Our model GP-6 is a twin diaphragm hand-operated grout pump. This pump features two separate diaphragms mounted side-by-side and are connected together by common inlet and outlet cast aluminum manifolds. A single pump handle operates both pumps. The advantage of two diaphragms is a much smoother output flow as well as effectively doubling the output volume. Output capacity is up to twelve gallons per minute and is a popular choice for filling hollow concrete block.
The supplied standard grout placement hose is 1 ½" ID by 5’ long clear vinyl tubing with a polished interior and rigid straight steel tube in the end. Optional 1 ½" hoses available in 10’, 15’ and 20’ lengths. Popular options include our ¾" and 1" hose reducer kits which attach directly to the outlet of the pump and are used in place of the standard 1 ½" hose. Click here for more information on our line of GP-6 grout pump Upgrades, Accessories and Repair Kits.
Kenrich GP-6 Grout Pump Features and Benefits.
Kenrich Pump Specs/ Model GP-6:
|Pump Type||Twin Diaphragm, Self-Priming|
|Power Source||Hand Operated|
|*Output Capacity||11 gallons/minute|
|Output Pressure||0 to 15 psi|
|Hopper Capacity||.62 cubic foot (4.6 gallons)|
|Placement Hose Size||1-1/2" ID by 5’ long, Clear Vinyl Hose|
|Discharge Head||10 Foot Vertical Lift|
|Dimensions||16-1/2" x 25" x 24" high|
|Net Weight||32 pounds|
*Output and performance will vary depending on cycle rate, viscosity of the grout mixture and pressure conditions.
|Hose Reducer Kits||3/4" and 1" ID Available|
|Hose Lengths||5’, 10’, 15’, 20’ and 50’ long|
|1-1/2" Hose Ends||Straight, 90 degree and 180 degree Elbows|
|Port Seal||Rubber, will fit 1-1/2" Hose Ends|
The Kenrich line of heavy-duty grout pumps are designed to pump non-shrink sand based cementitious grouts. However if you need to pump Grout with AGGREGATE, we recommend a factor premix Grout in the bags with no bigger than 3/8” pea gravel. Crushed rock/stone 3/8" in size and larger, not recommended do to jagged edges, even though some contractors make it work. Call the office for more info at 1-503-281-6190.