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Centrifugal Pump, 5 HP, Max. Temp 180F

DAYTON

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  • Item # 12A070
  • Mfr. Model # 12A070
  • UNSPSC # 40151503
  • Catalog Page # 3712
  • Shipping Weight 135.0 lbs.
Country of Origin IndiaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemCentrifugal Pump
  • TypeStraight
  • HP5
  • Phase3
  • Voltage208-230/460
  • Amps13.4-12.6/6.3
  • Hz60
  • Inlet (In.)2-1/2 NPT
  • Outlet (In.)2 NPT
  • Motor EnclosureTEFC
  • NEMA/IEC Frame184JM
  • Motor RPM3450
  • Motor Type3 - Phase
  • Service Factor1.25
  • Wetted MaterialsCast Iron, Bronze, Carbon, Cermic, Buna N, Stainless Steel
  • Impeller MaterialBronze
  • Housing MaterialCast Iron
  • Volute MaterialCast Iron
  • Shaft MaterialSteel
  • Screw MaterialZinc Plated
  • Seal TypeMechanical
  • Seal MaterialCarbon Ceramic, NBR Elastomer, 304 Stainless Steel
  • Seal ApplicationNonflammable and Nonabrasive Liquids Compatible with Seal Component Materials
  • BearingsDouble Sealed Ball Bearing
  • Max. Liquid Temp. (F)180
  • Max. Head (Ft.)110
  • Best Efficiency GPM @ Head (Ft.)155 @ 80
  • Best Efficiency Range GPM @ Head (Ft.)188 to 123 @ 68 to 90
  • Max. Specific Gravity1.0
  • Max. Fluid Viscosity100 SSU
  • Inlet Pressure (PSI)100
  • Impeller TypeEnclosed
  • Bearing TypeDouble Sealed Ball Bearing
  • DutyContinuous
  • Max. Pressure (PSI)47
  • Max. Dia. Solids (In.)0.48
  • Port Rotation4 Position Increments
  • Drain PlugEasily Accessible
  • Agency ComplianceUL Approval in Motor
  • Length (In.)21.06
  • Height (In.)12
  • Width (In.)11.14
  • For Use WithNonflammable and Nonabrasive Liquids Compatible with Pump Component Materials
  • ApplicationFor High Volume Service, For Industrial and Commercial Applications, Such as Process Applications, Dewatering, Irrigation,Chemical Transfer, Decorative Water Features.
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length1 Year
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    Field of Industry:: thermal management
    Product used for:: process loop
    Years purchasing from Grainger:: 30
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    Answer: 
    Hello,
    Ther is not a published Curve for this pump, You will need to run at or very close to best, 155GPM @80 Ft of head.
    Thanks for using Grainger Ask & Answer!

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    impeller diameter?? Thanks

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    Answer: 
    Per the supplier, the impeller diameter is 5-1/4 in. If you need further assistance, please contact us at 1-800-Grainger. Thank you for using Grainger Ask & Answer.
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    Further:

    The reason I said "further" is that I already asked what the impeller diameter is, and this question about max head capability goes right along with that one.

    If this pump has Max. Head (Ft.)110,

    then how can it also be true that

    Best Efficiency Range GPM @ Head (Ft.)68 to 90 @ 188 to 123,
    even though 188 is greater than 110, in the old math?
    What can we really do with this pump?

    Thanks for the help. I would really like to buy a pump, but it has to replace the old one.
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    Answer: 
    The best efficiency range is reversed is should read:
    Best Efficiency Range
    GPM @ Head (Ft) 188 to 123 @ 68 to 90
    Max Head (Ft) 110

    Thanks for the heads up I will get it corrected.
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