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Vane Pump, 3 gpm @ 1200 rpm and 100 psi
- Item # 20V926
- Mfr. Model # 382077-3
- UNSPSC # 40151533
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 15.0 lbs.
- ItemSingle Vane Pump
- Flow Rate3 gpm @ 1200 rpm and 100 psi
- Displacement.60 cu. in./rev.
- Inlet Port1" NPT
- Outlet Port1/2" NPT
- Port LocationInline With Inlet
- Shaft Size1"
- Shaft StyleKeyed
- Shaft RotationRight
- Mount TypeSAE A 2 Bolt Flange
- Max. Pressure2500 psi
- Min. RPM600
- Max. RPM1800
- ApplicationPower Units, Mobile Equipment, Lifts
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