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Double Diaphragm Pump, Air Operatd, 70 gpm
- Item # 4GGF1
- Mfr. Model # E4SA6X660
- UNSPSC # 40151548
- Catalog Page # 3319
- Shipping Weight 57.8 lbs.
- Item Double Diaphragm Pump
- Operation Type Air Operated
- Valve Type Ball
- Body Material Stainless Steel
- Inlet/Outlet Size 1-1/2" / 1-1/4"
- Connection Style NPT
- Air Inlet Size 1/2" FNPT
- Max. Flow GPM 70 gpm
- Max. Operating Pressure 125 psi
- Max. Temp. 212 Degrees F
- Diaphragm Material Santoprene(R)
- Ball Material Santoprene(R)
- Check Seat Material Santoprene(R)
- Max. Dia. Solids 3/16"
- Manifold Connection Multiport
- Length 11-1/2"
- Width 14-1/4"
- Height 18"
- Self-Priming Dry 15 ft.
- Self-Priming Wet 25 ft.
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 5 yr.
- Includes 5 yr.
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