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- ItemElectric Operated Drum Pump
- Motor EnclosureTotally Enclosed Fan-Cooled
- Motor TypeElectric AC
- Pump Body Material316 Stainless Steel
- Wetted Materials316L Stainless Steel, PTFE and Buna
- Gasket MaterialBuna-N
- Maximum Head30 ft.
- Max. Pressure16 psi
- Max. Temp.175 Degrees F
- Max. Viscosity1500 CPS
- Max. GPM for Oil7
- Max. GPM for Water32
- Inlet Size1-5/8"
- Outlet Size1-1/2"
- Suction Tube Length39"
- Suction Tube TypeImpeller
- Overall Length53"
- DEF CompatibleNo
- Special FeaturesFDA Compliant Materials of Construction, Hygienic Design, Easy to Clean, Tri-clamp(R) Fittings, Light Weight and Portable, Variable Speed Electric and Air Motors, Runs Dry
- StandardsFDA Compliant
- ApplicationFood Products Transfer
- Manufacturers Warranty Length3 yr.
- IncludesHose Barb
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