Mercedes Textiles WICK 100-4H Fire Pump, Honda GX50



Ultra Lightweight, High Performance Fire Pump

This high performance unit is powered by a reliable 2.5 hp, 4-stroke Honda engine with an integral fuel tank and is coupled to a bolt-on detachable, single-stage foam-compatible pump by means of a centrifugal clutch. The unique clutch feature allows the engine to idle without engaging the pump, simplifying the manipulation of the hose and at the same time conserving water.
  • Powered by a reliable 4-stroke, 50 cc Honda engine, the WICK 100-4H™ has the best performance of all pumps in its class
  • Integral fuel tank
  • Coupled to a bolt-on detachable, single-stage foam-compatible pump
  • Unique clutch feature for easy starting and water conservation
  • Single stage, detachable pump end for easy maintenance
  • Meets the emission standards of US EPA/CARB regulations
  • Electronic ignition
  • 20.2 lbs / 9.16 kg
Honda GX50
  • Engine Type: Air-cooled 4-stroke OHV
  • Bore x Stroke: 41.8 x 36 mm
  • Displacement: 49.4 cm3
  • Net Power Output*: 2.1 HP (1.6 kW) @ 7,000 rpm
  • Net Torque: 2.0 lb-ft (2.7 Nm) @ 4,500 rpm
  • PTO Shaft Rotation: Counterclockwise (from PTO shaft side)
  • Compression Ratio: 8.0:1
  • Carburetor: Float Type
  • Ignition System: Transistorized magneto
  • Starting System: Recoil
  • Lubrication System: Forced splash
  • Governor System: Centrifugal Mechanical
  • Air cleaner: Semi-dry
  • Oil Capacity: 0.26 US qt (0.25l)
  • Fuel: Unleaded 86 octane or higher
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 0.81 U.S. qt (.77 liter)
  • Dry Weight: 12.1 lb (5.5 kg)
*The SAE J1349 standard measures net horsepower with the manufacturer’s production muffler and air cleaner in place. Net horsepower more closely correlates with the power the operator will experience when using a Honda engine powered product. The power rating of the engines indicated in this document measures the net power output at 3600 rpm (7000 rpm for model GXH50, GXV50, GX25 and GX35) and net torque at 2500 rpm, as tested on a production engine. Mass production engines may vary from this value. Actual power output for the engine installed in the final machine will vary depending on numerous factors, including the operation speed of the engine in application, environmental conditions, maintenance and other variables.
    • Precision camshaft design
    • OHV design for increased efficiency and optimal power transfer
    • High compression ratio for better fuel efficiency
    • Precision engineered components result in lower vibration
    • Ball bearing supported crankshaft for greater stability
    • Large capacity, multi-chamber exhaust system
    • Reduced mechanical noise due to light weight, noise-reducing materials
    • Forged steel crankshaft and rigid crankcase
    • Sophisticated air intake system
    • Oil Alert
    • High quality materials, fit, and finish


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