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LOADING PUMP

Quick Clean Loading Pump
Quick Clean Loading Pump
Drywall Master Filler Adapter
Drywall Master Gooseneck



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Drywall Master Loading Pump Videos:


Attaching the Gooseneck and filling the Automatic Taper- Watch


Filling Drywall Master Flat Box with Loading Pump - Watch


Mixing mud with an Advance Boomerang Mixer - Watch


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Product Numbers:
02DMPP - Loading Pump
03DMPA - Pump Filler Adapter
04DMPG - Gooseneck

Q: How much does it cost to rent a Loading Pump?

A: Renting a Loading Pump doesn't add up. Over a one year period you will spend over $385 ($1.06/day* X 365 = $386.90). That doesn't even cover the Gooseneck rental fees.

Renting a Gooseneck will cost you an additional $310 per year ($0.85/day* X 365= $310.25 a year).

The retail cost of a Drywall Master Loading Pump and Gooseneck is approximately $450Ɨ.

Purchasing a Drywall Master Loading Pump and Gooseneck will save you more than $2,500 over a 5 year period!

* Rental Data current as of February 2015.
Ɨ Data current as of June 2015.

Features:

  • Compatible design + Interchangeable Parts

  • Fiberglass Handle

  • Quality Made in the USA (parts and assembly)

Parts Diagrams:

Pump Diagram

Pump Accessories:

  • Pump Filler Adapter - #03DMPA
  • Gooseneck - #04DMPA

Purpose:

The Loading Pump, with appropriate accessories (Gooseneck and/or Filler Adapter), is used to fill the following tools: Automatic Taper, Corner Applicator/Corner Box, Nail Spotter, and Flat Box. Attach the Gooseneck to fill the Automatic Taper. Attach the Filler Adapter to fill the Nail Spotter, Corner Applicator, and Flat Box. Simply hang the tube of Loading Pump into a bucket of mud, leaving the leg of the Pump on the floor. Attach the appropriate accessory to the pump. Prime the Pump by pumping the handle a couple of times. Now you should be ready to fill your tool.

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