Hyundai 3″ Petrol Trash Water Pump HYT80


£319.99 inc. VAT

212cc Hyundai engine: Providing reliable and economical running power.


Trash water pump: For pumping dirty and unrefined water.


3″ inlet and outlet: Enabling this pump to process solid particles up to 35mm in diameter.


3.6L fuel tank: Providing a long running time for uninterrupted pumping.


Open frame: Protects the water pump from any knocks and bumps.

The HYT80 trash water pump is powered by a 212cc Hyundai IC200 petrol engine which produces 6.5hp, enabling this pump to be used for domestic, commercial and professional pumping applications. It’s built primarily for pumping dirty and unrefined water, capable of pumping particles up to 35mm in diameter which is a huge increase over standard water pumps.

Ideally used for flood defence, construction and industrial work or agricultural pumping requirements, it provides a maximum flow rate of 917 litres per minute, allowing you to rapidly move large pools of dirty and unrefined water. This impressive pumping power is made possible due to the large 3″ (80mm) inlet and outlet. It provides a suction lift of 7m, and a total lift of 25m.

The sturdy open frame protects the pump from knocks and bumps and also functions as convenient carry handles.

All Hyundai water pumps are supplied with a Hyundai 3 year platinum warranty.

Gross Weight (kg): 37.00
Engine Type: Hyundai IC 210
Engine Size (cc): 212.00
Fuel Tank (L): 3.60
Fuel Type: Petrol
Oil Capacity (L): 0.60
Noise Level (dB): 104.00
Maximum Power @ 3600rpm (hp/kw): 7/5.2
Drive Type: Direct drive
Starting Method: Recoil
Inlet (inches / mm): 3/80
Outlet (inches / mm): 3/80
Maximum Flow Rate (L/min): 917.00
Impeller Type: Cast Iron
Pump Type: Aluminium housing
Total Lift (m): 25.00
Suction Lift (m): 7.00
Maximum Solids (mm)*: 9.00
Gross Weight (kg): 54.00
Boxed Dimensions L x W x H (mm): 570 x 470 x 440
Fully Assembled Dimensions L x W x H (mm): 580 x 480 x 450
Dry Weight (kg): 51.00
*Risk of damage to the applicance.
The particle size mentioned does not refer to sand or stones but rather to soft flexible particles such as fluff and similar which the rotor cannot wedge inside the pump.