Wacker Neuson PTS4V Trash Pump

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Wacker Neuson PTS4V Trash Pump

Heavy duty centrifugal trash pump designed to keep your jobsite dry
WACKER's self-priming, high performance centrifugal trash pumps have proven themselves on jobsites around the world.
Featuring electric start and a thread-on mixed flow impeller design, this trash pump has redefined the quality and durability standards of self-priming centrifugal trash pumps.


  • Self-priming high performance pump capable of handling solids up to
  • 2 inch, ideal for most job-sites that require fast dewatering on command.
  • Hardened ductile iron impeller and volute with a patented volute insert provides a rugged, easy to maintain pump that will stay on the job longer.Thread-on mixed flow impeller design produces higher volume and head for increased pump performance.
  • Heavy-duty frame with central lifting point and pneumatic tires combine pump and engine protection with easy transport.
  • Mechanical seal runs in oil bath to reduce maintenance and protect seal in dry-run conditions.

Suction & discharge diameter: 4 in
Length x width x height: 36 x 35 x 35 in
Operating weight: 360 lb
Max. head: 106 ft
Max.discharge: 705 US gpm
Max.discharge: 705 US gpm
Max. suction lift: 25 ft
Solid size capacity: 2 in
Engine Type: air-cooled, 4-cycle, twin cylinder, gasoline engine Briggs & Stratton Vanguard with electric start
Displacement: 29.3 in3
Max. power output: 16 hp
Operating speed: 3,600 rpm
Fuel tank capacity: 4.5 US gal
Max. fuel consumption: 1.3 US qt/h

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