Pump – 1½” Floating, Waterous
Small Engine Equipment
Storage and Shelf Life Checks:
Storage and Shelf Life Procedure:
Date Last Tested (DLT) not to exceed 12 months.
Initial Inspection/Disposal Criteria
- Visually inspect for evidence of use (dust, oil, starter seal broken), damage or missing parts.
- Return to stock if there is no sign of use or damage and date last tested (DLT) does not exceed 12 months.
- Refurbish as necessary if unit has been used or fueled, damaged, or shelf life is exceeded.
- Dispose of the unit if it is not economically repairable.
- Remove dirt and oil, using detergent or degreaser as necessary.
- Use pressure washer to remove heavy deposits of oil and grease.
- Equipment should be repaired and tested as quickly as possible after pressure washing to minimize rust formation on metal parts.
- Check for loose and/or missing parts or mounting hardware; tighten or replace as needed.
- Ensure recoil starter functions properly. Check for damage or fraying of pull cord; repair or replace as necessary.
- Inspect power-head (engine) for freeness of all moving parts, ensuring that the crankshaft, piston/cylinder and all engine bearings are not damaged.
- Check condition of spark plug, air filter, and fuel filter; clean or replace as needed.
- Inspect exhaust system; make sure there are no cracks or leaks. Check for loose or missing mounting hardware, tighten or replace as needed.
- Check throttle float. Make sure all pieces are present and the float moves up and down freely.
- Make sure there are no holes in the boat.
Check water intake for debris (weeds, sticks, etc.).
- Make sure that the intake screen is in place and securely fastened.
- Ensure all decals (operations & warning) are affixed and legible.
C. Test for Performance
- Pumps are tested using a 1½” discharge and a 1/4” nozzle.
- Set idle speed to 2400 RPM manually hold throttle float down.
- To adjust high speed: Using full throttle, lean out high speed adjustment screw to achieve maximum RPM, then richen until pump output pressure drops 5 PSI. Minimum output pressure: 100 PSI.
- Should any function fail a test, refer to the manufacturer’s repair manual and troubleshooting guide to correct the problem.
- Allow engine to cool down for one minute at idle.
- Remove all gasoline from fuel tank and run engine until carburetor is completely empty of fuel.
- Remove all water from pump end.
- Use nylon “zip-tie” to tie off (seal) starter rope to the carry handle.
- Attach certification tag; that indicates date last tested (DLT), property #, and name of individual certifying performance.
- Ensure that all identification (property #, serial #, owner ID) is affixed and legible.
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