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- Item # 4X240
- Mfr. Model # 2005-M-1
- UNSPSC # 31251510
- Catalog Page # 389
- Shipping Weight 0.83 lbs.
- Stroke Range1/8 to 1"
- Pull Force Range64 to 128 oz.
- Width (In.)1-13/16
- Depth (In.)2-1/16
- Length (In.)2-1/2
- Coil Volts120VAC
- Seated Amps0.43
- Seated Watts17.9
- Coil Resistance (Ohms)20.5
- TerminalsSolder Lug Coil
- Amps @ Max. Stroke4.90
- Mounting Holes2 x 1-3/8"
- Gravity Value (Oz.)4.32
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According to Dormeyer/Ledex, the solution for your outdoor wood boiler application would be for you to use a Dormeyer model #2005-F-34 that has a High Temperature coil (Class "F" 155C/311F maximum temperature).
Because Grainger does not currently carry (as a stocked item) Dormeyer model #2005-F-34, please contact your local Grainger Branch or call us at 800-323-0620 to explore Special Order options.
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