Reed’s DPHTP500 Drill-Powered Hydrostatic Test Pump

Reed’s DPHTP500 Drill-Powered Hydrostatic Test Pump is simple to maintain and durable, making it a great investment.  The pump can test pressure up to 500 psi while weighing just 8.5 pounds to ensure there are no leaks in the pipes and the joints are properly connected.  Reed - DHTP500 Drill-Powered Hydrostatic Test Pump 08177This compact, versatile Hydrostatic Test Pump is small, lightweight, and portable.  It’s no trouble to keep it in your truck so you are always prepared.  It is designed for one-man operation and is powered by a cordless or electric drill. The test pump is quiet and easy to maintain.  It’s a tool that should be in anyone’s toolbox and prepares you for any water line inspection. Beyond testing general water lines, Reed’s DPHTP500 Drill-Powered Hydrostatic Test Pump can be used to test a fire protection systems. Simply hook up the Reed’s DPHTP500 Drill-Powered Hydrostatic Test Pump to force water into the system at a specified pressure to ensure the pipe system is properly installed.  Offer this as a service to any customer, and they will appreciate the value of having peace of mind and confidence in their system.

Purchase a Reed DPHTP500 Drill-Powered Hydrostatic Test Pump today so you are always prepared to identify leaks and can ensure pipes are functioning as efficient as possible. They ship fast from Jim and Slim’s Tool Supply along with any other tool you need.

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