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Subm Pump Mtr, 1ph, 3/4hp, 230V, 4 In, 2 Wire
- Item # 1CXB4
- Mfr. Model # 2445079004S
- UNSPSC # 40151513
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 21.1 lbs.
- ItemDeep Well Submersible Pump Motor
- Motor ApplicationPumps
- Motor Sub ApplicationDeep Well Submersible Pumps
- Motor DesignSplit-Phase
- Motor Enclosure DesignTotally Enclosed Nonventilated
- Nameplate RPM3450
- Full Load Amps6.8
- Max. SF Amps8.0
- Service Factor1.5
- Max. Ambient Temp.86 Degrees F
- Thrust Rating300 lb.
- Number of Wires2
- Motor Thermal ProtectionAuto
- Motor Shaft RotationCCWSE
- Diaphragm TypePressure Equalizing
- Shaft MaterialSplined Stainless Steel
- Shell MaterialCorrosion Resistant Stainless Steel
- Stator TypeHermetically Sealed
- Lead Length48"
- RPM Range3001-3600
Compliance and Restrictions
This item has been restricted from sale in the following countries: China.
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