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Grease Pump, 25 to 50 lb. Buckets

LINCOLN

Price: $49.95 / each

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  • Item # 6WB32
  • Mfr. Model # G400
  • UNSPSC # 40151529
  • Catalog Page # 1327
  • Shipping Weight 6.15 lbs.
Country of Origin IndiaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemGrease Pump
  • Grease Pump OperationLever
  • Fits Container Size25 to 50 lb.
  • Volume Per Stroke1.5 oz.
  • Drum Cover Dia.12"
  • Hose Length4 ft.
  • MaterialAluminum, Carbon Steel, Nitrile, Polyurethane
  • For Use With25- to 50-lb. Buckets
  • FeaturesSelf-Priming
  • IncludesHose
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Although a sensitve measuring device could measure a very low pulse of pressure during a pump stroke, this item is not rated in pressure due to it's design for being used for transferring liquids only.

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I will be pumping water into the container. Is there a hand or lever actuated pump that you recommend for this purpose?
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Hello,
Well thats a great question, a hand pump that will presurize a bottle to 150PSI. This unit will likely not work for that, We really don't have a pump like that.. Have you tried a old Grease Gun.. The problem would be the water, that might sieze the pump. Ther is one pump that would likely do that, look a www.silverkingpump.com That is a hand pump made out of brass that is used to inject Glycol in a heating system.
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Grainger part number 6WB32 is designed for oils, as well as SAE gear lube. For a thicker fluid viscosity, such as NLGI 2 grease, Grainger part number 6Y859.

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