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- ItemEngine Driven Semi-Trash Pump
- Engine/Motor TypeGas
- Inlet3" NPT
- Outlet3" NPT
- Engine Size270cc
- Engine BrandHonda
- Tank Capacity1.3 qt.
- Material of ConstructionDuctile Iron
- Impeller MaterialCast Iron
- Impeller TypeSemi-Open
- Seal MaterialSpheroidal Graphite
- Solids Handling Capacity1-1/2"
- Max. Pressure125 psi
- Engine RPM3600
- Max. Head75 ft.
- Max. Suction Lift25 ft.
- Casing AdapterCast Iron
- Mechanical SealSiliconized Graphite
- Check ValveBuna N
- Roll Bar FrameSteel
- Number of Impellers1
- Temp. Range200 Degrees F
- Ignition TypeRecoil
- Sensor TypeLow Oil
- IncludesSuction Strainer
- GPM of Water @ 10 Ft. of Head400
- GPM of Water @ 30 Ft. of Head318
- GPM of Water @ 40 Ft. of Head265
- GPM of Water @ 50 Ft. of Head172
- GPM of Water @ 60 Ft. of Head90
- GPM of Water @ 70 Ft. of Head42
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