Mercedes Textiles 71WICK80-4H Wick 80-4H 4-Cycle Wildland Fire Pump

    By Mercedes Textiles | Mfr#: 71WICK80-4H | Tiger#: TS86450

    Highlights

    • Reliable 4-stroke Honda engine
    • Detachable pump end for easy maintenance
    • Unique clutch mechanism conserves water
    • Integral fuel tank w/ 75 minutes run time
    • Meets the emission standards of US EPA/CARB regulations
    More Product Details What's Included
    $1473.38
    Ships Out Within: 5 - 7 Business Days

    Overview for Mercedes Textiles 71WICK80-4H Wick 80-4H 4-Cycle Wildland Fire Pump

    The Wick 80-4H 4-Cycle Wildland Fire Pump is one of Mercedes Textiles’ lightest fire pumps. This 17-pound, compact fire pump features a 4-stroke Honda engine and a single-stage detachable pump end — a combo that delivers up to 70 PSI and a max flow rate of 55 GPM. 

    Efficient and versatile. The lightweight 1.5 hp Honda engine has a highly efficient power-to-weight ratio at very low noise levels thanks to its integral fuel tank. The 4-stroke engine also consumes less fuel. The engine is “all position,” which means it will work at any slope or angle. The detachable pump end is bolted to the engine with a removable stainless-steel clamp, making it easy to remove and replace in the field. Efficient, versatile, and easy to use, the Wick 80-4H is a popular choice of equipment in rapid attack and mop-up operations. 

    Water-conserving mechanism. A clever feature of Wick fire pumps is the clutch mechanism that prevents water flow when the pump is idle and starts flowing water when the RPMs are increased. This facilitates hose line connections and, more importantly, conserves water for warm-up periods or when water might be in short supply, such as when feeding on portable reservoirs. This is a great feature when fighting a remote wildland fire with a limited water supply. 

    Reliable, versatile, stable, and easy to use, the Wick 80-4H 4-Cycle Wildland Fire Pump is a class-leading unit ideal for municipal and forestry fire departments, industrial applications, residential area use and protection, and other emergency services.