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Vacuum Pump, 5 HP, 29.90 In. Hg, 71.0 cfm
- Item # 5KY81
- Mfr. Model # VC-100
- UNSPSC # 40151502
- Catalog Page # 3654
- Shipping Weight 273.0 lbs.
- ItemVacuum Pump
- Displacement71.0 cfm
- End Vacuum29.90" Hg
- NPT Inlet1-1/2"
- Amps AC14.2/7.1
- Overall Length30-1/4"
- Overall Height11-13/16"
- Overall Width16"
- Oil Capacity128 oz.
- Motor TypeTEFC Continuous Duty
- Max. dBA69
- FinishSilver/Gray Metallic
- FilterFine Mesh
- Applicationfor Vacuum Packaging, Vacuum Chucking, Die Casting, Vacuum Thermoforming and Material Handling
- IncludesOil, Oil Separator, Filter, Vacuum Non-Return Valve
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According to the manufacturers information this Vacuum Pump, it is rated for use on 200-240/ 360-480 60hz 3 phase. So yes you can opperate this at 208VAC 3Phase,
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