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- ItemChemical Metering Pump
- Pump TypePeristaltic
- Max. Flow Rate7.08 gph
- Max. Pressure25 psi
- Max. Viscosity1500 CPS
- Motor HP1/30
- Suction Lift25 ft.
- Turn Down Ratio20:1
- Motor RPM44
- Body MaterialPolycarbonate
- Tubing MaterialPolyethylene
- Head and Fitting MaterialPolycarbonate
- Number of Feeds2
- Cord Length6 ft.
- Min. Flow Rate8.5 gpd
- StandardsNSF 50
- Includes20 ft. Tubing, Connection Nuts/Ferrules, Spare Peristaltic Tube And Injection Check Valve
- FeaturesAdjustable Single Head, Valveless, Nonclogging Design
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The Adjustibility of this pump is a mechanical function, you cannot control the output for this with a 4-20mA signal.That requires a completly different pump, like a 2DZE3 Pulsafeeder OMNI that has a digital control.
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