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Pump, Gear, 11 GPM
- Item # 4F663
- Mfr. Model # 1002508
- UNSPSC # 40151533
- Catalog Page # 3500
- Shipping Weight 8.8 lbs.
- ItemHydraulic Gear Pump
- TypeTwo Stage
- Input RPM3600
- GPM @ 1000 PSI2.8
- GPM @ 2000 PSI2.72
- GPM @ 250 PSI10.94
- Nominal Flow (GPM)11.0
- HP Required5
- Ports (Inlet)1" Tube
- Ports (Outlet)1/2" NPTF
- Shaft Dia. (In.)1/2
- Shaft Length (In.)1-1/2
- TransmissionAutomatic 2 Speed
- Displacement @ High Pressure (cubic inches/rev.)0.194
- Displacement @ Low Pressure (cubic inches/rev.)0.517
- Drive Shaft (In.)1/2
- Max. PSI 1st Stage600
- Max. PSI 2nd Stage2500
- Unloading Valve Preset Pressure (psi)450
- Mounting Flange4F17
- ApplicationFor Presses, Log Splitters, Clamping Units and Compactors
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