Wildfire Home Protection Portable Water Pump Complete Firefighting System Using Pool Water. MP-200 By Code3 Water

Sale price$399.00

Wildfire Home Protection Portable Water Pump Complete Firefighting System Using Pool Water. MP-200 By Code3 Water

 

Color: Yellow

Features:

  • Call (800) 688-4080 if you have any questions. 150 GPM pump driven by a GX200 Honda engine.
  • Complete Mobile Code 3 Water Kit including a GX200 6.5HP Honda engine driven C3 Water pump that makes over 100 psi.
  • 50 feet of yellow 1.5 inch double jacket 400 psi fire hose with NH threads.) 1.5 inch NH threads aluminum Dixon adjustable fire nozzle. 2 inch suction hose with quick connect fittings.
  • C3 Portable Rapid Attack Cart with all steel construction, industrial powder coated frame for years of trouble use along with large air filled tires. Rubber mounted for vibration free use.
  • Uses water from your pool, lake, river, pond or water tank supply to run a 1 1/2" fire hose hand line at the same time. Made in America. 3 year warranty.

Details: The MP-200 by Code 3 Water is a high quality complete wildfire home protection system that uses a 150 GPM pump driven by a GX200 Honda engine that uses your pool, lake or tank water supply to help protect your home and property in case of a fire emergency. The complete kit including Honda engine driven Code3 pump, Code3 Rapid Attack Cart with solid rubber flat free tires that allows you to quickly and easily roll the pump to where ever you need it. It will run an 1 1/2" fire hose hand line (included) that will shoot 70 feet of water. Comes with a pressure gauge, Code3 patented rapid release fire hose reel, 50 feet of yellow 1.5 inch forestry fire hose in NH threads and a 1.5 inch aluminum fire nozzle and a 2 inch suction hose with quick connect fittings. We only use Honda GX industrial engines. The very best there is. Honda's normally start on the first pull. Sure you can save money by using a cheap Chinese engine. but do you want to risk that it will start and run when there is a wildfire? This is not where you want to be thrifty.