Motor pump TANKER-150 is intended for diesel fuel pumping. The motor pump is ideal for operation in the field and during blackout at the facility. The motor pump has low weight and dual wheel gear.

The parts of the pump body and frame are manufactured from a good quality Ural steel with an optimal thickness at high-precision laser cutting machines which makes the pump durable and long-lasting.

The motor pump uses the self-priming pump TANKER-150 which is intended for diesel fuel pumping. The pump TANKER-150 has already proved to be an excellent tool and is widely applied in Russia, the pump’s body is cast in Kasli, the birthplace of cast iron.

In its basic version the motor pump is equipped with a petrol internal combustion engine that is why the motor pump has good hydraulic indicators. The engine is easy-to-operate and has given a good account in operating companies. The belt drive of motor pump shafts has an extended useful life. By a separate order the motor pump can be supplied with a diesel engine, meter, fuel filter, delivery-suction hoses.

Technical characteristics



Pump rate,m³ /h


Head, m

to 30

Capacity, kW


Rated rotation frequency, rpm


Pumped fluid

Only diesel fluid

Self-priming lift, m

to 5



Engine fuel


Fuel tank volume, l


Fuel consumption rate

450 g/kW/h

NB of the suction and delivery lines, mm


Approximate weight, kg.


Scope of delivery

  1. Motor pump Tanker 150
  2. Welded frame structure.
  3. Fittings for delivery-suction hoses NB 40 (by separate order they are supplied with quick release coupling NB 40)
  4. Operation manual/data sheet.

Before shipping all motor pumps should pass mandatory quality control and control tests that is why the motor pump is supplied with a small amount of fuel in the tank and oil in the crank case. In case of air delivery — it is necessary to specify at the order that oil and fuel should be discharged from the tank after tests.

Light oil motor pumps are used

  • as a backup pump for fuel pumping at fuel filling stations, in the garages, fields, at the plants according to the safety rules;
  • transfer of oil products from containers and reservoirs to tank trucks or standby reservoirs;
  • light oil unloading from tank trucks or tank cars in the field;

as a backup pump for fuel trucks that may be installed higher than the frame level (the autonomous diesel pump for tankers, petrol tankers) when the main pump is broken down (in cross-country conditions the pto shaft group is often damaged).