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Grease Pump, 25 to 50 lb. Containers, 50:1
- Item # 5NUE3
- Mfr. Model # 5NUE3
- UNSPSC # 40151524
- Catalog Page # 1356
- Shipping Weight 25.57 lbs.
- ItemPortable Grease Pump with Gun
- Air Motor Size2.5"
- Fits Container Size25 to 50 lb. Container
- Volume per Minute2.40 lb.
- Pump Ratio50:1
- Consumption @ 100 PSI8.1 cfm
- Max. Pressure7500 psi
- Air Inlet1/4" NPT
- Grease TypeNLGI #1 & 2
- Hose Length7 ft.
- MaterialSteel, Brass, Aluminum And Polyurethane
- Drum Cover Dia.12"
- ApplicationFor High Pressure Greasing In Garages
- IncludesDrum Cover, Rubber Lining Follower Plate, High Pressure Grease Hose Fitted with Grease Control Valve with Z Swivel
Compliance and Restrictions
This product contains a chemical that is regulated under California Proposition 65.
Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.
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