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Look at a 1P521, that is a Little Giant 2E-NDVR it is a open air or submersible pump with 3/8" inlet and 1/4" outlet. If that is kind of what you need there are also others on Page 3875. I hope this answers your question. Thanks for using Grainger Ask & Answer.
We are currently using 480 V, 2 hp, 3400 rpm with 3.5 diameter impeller, but it is generated only 20 psi and flowrate is less than 20 liter per minute.
The only type of pumps we carry with Tri Clover Clamps is a Rotary Lobe pump a 6UPT1 would be close to the specs. However I would recomend checking with us by contatcing your branch and ask to speak with Grainger TPS. Thanks for using Grainger Ask & Answer.
The only thing like that in the catalog is a 3PET5 it has 3/4" hose barbs, 12 Volt pumps like that are not too comon. Grainger does have an engine driven pump in 1" ports. A 6CGG9 that is what Grainger offeres in this size.
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2) This will be pumping filtered creek water. Will the minimal debris or minerals in the creek water be a threat to the integrity of a centrifugal pump?
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