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Meter, 1-1/2 MNPT, 6-40 gpm
- Item # 4RP92
- Mfr. Model # 901C1.5
- UNSPSC # 41112501
- Catalog Page # 3733
- Shipping Weight 7.75 lbs.
- GPM Max.40
- Max. Pressure (PSI)50
- Connection Size (In.)1-1/2 MNPT
- Max. Temp. (F)150
- Length (In.)9-1/4
- Width (In.)6-1/4
- Height (In.)5-1/2
- Housing MaterialAluminum
- Chamber MaterialRyton/Stainless Steel
- Seal MaterialViton(R) and Buna
- Flow Range6 to 40 gpm
- Accuracy (%)+/-2.0
- Resetable Cumulative Totalizer99999 Gallons
- Master Totalizer99.9 GALLONS
- Flow Range (GPM)6 to 40
- Flow Range (LPM)23 to 151
- Max. Viscosity (SSU)50
- ApplicationGasoline, Diesel, B20, E15, Kerosene
- Agency ComplianceUL Listed
- Manufacturers Warranty Length2 Years
Compliance and Restrictions
Hazardous material - Combustible Liquids
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