Generally used to transfer small quantities of liquids, these pumps use a lever, crank, or T-handle to manually move oil from one container to another.
Lever Pumps for Drums
The most popular style of manual oil pumps, these lever pumps attach through the bung openings of oil drums.
With Hose & Nozzle
Clear-View Lever Pumps for Drums
View contents as you pump them through the clear tube on these oil pumps, allowing you to easily detect any contamination.
Lever Pumps for Buckets
Screw these lever pumps onto open-top buckets or small drums.
Lever Pumps with Buckets
Lever pump kits include a bucket that can be filled from bulk sources and then used to fill reservoirs, housings, and other lubrication points.
Rotary Pumps for Drums
Transfer oil from drums with a pump that leverages a rotating crank motion to dispense fluids. Thread these pumps into drum bung openings.
Fast-Fill T-Handle Pumps for Drums
These pumps thread into drum bung openings and have a T-handle that delivers large amounts of lubricant with each stroke.
With Hose & Nozzle
T-Handle Pumps for Buckets
These pumps have adapters that allow them to mount to most 5-gallon buckets, drum bungs, or plastic pull-out spouts. They pump with the downstroke of the T-handle. They also include an intake extender to use on taller containers, as well as a discharge hose and spout.
T-Handle Pumps for Refrigeration Oil
Pumping oil into compressors for refrigeration systems requires a specific pump. These T-handle pumps work against the pressure of the system, so you don't need to shut it down during charging.
Telescoping Tube Intake
Curved Rigid Pipe Intake
Chemical-Resistant Quick-Fill Pumps for Drums
These chemical-resistant plastic pumps can be used to dispense acids and solvents as well as oil and other lubricants. They thread into drum bung openings and have a dual-acting pump that produces fast, high-volume output at low pressures, which is safer for chemicals.