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Pump, Condensate, 115V, 1.5 Amps
- Item # 3EUD4
- Mfr. Model # VCMX-20ULS
- UNSPSC # 40151512
- Catalog Page # 3771
- Shipping Weight 4.7 lbs.
- Item Condensate Pump
- Pump Type Vertical
- HP 1/30
- Watts 93
- Voltage 115
- Amps 1.5
- Reservoir Capacity 1/3 gal.
- Height 6-1/2"
- Length 10-13/64"
- Width 4-51/64"
- Discharge 3/8" Barb
- Float Material Polypropylene
- Shut-Off 21 ft.
- Max. Temp. 140 Degrees F
- Cord Length 6 ft.
- Shaft Material Stainless Steel
- Standards cCSAus
- Includes Safety Switch Assembly, 6 ft. Power Cord, Thermal Overload Protector, Rubber Feet, Tank Mounting Bracket, Turn Check Valve
- GPH of Water @ 1 Ft. of Head 84
- GPH of Water @ 5 Ft. of Head 75
- GPH of Water @ 9 Ft. of Head 64
- GPH of Water @ 12 Ft. of Head 54
- GPH of Water @ 15 Ft. of Head 42
- GPH of Water @ 20 Ft. of Head 10
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Will this condensate pump work with my Unit? If so, what else is needed and how to connect to unit?
This should handle what you need, unless you generate a lot of condensate. This unit will move up to 75 Gallons per Hour, so this should work just fine.
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