Austin Healey BN1, BN2, BN4 to 60412
MG MGA 1500, 1600, 1622 and De Luxe (1955-62) • MGB Roadster to GHN3-44438 (to August 1964) • MG-TF from chassis no. 1510
• voltage: 12
• max. flow rate: 80 ltr/h
• working pressure: 0.13 - 0.18 bar
• max. pumping height: 0.8 metres
• connections: 1/4" male thread
Unlike mechanical fuel pump all electrical Hardi fuel pumps feature a separate drive (an electric motor or a solenoid), which ensures a function of the pump independently from the engine. All Hardi petrol pumps have a control concept, in which the output of the pump relates directly to the consumption of the engine. This means that with high consumption it pumps quickly, with low consumption pumps slowly or even stops, to save power. This is made possible by a flexible stroke frequency.
All Hardi pumps are self-priming and suppressed . They are suitable for almost any type of liquid fuels: Super, gasoline, diesel, and even for methanol- and ethanol-containing fuels. The working range is from -40 °C to +80 °C. The pumps are maintenance-free, protected against corrosion and suitable for any type of engine.