FIRSTINFO Oil Extractor Series|

Satisfy Everyone from DIY Enthusiasts to Professionals!

Our range of oil extractors caters to a diverse range of needs, with options including portable manual types, pneumatic types for faster work, popular 6.5L types for DIY enthusiasts, and 15L types favored by professional mechanics. We strive for continual improvement by developing new products and upgrading existing ones.

Have you ever experienced issues like a dented oil changer tank or a hose that's too thick for the dipsitck tube while working? Our new FIRSTINFO oil extractor provide solutions for these problems. 



1. Key Product Features

2. How to Use

3. FAQ


Key Product Features



  Prevent the Tank Dents.


Normal oil changer tanks may dent due to excessive negative pressure. The latest FIRSTINFO oil extractor adopts a tank with a safety valve that opens and sucks in air when the negative pressure is below the set pressure, preventing excessive negative pressure. This eliminates the common dent problem in pneumatic extractors and improves durability.

In addition, a pressure gauge is also included, allowing you to easily check the current vacuum pressure.

※Currently, only "A1108", "A1108Y5", and "A1108H" are applicable.


  A  Hose that can Accommodate Any Type of Vehicle


The dipstick tube diameter can vary depending on the vehicle model, making it difficult to use a regular hose for vehicles with narrow dipstick tubes. The FIRSTINFO Oil Extractor includes an exclusive ultra-fine hose of 3.5 x 4.5 mm that can be used for vehicles with the narrowest dipstick tubes.

Moreover, the extractor now offers brake hoses as well, expanding its range of uses. Additionally, the latest version of the FIRSTINFO Oil Extractor is equipped with a new extension hose that can extend up to 3 meters, making it suitable for various usage scenarios.


  Easy-to-Use Height


The FIRSTINFO Oil Extractor features a long cylindrical design that eliminates the need to bend over during operation, making the pumping process more comfortable and effortless.


  Wide Selection of products available


Model Number Capacity     Operation Mode





15L Manual/Pneumatic


10.5L Manual/Pneumatic


9L Manual/Pneumatic


6L Pneumatic


How to Use


Warm up your car.

Warm up the engine and idle the car for about 15 minutes.



Connect the hose

Insert the main hose into the oil extractor's pouring spout and connect it by turning it counterclockwise. Choose an extension hose that fits the size of the dipstick tube and connect it to the main hose.



Insert into the dipstick tube

Insert the hose into the dipstick tube and firmly push it down to the bottom of the oil pan.

*If extracting brake fluid, attach the brake hose to the bleeder nipple and loosen the bleeder nipple with a wrench.



Manual Mode: Pump the extractor

After pumping a few times, a negative pressure is created inside the extractor, which automatically starts suctioning. If the suction stops in the opeation,please pump again.


Pneumatic Mode: Turn on the valve

Connect to the air compressor. Turn on the valves of the air compressor and the oil extractor, and begin the extraction.



Remove the Hose

Press the release valve to release the vacuum and remove the hose.



Drain the old oil

Please be careful not to tilt the oil extractor too much or exceed the maximum level of the tank when pouring out the oil, as it can cause oil leakage.


  Q:What is the usage of the oil extractor?


The oil extractor is suitable for all oil changing work including not only cars and motorcycles but also agricultural machinery, outboard motors, small engine machines, and lawn mowers. It can also be used for various liquids such as brake fluid, ATF, and water.


  Q:Is there any type of fluid that cannot be used with it?


Do not use the oil extractor with corrosive, volatile, or high viscosity fluids as it may cause damage to the device.

Examples of fluids that should not be used with the oil extractor include gasoline, diesel fuel, and gear oil.


  Q:What kind of compressor should I use?


The recommended pressure range for using the FIRSTINFO oil extractor     is between 0.27 to 1.17 MPa, with an air consumption of 56 L/min (when under the recommended pressure 0.6 MPa), suitable for use with a regular household air compressor.

For continuous operation, it is recommended to have an air compressor with an output of at least 10% more than the air consumption to ensure stable operation. Therefore, it is recommended to use an air compressor with an output of 61 L/min or more.


  Q:Do I need to warm up the engine before an oil change?


The reason for warming up the engine before changing the oil is to soften the oil and make it easier to drain by heating up the engine. Even if you don't warm up the engine before oil change, you can still drain the oil, but it may take longer. To shorten the working time, we recommend to warm up the engine in advance.


  Q:Is it okay to change the oil right after driving?


After driving, the engine oil is at a high temperature, so there is a risk of damaging the hose if you change the oil immediately. (The hose's heat resistance temperature is 85 degrees.) Therefore, before changing the oil, please let the engine sit for about 15 minutes to cool down the oil a little before changing it.


  Q:How to recognize the current level of the liquid in the tank?


There is a clear measuring line on the back of the tank.


  Q:Is the lid removable? How do you clean it after us


The lid is basically not designed to be opened, so we recommend cleaning it by pouring water or parts cleaner through the spout. Alternatively, you can also use the oil extractor to suction water for cleaning.


  Q:What should I do if the oil leaked from the handle end?


If the oil change machine is tilted too much when pouring out the oil from the tank, and the oil goes beyond the limit line, it may enter the inside of the machine. When trying to drain the oil that has entered the inside of the machine, oil may leak from the handle or safety valve, but the leak will stop once all the oil inside has been drained out. Please be careful not to exceed the limit line when draining oil next time.

※Extractor before 2023 Version discharge oil from the bottom.

  Q:Do you sell the hose separately as a replacement part?


We sell individual main hoses, extension hoses, and brake hoses separately.  Find the list of hoses here.



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