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- ItemFuel Transfer Pump
- Pump DesignGear
- Hose Dia.5/8"
- Hose Length10 ft.
- Suction Tube Length40"
- Power Cord Length15 ft.
- Inlet Size3/4" MNPT
- Outlet Size3/4" FNPT
- Amps AC11
- RPM1725 and 1425
- Bypass ValveInternal
- Housing MaterialAluminum
- Nozzle MaterialAluminum
- Bearing TypeBushing
- Nozzle TypeManual
- Duty Cycle15 min. On, 30 min. Off
- Overall Length7-7/8"
- Overall Height6-9/16"
- Overall Width6-15/16"
- Seal MaterialBuna-N
- Compatible FluidsDiesel, Gasoline, Kerosene
- StandardsUL Listed
- Manufacturers Warranty Length2 Years
- IncludesSuction Tube, Strain Relief Grip
- Pressure Range15 psi
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The suction tube can be cut to accommodate tanks of different depths. Please allow for ½” of clearance between the tank bottom and end of the suction tube..
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