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Pump, Hydraulic, 1/2 HP
- Item # 4ZC75
- Mfr. Model # PUJ-1200B
- UNSPSC # 40151533
- Catalog Page # 3487
- Shipping Weight 29.0 lbs.
- ItemHydraulic Electric Pump
- TypeHigh Force
- Reservoir Capacity (Cu.-In.)115
- Reservoir Capacity (Gal.)0.5
- Oil Displacement @ 100 PSI200 cu. in./min.
- Oil Displacement @ 700 PSI70 cu. in./min.
- Oil Displacement @ 5000 PSI25 cu. in./min
- Oil Displacement @ 10,000 PSI20 cu. in./min.
- Oil Displacement @ 0-200 PSI200 cu. in./min.
- Oil Displacement @ 200-10,000 PSI20 cu. in./min.
- Amps AC9.5
- Motor TypeUniversal
- Fluid Port NPT (In.)3/8
- Control Pendant Size (Ft.)10
- Control Pendant Voltage24 VDC
- Reservoir MaterialHigh Impact Polyethylene
- Control Valve3 Way, 2 Postion
- ApplicationA Quick and Convenient Power Source for Cylinders and Presses, Intended for Intermittent Use Under 1 Hour
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