon DEF/Coolant containers.
- Weight: 10.5 lbs
- Dimension: 14" x 25" x 5"
BOP20HV Battery Operated Electric Pumps and Accessories
No Air, No Hand Pumps, No Spillage, No Kidding! Increase productivity, reduce fatigue & spillage while adding safety to your maintenance program.
The DEF pump is simple to operate with just a click of a button – the on demand flow nozzle allows full control of oil delivery. The BOP20HV Powerhead can be transferred to separately purchased BOPHV Pump Stems reducing overall equipment costs and there is no cross contamination.
Improve efficiency with complete portability, reduce spills, increase safety, eliminate hand pumps and stop manually pouring oils into smaller containers.
Macnaught BP20S-CDU Features and Benefits
- On Demand control nozzle
- Portable Powerhead (Powers multiple stems)
- Sealed wetted parts
- Separate Powerhead – Coolant with one Powerhead 18V rechargeable 2.0Ah battery delivers up to 40GAL
- Flow rates up to 1.5+GPM
- No more pumping by hand to reduce fatigue
- No air required, eliminates costly air pumps
- No funnels needed, reducing spillage
BOP20HV Battery Operated Electric Pump Features and Benefits
- On Demand Control Nozzle
- Portable Powerhead (Powers multiple stems)
- Sealed Wetted Parts
- Multiple fluids with one Powerhead
- 18V rechargeable 2.0Ah battery delivers up to 40GAL
- Designed for 5 Gallon Pails
- Delivery Rate: Up to 1.5+ GPM @ 68F – cooler temps will reduce output
- Hose: 5 ft of 3/4" Hose. 10ft and 20ft options are available
- Charger: 45 min fast charge
- Battery: 18V Li-Ion Smart Battery 2.0Ah up to 40 GAL/Charge
- Automotive, Truck & Bus
- Heavy Equipment Maintenance
- Aviation Plant Equipment
- Farming Equipment and Agriculture Use
- Crane Maintenance
- Wind Farm Gear Box
- Mobile Service
- Truck and Bus
- General Industrial Oiling Uses
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can I use a Non-Macnaught 18V Battery on the BOP?
A: No, BOP requires a Macnaught Battery
Q: Can I store the Powerhead outside?
A: No, the BOP Powerhead is not rated for rain conditions. Store the Powerhead in a dry location. Caution: Do not drop the Powerhead- damage can occur at any distance drop.
Q: Can I pump diesel with BOP?
A: No, only the rated fluids. Yellow Ring designates Hydraulic or Engine Oils, Green Ring designates Coolant, Red Ring designates ATF
Fuels of any type are very dangerous to pump and will damage the BOP seals. Only Oils, Coolant or ATF. No other fluids are warranted.
Q: Can BOP be used for Marine Outboard fills?
A: Yes, we have many Marine Mechanics using BOP for this application. You will need to modify the Nozzle Tip to accommodate the type of Outboard connection you will use
Q: Is BOP 3A or Sanitary compliant?
A: No, BOP can only be used with rated fluids.
Q: Does BOP work with 2.5 Gallon Jugs?
A: Yes, BOP20 does fit
Q: Will BOP fit into my Oil Safe or other containers?
Yes, BOP20 fits perfectly with 5-liter and 10 Liter Oils Safe Containers with their Utility Lid.
The BOP20 also fits Des Case 7-Liter and 10-Liter and Trico 3-gallon and 4-gallon containers with Pump Lids.
Q: Can I run the BOP dry?
A: No, do not allow the BOP to run dry. Impeller damage will occur.
Q: Is the BOP serviceable?
A: Yes, we have Impeller Kits in stock.
Q: Do you offer a meter with the BOP?
A: Yes – easy to install and operate
Q: Can I use an Oil Control Gun with the BOP?
A: No, non-drip nozzles will not operate correctly with the BOP.
Use only the BOP Inline Digital Meter IM012EB-01
Q: My 5 Gallon Pail is an odd size, will the BOP20 work?
A: Yes, the adapter fits most pail bungs and the BOP comes with an adjustable sleeve to evacuate fluids on taller pails.
Q: My BOP is running slower at cold temperatures – why?
A: Oils thicken with lower temperatures, and cooler weather will slow the BOP flow rate. We recommend keeping oil containers as warm as possible indoors or with heating blanket wrap systems. BOP works best at 60F plus.
Q: My BOP stopped Pumping. The battery is charged, Powerhead light is on – what do I do?
A: Inspect the Impeller for Damage or Plugging