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Pump, Mag Drive, 1/2 HP, 115/208-230V
- Item # 3AZN6
- Mfr. Model # DB6HP-M226
- UNSPSC # 40151564
- Catalog Page # 3728
- Shipping Weight 42.0 lbs.
- ItemMagnetic Drive Pump
- Full Load Amps7.6/3.80-3.80
- Inlet1" FNPT
- Outlet1" MNPT
- Motor TypeInduction
- Motor EnclosureTEFC
- GPM of Water @ 3 Ft. of Head42
- GPM of Water @ 6 Ft. of Head42
- GPM of Water @ 9 Ft. of Head41
- GPM of Water @ 15 Ft. of Head38
- GPM of Water @ 18 Ft. of Head36
- GPM of Water @ 24 Ft. of Head33
- GPM of Water @ 40 Ft. of Head24
- GPM of Water @ 50 Ft. of Head13
- Max. Head53 ft.
- Operating Pressure23 psi
- Housing MaterialPolypropylene
- Impeller MaterialPolypropylene w/Carbon Bushing
- Max. Specific Gravity1.2
- Max. Viscosity100 CPS
- Bearing TypeThrust & Radial
- Gasket MaterialViton
- ApplicationAcids, Caustics, Plating Solutions, DI-Water
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