Wichita, KS -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/01/2014 -- Great Plains Industries, Inc., has announced the release of the overview video for the M-150 family of fuel transfer pumps. The video can be found on GPI’s YouTube channel here.
“The M-150 pump is an American favorite,” says Derek Griswold, GPI Marketing Manager. “At GPI we are intent upon producing high-quality, highly reliable products along with quality training materials to support them.”
The M-150 is GPI’s #1 selling fuel transfer pump. What makes the M-150 so popular is its 15 gallon per minute performance, ease of installation and durability. Versatility also enables the M-150 to be used in almost any application including agriculture, construction, marine and fleet.
“Many customers tell us the M-150 is the best electric fuel transfer pump on the market,” says Griswold. ”In so many different applications, our customers are loyal to this product because of its versatility and reliability.”
As discussed in the overview video, the M-150 is a DC pump available in 12 or 24-volt. Its 30 minute on-off duty cycle assures extended motor life. Its light-weight aluminum housing significantly reduces stress on the tank and its explosion proof motor is both UL listed and CSA certified.
All products carrying a UL Listing mark are covered by UL’s Follow-Up Services program to verify that products and components carrying the UL Listing Mark continue to be manufactured in compliance with UL’s safety requirements. CSA Group certification verifies that products comply with the latest energy efficiency requirements.
About Great Plains Industries
Founded in 1968 and privately-held, Great Plains Industries, Inc. manufactures quality fuel transfer pumps, fuel meters, flowmeters and industrial instrumentation for global fluid transfer and liquid flowmeter markets. In 2013 Great Plains Industries acquired Trimec Industries of Sydney, Australia. Great Plains Industries is headquartered in Wichita, Kan., with locations in Sydney, Mexico City and Munich.
Fore more information on Great Plains Industries, visit http://www.gpi.net.