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- Item # 1Z907
- Mfr. Model # PATG-1102N
- UNSPSC # 40151533
- Catalog Page # 3487
- Shipping Weight 15.9 lbs.
- Item Hydraulic Pump
- Type Air Powered
- Actuation Type Foot or Hand
- Capacity (PSI) 10,000
- Air Consumption (SCFM) 12
- Oil Displacement @ 0 PSI 60 cu. in./min.
- Oil Displacement @ 10,000 PSI 10 cu. in./min.
- Fluid Port NPT (In.) 3/8
- Air Inlet NPT (In.) 1/4
- Oil Capacity (Cu.-In.) 127
- Reservoir Capacity (Gal.) 0.54
- Operating Air PSI 40 to 125
- dBA 76
- Built-In Internal Pressure Relief Valve
- Treadle Three Position
- Length (In.) 12-7/16
- Width (In.) 6-1/2
- Height (In.) 8-5/16
- Features Exhaust Air is Used to Help Power the Pump, Reducing Air Consumption
- Includes Air Exhaust Muffler, Air and Hydraulic Inlet Filter
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