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- ItemDouble Diaphragm Pump
- Operation TypeAir Operated
- Valve TypeBall
- Body MaterialAluminum
- Inlet/Outlet Size1"
- Connection StyleNPT
- Air Inlet Size1/4" FNPT
- Max. Flow GPM35 gpm
- Max. Operating Pressure120 psi
- Max. Temp.150 Degrees F
- Diaphragm MaterialNitrile
- Ball MaterialAcetal
- Check Seat MaterialPolypropylene
- Max. Dia. Solids1/8"
- Manifold ConnectionSingle
- Self-Priming Dry10 ft.
- Self-Priming Wet15 ft.
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This is a Positive Displacement Pump, so it will apply 100 PSI of air aganist a Diaphram it has a 1:1 Ratio so 100 PSI Divided by 2.31 = 43.29 Feet of head.
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