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Pump, 3/4 MNPT Tapered, 2.1A
- Item # 3TNK1
- Mfr. Model # 401FC
- UNSPSC # 40151510
- Catalog Page # 3695
- Shipping Weight 1.25 lbs.
- Item Pump
- Type Marine Circulation
- Inlet 3/4" MNPT Tapered
- Hose Outlet (In.) 3/4 NPSM
- Voltage 12VDC
- Amps 2.1
- GPH of Water @ 0 Ft. of Head 500
- GPH of Water @ 3.35 Ft. of Head 282
- GPH of Water @ 5 Ft. of Head 180
- GPH of Water @ 6.7 Ft. of Head 72
- Max. Head (Ft.) 8
- Cord Length (Ft.) 2
- Dia. (In.) 3
- Height (In.) 6
- Operation Nonautomatic
- Material Glass Filled Nylon
- Shaft Material Stainless Steel
- Application Used as a Water Circulation Pump in Livewell/Baitwell Tanks
- Design Glass Filled Nylon Base, Housing and Impeller, Stainless Steel Shaft, Permanent Magnet Motor and Dual Shaft Seal
- Includes 3/4" Right Angle Hosebarb Adapter and 3/4" Straight Hosebarb Adapter
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