In-tank fuel pump with brush-type direct current motor. The purpose of a car fuel pump is to convey the required quantity of fuel from the tank to the engine at the necessary pressure.
Picture: Gasoline Pump (on the left) and Diesel Pump (on the right).
Most cost-effective solution for systems without electronic control
Stand-alone (electronics not required)
Gerotor and side-channel turbine pump principles
Pressure: up to 700 kPa
Flow, typ.: 230 l/h at 500 kPa
Efficiency, typ.: 30%
Size: 28 mm, 38 mm, 43 mm
Media: gasoline (up to E100), diesel (incl. RME)
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