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Compressor Pump, 0.06 HP, 60 Hz, 120V
- Item # 26X360
- Mfr. Model # 26X360
- UNSPSC # 40151548
- Catalog Page # 3652
- Shipping Weight 10.7 lbs.
- ItemCompressor Pump
- Compressor TypeDouble Diaphragm Linear
- Full Load Amps1.1
- Inlet Size0.19" Tube
- Outlet Size0.75" Tube
- Max. PSI Cont./Int.5.8/5.8
- Free Air CFM @ 0 PSI2.41
- Free Air CFM @ 30 PSI0
- Free Air CFM @ 0 Vacuum2.41
- Free Air CFM @ 20 Vac0
- Power CordYes
- Overall Length10"
- Overall Width7"
- Overall Height7"
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