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Drum Pump, 115VAC, 1/4 HP, 60 Hz
- Item # 6XGW2
- Mfr. Model # SS460BX731
- UNSPSC # 40151529
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 21.05 lbs.
- ItemElectric Operated Drum Pump
- RPM360 to 2600
- Motor EnclosureTotally Enclosed Nonventilated
- Motor TypeElectric AC
- Pump Body MaterialGlass Filled Polypropylene
- Wetted MaterialsPolypropylene, Fluorocarbon, Stainless Steel, Santoprene
- pH Range3.6 to 11.9
- Seal MaterialFluorocarbon
- Piston MaterialSantoprene
- For Use OnChemicals
- Maximum Head34 ft.
- Max. Pressure15 psi
- Max. Temp.130 Degrees F
- Max. Viscosity3000 CPS
- Max. GPM for Oil12
- Max. GPM for Water15
- Inlet Size1" NPT
- Outlet Size1"
- Overall Length16-1/4"
- DEF CompatibleYes
- ApplicationDiesel Exhaust Fluid, Solvents, Cleaners, Degreasers, Deionized Water, Caustics
- Manufacturers Warranty Length1 yr.
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