Why GMB Fuel Pumps?
Not all fuel pumps are the same. Here’s what makes our fuel pumps stand out.
OE Replacement Electric Fuel Pump Motors
GMB Fuel Pumps use only durable, OE replacement electric motors. These motors are developed to match the manufacturer’s specifications in terms of voltage, amperage, resistance, pressure, and volume to guarantee long lasting performance, consistent fuel pressure, and steady fuel delivery. GMB Fuel Pumps also use 99.90% pure copper on the internal wiring for greater electrical conductivity and optimal performance.
High-Grade Aluminum Cased Motors
GMB Fuel Pump motors are encased in a plastic fixture, and then that fixture is enclosed in a high-grade protective aluminum heat dissipation sleeve made of 5052 grade aluminum alloy.
High-Grade Vacuum Formed Plastics (POM)
GMB Fuel Pump Assemblies are made from high-grade vacuumed formed plastics to ensure that there are no cracks or pores during the molding process. This is the same technology that is used when making many other plastic components found in automobiles, including engine covers, intake manifolds, radiator tanks, etc.
150 Micron Pre-Pump Fuel Filters (Strainer)
GMB Pre-Pump Fuel Filters (also called a strainer) have a 150 micron rating and are made from the best non-paper filtering material available. All GMB Fuel Pump Assemblies include a filter (strainer). Fuel Strainers are also included with fuel pump kits, where noted.
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How To Maximize The Performance And Lifespan Of Your Fuel Pump
Preventative maintenance is the key to maximizing the performance and durability of any fuel pump. Here’s a list of maintenance tips to share with your customers:
- Change your in-line fuel filter every 6-12 months.
- Thoroughly empty and clean the fuel tank at installation, as well as using a brand new fuel pump strainer to maximize the Fuel Pumps’ life.
- Pour a bottle of sludge reducer into your vehicle’s fuel tank at least once a year. This will break up deposits inside your vehicle’s fuel tank that can cause clogs in your fuel system.
- To ensure your fuel pump stays cool, try to keep your vehicle’s fuel tank at least 1/2 full.
- Whenever you buy gasoline, avoid off-brand gas stations, as they often sell low-grade gasoline.
- If you pull into the gas station and see that the underground tanks are being filled, come back later. If you fill the gas tank in your vehicle when the main tanks are being filled, you’ll end up with contaminants in your fuel system.