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Double Diaphragm Pump, Air Operated, 150F
- Item # 4P971
- Mfr. Model # PD02P-APS-PTT
- UNSPSC # 40151549
- Catalog Page # 3772
- Shipping Weight 4.65 lbs.
- ItemDouble Diaphragm Pump
- Operation TypeAir Operated
- Valve TypeBall
- Body MaterialPolypropylene
- Inlet/Outlet Size3/8" to 1/4"
- Connection StyleNPT
- Air Inlet Size1/4" FNPT
- Max. Flow GPM4.5
- Max. Operating Pressure100 psi
- Max. Temp.150 Degrees F
- Diaphragm MaterialPTFE
- Ball MaterialPTFE
- Check Seat MaterialPolypropylene
- Max. Dia. SolidsClear Liquid
- Manifold ConnectionSingle
- Self-Priming Dry10 ft.
- Self-Priming Wet15 ft.
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