Austin Healey BJ8 from 28225 (1964-68)
MG MGB Roadster from GHN3-44439 (August 1964) plus all MGB GT (1965-80) • MGB-V8 (1973-76) • MGC (1967-69)
Triumph Stag (1970-77)
other manufacturers Jensen Healey (1972-76) • Wolseley Six (1972-75)
Jaguar E-Type Series 1 and 2 (1961-70) • Mark II (1959-69) • XJ6 Series I (1968-73) plus Series II to October 1975 • S-Type 3.4 and 3.8 (1963-68) • 420 and Daimler Sovereign (1966-69) • Mk10 and 420G (1961-70) • Daimler 250 V8 Saloon (1962-69) • Daimler Dart SP250 (1959-64)
• voltage: 12
• max. flow rate: 130 ltr/h
• working pressure: 0.28 - 0.35 bar
• max. pumping height: 1.2 metres
• connections: 3/8" BSPP female 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.