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Hydrostatic Test Pump, Electric, 1/2 HP
- Item # 6GDV5
- Mfr. Model # 39300
- UNSPSC # 40151557
- Catalog Page # 3700
- Shipping Weight 34.87 lbs.
- Item Hydrostatic Test Pump, Electric
- Type Twin Piston, Positive Displacement
- Inlet 3/4" Female GHT
- Outlet 9/16"-18 JCIF Male
- Discharge Hose 1/4" ID x 10 Ft., 1/4 MNPT x 9/16-18 JICF Female Swivel
- GPM 4
- Max. Pressure 300 psi
- HP 1/2
- Engine RPM 1725
- Engine/Motor Type Electric
- Voltage 115/230
- Phase 1
- Hz 50/60
- Shaft Size 1/2"
- Gauge Glycerin Filled, 0 to 600 psi
- Length 14"
- Width 10"
- Height 12"
- Lubrication Chassis Grease
- Relief Valve Adjustable Pressure
- Material of Construction Metal
- Features Built-In Adjustable Pressure Regulator
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This pump is only designed for testing lines and should not be used for line filling, additionally; it is only designed for use with clean water.
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Yes this has an adjustible relief with a gauge, you can adjust the pressure to test at 180 PSI .
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