1908 Sears Catalog ad: Triumph Hand Anti-Freezing Lift Pump

. Friday, June 7, 2013

Triumph hand anti-freezing lift pump, reduced from $3.74. We know that in this pump we have the best 6-inch stroke lift pump on the market. It has a heavy revolving cap which allows the handle to be swung to any side of the pump desired by the one pumping. This cap covers the top of the pump entirely except where the piston rod goes through thereby preventing sticks, dirt, or, in fact, anything from falling into the well or into the working parts of the pump. The piston rod is connected to the handle with an oscillating coupling, which makes the pump work easy and prevents cramping and binding of rod. We recommend this pump and guarantee it to give excellent satisfaction in wells over 30 feet deep the cylinder must be extended to within 10 feet of the water. We also advise using a brass body cylinder in place of the iron cylinder when used in wells over 30 feet deep as they last longer and work easier for which we charge $1.50 in addition to the prices quoted below. We charge 5 cents per foot for the rod and couplings which are needed to extended the cylinder and all you need in addition to this is enough 1 1/4 inch pipe to reach to the bottom of well. The pump is furnished complete with 4 feet of pipe and rod and a 10-inch cylinder either 3 or 3 1/2 inches in diameter, at prices stated below. This pump is nicely painted in green and tinted in bronze. Our No. 42K264 is the one most used, but in shallow wells where a large amount of water is desired our No. 42K256 is better. For prices on pipe see Nos 42K5710 and 42K5711 on page 619 of this catalogue. The No. 42K264 pump will lift 9 gallons of water per minute, and the No. 42K266 will lift 12 gallons of water per minute. Average weight of these pumps is 70 pounds. No. 42K264 No. 4, 3-inch cylinder price reduced to $3.74. No. 42K266 No. 6, 3 1/2 inch cylinder. Price reduced to $3.98. We give herewith an example showing how to order pipe, rod, etc. for a well 50 feet deep so if your well is deeper all you have to do is to order more pipe and rod in proportion and if it is not so deep order less.

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