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Shaft Seal, 5/8 In, Viton, Silicon Carbide
- Item # 3ACE8
- Mfr. Model # 3ACE8
- UNSPSC # 40151511
- Catalog Page # 3712
- Shipping Weight 0.2 lbs.
- Item Replacement Pump Shaft Seal
- Shaft Size (In.) 5/8
- Seal Bore (In.) 5/8
- Nominal Working Length (In.) 1
- Seat Bore 1-1/4"
- Seat Thickness 0.405"
- Material Content Code VXRXR
- Seal Material Viton, Silicon Carbide
- Max. Temp. (F) 250
- Min. Temp. Rating (Deg. F) 40
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In Mexico Buy SKU 2ZWU3 pump, but want to buy mechanical seal with silicon carbide seat part number 3307 PPL G, this model comes in manual pump, Grainger website I get the SKU 3ACE8, will the same item?
thank you very much for your help
Yes this Seal is the 3ACE8 it is the PPL3307G ..
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