Maintenance on the Bison Model 1900 Shallow Well Hand Pump

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On March 12, 2018
The Bison Pumps come with a Lifetime Warranty on the stainless-steel parts and construction. However, you may still need to perform maintenance on your pump. Maintenance is rarely required beyond winterization, but some situations can cause excessive wear or damage to consumable pump components. Cup Seals and O-Ring: If used normally, these seals will last […]
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Landscaping Ideas for Your Bison Deep Well Hand Pump

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On March 10, 2018
The Bison Deep Well Hand Pump, with it’s hand-polished finish and Stainless Steel welded construction, is a beautiful piece of craftsmanship. Hand pumps have never before been made to such a high level of quality and beauty. The elegance of the Bison Pump is one of many reasons well owners decide to install a hand […]
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Bison Playground Pump is Low-Maintenance Fun!

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On March 8, 2018
Bison’s Playground Pump is a unique, fun product. Like all Bison products, it is made of 304 Stainless Steel. The Bison Model 1900 Shallow Well Hand Pump sits atop a Stainless Steel reservoir tank. The Shallow Well Hand Pump sucks the water from the tank. The tank, however, is connected to a pressurized water line. […]
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Mother Earth News Review About Bison Deep Well Hand Water Pump

  • Posted by administrator
  • On February 21, 2018
Mother Earth News Review About Bison Deep Well Hand Water Pump The Bison Deep Well Hand Pump I have an old bored well on my property, but the windmill and pump are long gone. How can I pull water from the well without grid power? Bison deep well hand pumps, made in a rural Maine […]
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Filter on the Spout

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On February 21, 2018
While the answer to this question is still evolving, the current answer may go something like this: There are many filter options for water treatment. One of the best we’ve found and recommended to customers is the Berkie Water Filter. It is a stainless steel canister that you pour water into at the top. The […]
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Bison Pumps FAQ Can I Pump To Another Tank

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On February 20, 2018
While exhibiting at the Mother Earth News Fair this weekend in Belmont, Texas, we fielded one question that came up consistently: “Can I pump another tank?” Followed up with, “How far can I go?” Then, “How much pressure will there be?” Here’s what the experts at Bison Pumps say: Pumping to a tank is always […]
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Bison Pump for Pressurizing your Home Water Tank

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On February 9, 2018
Many people think that hand pumps are just for pumping water into a bucket. Not so with a Bison hand water Pump! The Bison Pump can be hooked up to your home water tank to pressurize it in the event of a power outage. This maintains water pressure running through your home faucets, so you […]
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BISON PUMPS OWNER RECOGNIZED AS “PATRIOTIC EMPLOYER”

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On January 18, 2018
Conway, Arkansas: January 18, 2018– The owner of a local manufacturer was awarded the “Patriot Award” by the Office of the Secretary of Defense. “As a U.S. manufacturer, supporting our servicemembers is always a top priority. I’m thankful for the opportunity to help serve our country and especially our servicemembers.” -Tony Davis, Co-Owner Bison Pumps […]
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Submersible Pump down! Do YOU have a backup plan?

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On January 17, 2018
Yesterday I had the pleasure of talking with Dave from Minnesota. He lives in a rural area and depends on well water for his home water source. Dave, being a DIY-type of guy, is always trying to be prepared, especially for bad weather. He called Bison looking for a manual backup in case his submersible […]
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Bison Pump Saved the Day When the Water Lines Froze

  • Posted by Bison Pumps
  • On January 16, 2018
Last week, a gentleman in Northern Maine contacted us. He had recently moved into a new home in rural Maine. This being his first winter in the new house, he was surprised to learn that the water lines were not buried far enough below the freeze line. Therefore, when winter set in, the water lines […]
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