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Pump, Submersible, 1/50HP
- Item # 12U597
- Mfr. Model # 12U597
- UNSPSC # 40151513
- Catalog Page # 3684
- Shipping Weight 5.5 lbs.
- ItemCompact Submersible Pump
- ApplicationWater and Mild Fluids
- Full Load Amps1.5
- Pump MaterialZinc Alloy
- Impeller MaterialPolyamide Fibre 56
- Volute MaterialPOM
- Screen MaterialPolyamide Fibre 56
- Seal MaterialNitrile
- Cord Length6 ft.
- Inlet Type3/4" GHT/Screen
- Outlet Size3/8" NPT
- GPH of Water @ 1 Ft. of Head490
- GPH of Water @ 5 Ft. of Head337
- Equivalent PSI3.5
- Full Load Watts85
- Max. GPM for Water8.2
- Max. Viscosity100 SSU
- Motor Housing MaterialZinc alloy
- Motor RPM3400
- Motor TypeShaded Pole
- Overload ProtectionAutomatic
- Port RotationYes
- Shaft Material420 Stainless Steel
- FeaturesOil filled
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You can control the output of this pump with a simple valve, you can control it but do not close it off entirely or the seals will burn up. you need to have Water running thru it all the time. Also the Valve Must Be in the Dischareg Line..
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