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Double Diaphragm Pump, 1/2 In., 5.0 gpm
- Item # 2XE84
- Mfr. Model # G573215Z
- UNSPSC # 40151501
- Catalog Page # 3772
- Shipping Weight 1.55 lbs.
- ItemDouble Diaphragm Pump
- Operation TypeAir Operated
- Valve TypeBall
- Body MaterialPolypropylene
- Inlet/Outlet Size1/2"
- Connection StyleHose Barb
- Air Inlet Size1/4" FNPT
- Max. Flow GPM5.0 gpm
- Max. Operating Pressure80 psi
- Max. Temp.120 Degrees F
- Diaphragm MaterialViton(R)
- Ball MaterialViton(R)
- Check Seat MaterialViton(R)
- Max. Dia. Solids1/8"
- Manifold ConnectionSingle
- Self-Priming Dry15 ft.
- Self-Priming Wet20 ft.
- Manufacturers Warranty Length1 yr.
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also, is the 120F temperature limit for ambient temperature, or is it also for process / liquid limit?
Yes this pump will generally pulsate at lower flows, Presure and CFM's will also affecect the pulsation, When you opperate this pump towards the max CFM's the pulsations will be less noticable. Also do not attempt to operate pump past the recomended pressure, as this will shorten the life of the pump.
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