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- ItemHand Operated Drum Pump
- Action TypeRotary
- Pump Body MaterialSteel, Aluminum
- Wetted MaterialsSteel, Aluminum, Acetal, Nitrile Rubber
- Seal MaterialNitrile Rubber
- Gasket MaterialLeather
- Discharge Tubing MaterialSteel
- Piston MaterialAcetal
- For Use On15 to 55 gal. Drums
- Max. Pressure10 psi
- Max. Temp.150 Degrees F
- Ounces per Stroke32 oz.
- Max. Viscosity2000 SSU
- Inlet Size3/4" FNPT
- Outlet Size1/2" FNPT
- Discharge Tube Outlet ID Size5/8"
- Discharge Tube Outlet OD Size13/16"
- Discharge Tube Length11"
- Suction Tube Length19-3/8" to 34-13/16"
- Suction Tube Outlet O.D. Size1"
- Suction Tube TypeTelescopic
- Overall Length21-7/16"
- Adapter Type2" Bung
- Adapter MaterialAluminum
- ApplicationMotor Oil
- FeaturesDispenses Exactly 1 Quart Per Stroke
- IncludesReturn Drain, Threaded Case And Suction Tube
- Manufacturers Warranty Length1 yr.
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