1 HP Cast Iron 3-Piece Maintenance Free Hydronic Circulating Pump
- Item # 5YN76
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 624T
- Catalog Page # 2649
- UNSPSC # 40151504
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- Item Hydronic Circulating Pump
- HVAC Circulating Pump Type Hydronic Circulating Pump
- HP 1
- Voltage - Pumps 208 to 230/460VAC
- Phase - Pumps 3
- Connection Style Flange
- Inlet/Outlet Size 2"
- Shut-Off 32 ft.
- Housing Material - Pumps Cast Iron
- Max. GPM @ Head 135 gpm @ 18 ft.
- Series 60
- Face to Face Dimension 14"
- Best Efficiency GPM @ Head 100 gpm @ 26 ft.
- Min. GPM @ Head 25 gpm @ 32 ft.
- Drive Type Direct
- Height 7-7/8"
- Length 23-7/8"
- Width 9-7/8"
- Loop Configuration Closed
- Flange/Union Included Yes
- Includes Standard Suction and Discharge Vent
- Max. Operating Pressure 175 psi
- Max. Temp. 225 Degrees F
- Amps 3.4/1.7
- RPM 1750
- Number of Speeds 1
- Thermal Protection No
- Pump Mount Bronze
- Impeller Material Steel
- Shaft Material Buna/Carbon Ceramic
- Mechanical Seal Maintenance Free
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
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