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- ItemHand Operated Drum Pump
- Action TypeFlap
- Pump Body MaterialPolypropylene
- Wetted MaterialsPolypropylene, Polyethylene
- Seal MaterialPolyethylene
- Gasket MaterialNA
- For Use On55 and 30 gal. Drums
- Maximum Head6 ft.
- Max. Temp.207 Degrees F
- Ounces per Stroke15 oz.
- Max. Viscosity8800 CPS
- Overall Length45"
- Adapter TypeBUNG
- Adapter MaterialPolypropylene
- Adapter Dia.2" course and fine thread (M63R)
- ApplicationFor Soap, Oils, Chemicals, Acid, Alkaline, Viscous Fluids, Food Processing
- FeaturesDelivers on the Up and Down Stroke. Ruggedly constructed pump has the only 24 month warranty in the industry. Constructed from FDA compliant material
- StandardsFDA Compliant
- IncludesSafety strap, adapter fitting and Self-Adhesive I.D. Label
- Manufacturers Warranty Length2 yr.
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