Mega Hand Water Pump

During times of emergencies, when the well pump fails because of a power outage, people still need access to water. Some people may need just a few gallons of fresh water to get by. An inexpensive well bucket is a good alternative for retrieving water (from any depth) during a short-term power outage . Using a WaterBoy Well Bucket

If a little more water is needed and the static water level is less than 25′, another alternative is a heavy duty pitcher pump. These type of pumps can be used with an existing electric submersible or can be used with a sand point well.

If a lot more water is required, like what an electric pump produces for large families, communities, farms and ranches, then a mega hand water pump is needed. This type of hand pump was thought to be impossible, but that‘s no longer true with the WaterBuck Pump. It’s truly amazing what one can achieve, if there is a need to fulfill.

This particular pump yields an incredible 2 gallons of water per stroke. Also, if needed for an emergency (like a fire), 54 – 56 gallons per minute can be pumped.




No hand water pump in the world can come near the capacity and depth the WaterBuck Pump can achieve.