Drill Attachments

1313 - DrillPump300

Multi-Purpose Drill Water Pump – Pump water from virtually anywhere, a flooded basement, to a simple fish tank.


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The DrillPump300 is designed to work with most electrical drills with a maximum speed of 2,800 RPM, with an output of at least 600 W. This water transfer pump is ideal for draining small ponds, fish tanks, small pools, or even a flooded basement. The hose connection is 1/2” and uses any 1/2” hose. The unit pumps up to 300 gallons per hour and is self-priming up to 9 feet. The 3/8” shank on this unit fits all common chucks for most drills.

DrillPump300 Features:

  • Pumps up to 300 gallons (1,300 liters) per hour
  • Self-priming up to 9 feet
  • 3/8” shank on this unit fits all common chucks
  • 1/2″ hose connection

Tips & Tricks:

  • The power drill may only be operated in clockwise rotation, never run DrillPump in reverse
  • DrillPump will not turn by hand, this must be chucked to the drill.
  • DrillPump must be mounted for proper usage, do not hold in hand.
  • After every use apply a small amount of silicone grease. To apply, unscrew the side and put a bit of grease on the housing where the rubber fan blades touch, then reassemble.
  • Do not get the drill wet, or use the drill pump with flammable liquids.
  • The direction of flow is indicated by an arrow on the housing.
  • The delivery rate can be regulated by the speed of the power drill.

 WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/product

  • Delivery Rate Max.

    300 Gallons / 1,300 liters per hour

  • Hose Connection Size

    1/2" (13 mm)

  • Hose Diameter 1/2ˮ (13 mm)

    Delivery Height 15 m

  • Suction Height

    9 ft. (3 m)

  • Dry Running Max.

    30 seconds

  • Drill Output Min.

    600 W

  • Rotation Speed Max.

    2,800 RPM

  • Shank Diameter

    3/8" (9.5mm)

  • Housing Material

    Glass Filled Nylon (PA6)

  • Weight

    0.4 lbs

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Can I use the DrillPump to pump drinking water?

No, this product contains grease and therefore is not food safe.

How do I grease the DrillPump300?

It is recommended to use silicone grease after every use. To apply, unscrew the side and put a bit of grease on the housing where the rubber fan blades touch, then reassemble.

Any spray lubricants, such as WD-40, are not recommended, as they do not provide sufficient lubrication for this product and can cause damage to the internals of the pump.

What direction do you run the drill to operate the DrillPump?

The drill should be set to run forward, turning the pump in a clockwise direction.

The arrows on the drill are for the flow direction.

Never run the DrillPump in reverse. 

Why can't I turn the shaft on my Drill Pump by hand?

The DrillPump will need to be chucked to a drill before the shaft will turn.Drill pump internal

To ensure the pump is working properly, this can be tested by mounting the pump to a board or putting it into a vice.

Do not hold the pump in your hand while testing.

Are there substances that cannot be pumped with DrillPump?

Do not convey poisonous, corrosive, or flammable substances such as petrol, kerosene, nitro compounds, or even explosive materials and drinking water.

Does the DrillPump need to be mounted?

Yes, the DrillPump must be mounted for operation.

What is the max. temperature of liquid that can be pumped with DrillPump?

Do not convey hot liquids above 104°F (40°C)

Will DrillPump operate with siphon flow?

No, the DrillPump will not operate with siphon flow, the drill needs to be on.