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Utility Pump, 1/2 HP, 1Ph, 115V, 7.4 Amps

DAYTON

Price: $303.25 / each

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  • Item # 4CUK6
  • Mfr. Model # 4CUK6
  • UNSPSC # 40151503
  • Catalog Page # N/A
  • Shipping Weight 18.2 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemUtility Pump
  • HP1/2
  • Phase1
  • Voltage115
  • Amps7.4
  • Hz60
  • Inlet1" NPT
  • Outlet1" NPT
  • Motor EnclosureODP
  • RPM3450
  • Motor TypePSC
  • Service Factor1.0
  • Wetted MaterialsThermoplastic, Stainless Steel, Brass, Buna, Carbon, Ceramic
  • Impeller MaterialThermoplastic
  • Housing MaterialStainless Steel
  • Volute MaterialThermoplastic
  • Shaft MaterialStainless Steel
  • Screw MaterialStainless Steel
  • Seal TypeMechanical
  • Seal MaterialCarbon, Ceramic
  • Seal ApplicationNonflammable and Nonabrasive Liquids Compatible with Seal Component Materials
  • Max. Liquid Temp.90 Degrees F
  • Suction Lift25 ft.
  • Max. Head148 ft.
  • Max. Pressure64 psi
  • Cord5 1/2 ft.
  • Best Efficiency GPM @ Head11 gpm @ 69 ft.
  • Best Efficiency Range GPM @ Head14 to 9 gpm @ 46 to 81 ft.
  • Max. Specific Gravity1.0
  • Max. Case Pressure96 psi
  • Max. Fluid Viscosity100SSU
  • Inlet Pressure32 psi
  • Impeller TypeClosed Impeller
  • Bearing TypeBall
  • DutyContinuous
  • Max. Dia. Solids1/8"
  • Drain Plug1/8"
  • Agency ComplianceCSA, CUL
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length1 yr.
  • ApplicationTo Transfer Water from One Location to Another, and Can Also Run Multiple Lawn Sprinklers and/or Boost Water Pressure for a Number of Different Applications Including Washing Cars, Boats and Farm Equipment
  • Height10"
  • Length14-1/2"
  • Width7-51/64"
  • Includes2 Garden Hose Adaptors
  • GPH of Water @ 5 PSI960
  • GPH of Water @ 10 PSI951
  • GPH of Water @ 15 PSI871
  • GPH of Water @ 20 PSI832
  • GPH of Water @ 25 PSI752
  • GPH of Water @ 30 PSI700
  • GPH of Water @ 35 PSI634
  • GPH of Water @ 40 PSI581
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is this pump rated for continious duty?

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Yes, this pump's motor is rated for continuous duty. Thank you for using Grainger.com Ask & Answer.
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following:

This item is self-priming up to a maximum of 25’ and the flow rates will change on the unit depending on the self-priming depth. For example:
at 5’ of suction this pump is capable of 15 GPM at 5 psi and up to 7.1 GPM at 40 PSI.
at 25’ of suction this pump is capable of 5.1 GPM at 5 psi and up to 2.2 GPM at 30 PSI.

For a complete copy of the flow rates for this pump, please contact us at 1-800-GRAINGER and we will be happy to fax or email you a copy.

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I ordered one of these pumps last November. We use it every other month for about 20 to 30 minutes a day. We have notice it has started to slow down, and wanted to know if it needed to be oiled? We had an smaller pump we used before getting this one and it suggested oiling before every use.
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The Dayton utility pump does not require any oiling the motor bearings are permanently sealed grease filled and require no lubrication. Slowing down could mean different things depend on what is actually slowing down. Please feel free to give us a call and let technical support for pumps know, they can be contacted though your local branch of Grainger.
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