A manually operated fuel pump so life-saving fuel can be dispensed during power outages.
Inventor Michael Johnson has created a manually operated fuel pump so life-saving fuel can be pumped and dispensed during power outages and emergency situations.
Recent events in the world news such as hurricanes, tsunamis, earthquakes, tornadoes, and floods have made many nervous about the possibility of being left stranded for days or even weeks before help arrives. Many turn to portable emergency generators for electricity to run refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, furnaces, or chainsaws to assist with cleanup. Of course, these generators require fuel to operate. Gas stations are affected in the same manner. A lack of electrical power means that even stations with full underground tanks are unable to dispense life-saving fuel. Michael just knew there had to be another way. In turn, he developed the Storm Fuel Guardian!
The invention is a hand powered fuel pumping station. The public will now be able to pick up the pieces in the aftermath of a storm and begin the cleanup process. The invention will provide much needed fuel for cars, emergency vehicles, generators, chainsaws, and more. This will be extremely vital, so debris can be removed and roads can be cleared.
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