Buy Siphon Pumps for Generators Battery Operated from Acellcom
Generators are now a part of our lives in Nigeria, no thanks to epileptic power supply. This has made refuelling generators a common part of the daily lives of ordinary Nigerians. To make refuelling your generators easy, you should consider buying a siphon pump. Acell Communications are currently marketing battery operated siphon pumps. The new siphon pumps require two 1.5v batteries to operate. Just put the hose in your generator fuel tank and the other end in your jerry can and push a button, the siphon pump will do the rest. Acellcom is also looking for distributors through out Nigeria for these siphon pumps.
What is a siphon or a Siphon pump?
A Siphon pump
A siphon (also spelt Syphon) allows a liquid to be transferred from one container to another through a tube. Ideally a siphon relies in the difference in potential between the two containers one being higher than the other. A siphon needs to be triggered before the of liquid flow starts. This is normally done by sucking with the mouth. However, when you want to siphon fuel or poisonous liquids, priming with the mouth would not be appropriate and is simply dangerous.
In such situations siphon pumps are more appropriate. Siphon pumps come with a small motor that does the sucking for you. All you need is a battery to power the siphon pump. Just push the switch and the siphon pump will do the rest. Siphon pumps can be used to transfer different liquids like petrol (gasoline/gas), kerosene or diesel. Siphon pumps can easily be used to transfer fuel from a Jerry can to the fuel tank of your generator, vehicle, water pump, mower, etc. It is recommended that you dedicate each siphon pump for a given liquid. Do not use the same siphon pumps for petrol and kerosene. Use your siphon pump only on liquids specifically mentioned by the manufacturer.
Why Siphon pumps?
Siphon pumps remove the hassle in refuelling your generators. Siphon pumps save you from back pain associated with lifting the Jerry can when refuelling your generators. Using siphon pumps for refuelling your generators prevent fuel spillage, saving your fuel cost and reducing the safety risks associated with fuel spillage. Sucking petrol and other fuels can be dangerous you may accidentally swallow some. This can be dangerous for your lungs, so buy a siphon pump today and save yourself from lung damage or even death.
New Siphon pumps from Acellcom
Acell communications is a Nigerian based company currently marketing 3V battery powered siphon pumps in Nigeria. These siphon pumps are powered with two 1.5v batteries. Conveniently fill up your generator fuel tank, your water pump fuel tank, your lawn mower, or even your car fuel tank with fuel from a jerry can using this new Siphon pumps from Acellcom. No sucking, no spillage, no lung damage, no back pain, just put the hose inside your generator and the other end in the jerry can and press. The new siphon pumps from Acellcoms are easy to use and operate and work with petrol, diesel, or kerosene. Do not use the same siphon pumps for petrol and kerosene.
Siphon pumps Prices
Prices of siphon pumps starts at about 9 USD, with the quality ones costing up to 20 USD. In Nigeria Acellcom is introducing their new siphon pumps at a retail price of N2,500. N2,500 only to save you from back pain, lung damage, and take the hassle off refuelling your generator, if ask me it is worth that price. Discounts are available for large quantity purchases. Go for a shop near you and ask for a siphon pump, it is a good investment.
Distributors wanted nationwide
Acellcom is looking for distributors for this new siphon pumps. If you are an entrepreneur and you see the potential of siphon pumps to be hot cake in a country where millions own generators, then you can contact Acellcom.
The cost breakdown for the siphon pumps is listed below:
12 to 23 siphon pumps: N1,900.00 each
24 to 99pcs siphon pumps: N1,800.00 each
100pcs & above siphon pumps: N1,700.00 each
For further enquiries please contact:
Acell Communications Ltd
20, Olowu Street, Ikeja, Lagos
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