Water, trash and firefighting pumps
Honda Pumps excel in combustion efficiency resulting in high performance, less emissions and greater fuel economy through the commercial grade engines.
With portable, medium duty, trash, fire fighting and light chemical pumps available. Our complete pump line-up is designed to move liquids quickly, safely, quietly and easily. There's something in the range for any job and to get everyone pumped!
Check out the range below.
Fire fighting/high pressure water & light chemical pumps
Which Pump Do I Need?
Use our pump calculator to help select the right pump for your requirements.
selecting a pump - Pump APplications
|Transfer Pumps||Construction (Trash) Pumps|
|Type of Pump:||Lightweight Portable Water Pumps||Medium Duty Water Pumps||High Pressure Water Pumps*|
|Industrial/ Agricultural Chemicals*||•|
|Mixer or Paver||•||•|
|Sprinklers or Nozzle||•|
|†Non Potable Only *Pumps powered by Honda|
Performance Curve Chart
Selecting a pump the right discharge capacity and total head to ensure you can pump what you need to when you need too!
still have questions? try our faqs
What is a transfer pump?
A transfer pump is one that moves clean water from one source such as a creek to a tank or trough.
What is a trash pump?
A trash pump is a heavy duty pump that can pump water with solids in it up to a certain size. They tend to be larger and flow a high amount of water compared to a transfer pump.
What is a fire fighting pump?
Fire fighting pumps or high head pumps have low volume but pump to a much higher discharge head than other pumps. They maybe a single impellor or twin impellor design.
What is total head?
Total head is both suction head and discharge head added together.
What is suction head?
The distance the pump water inlet is from the water source.
What is a discharge head?
The vertical distance from the water source to the discharge point.
Can I run 100’s of meters of discharge hose?
As a rule for every 10m of horizontal distance of hose used, you lose 1m of discharge head so depending on which pump you are looking at it may mean it can’t pump the full distance you are expecting due to friction in the hose.
I already have 1’’ hose from my old pump but want to use a 2’’ pump can I reduce it down?
It is not recommended to reduce down a larger pump to a smaller hose as it will put extra load on the mechanical seal, impellor and the motor which could lead to damage of those parts.
Talk to your local Honda Power Equipment dealer.