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Drum Pump, 12VDC, 1/5 HP
- Item # 6XGP2
- Mfr. Model # P-120H-2UR
- UNSPSC # 40151529
- Catalog Page # 3738
- Shipping Weight 16.05 lbs.
- ItemElectric Operated Drum Pump
- Motor EnclosureTotally Enclosed Nonventilated
- Motor TypeElectric DC
- Pump Body MaterialPolyethylene
- Wetted Materials316 Stainless Steel, PBT Polyester
- Gasket MaterialFluorocarbon
- Maximum Head18 ft.
- Max. Pressure6 psi
- Max. Temp.120 Degrees F
- Max. Viscosity10 CPS
- Max. GPM for Oil12
- Max. GPM for Water12
- Inlet Size1" NPT
- Outlet Size1" NPT
- Discharge Tube Outlet ID Size1"
- Suction Tube TypePlastic Adjustable
- Overall Length11"
- Adapter TypeSpin Collar
- Adapter MaterialAluminum
- DEF CompatibleNo
- StandardsCSA Certified
- ApplicationAgricultural Chemicals Transfer
- Manufacturers Warranty Length2 yr.
- Includes20 ft. Power Cord
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