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- ItemOil Coolant Pump
- Length (In.)9-5/8
- Width (In.)6-5/16
- Height (In.)9-5/8
- Bolt Circle Dia. (In.)6.3
- Inlet/Outlet (In.)3/4
- GPM of Water @ 5 Ft. of Head54
- GPM of Water @ 7 Ft. of Head Low52.0
- GPM of Water @ 10 Ft. of Head47
- GPM of Water @ 13 Ft. of Head Low44.0
- GPM of Water @ 15 Ft. of Head36
- GPM of Water @ 16 Ft. of Head41.0
- GPM of Water @ 20 Ft. of Head28.5
- GPM of Water @ 30 Ft. of Head20
- Shut-Off (Ft.)34
- Impeller MaterialPlastic
- Body MaterialCast Iron
- Max. Recommended Viscosity800 at 50 hz, 300 at 60 hz
- Max. Temp.104
- Shaft MaterialCarbon Steel
- Shaft SealMechanical Seal
- ElastomerBuna N
- ApplicationCirculation of Coolant, Spraying of Cutting Oil in all Types of Machines, Except Grinders
- IncludesCeramic stationary seal face, carbon graphite rotating seal face, and steel springs
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