Polypropylene Piston Hand Pump, Pump, Ounces per Stroke: 128 oz.
- Item # 48RH27
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # DEFR12068010
- Catalog Page # N/A
- UNSPSC # 40151529
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- Item Piston Hand Pump
- Action Type Pump
- Housing Material Polypropylene
- Wetted Materials EPDM
- Discharge Tubing Material Polyethylene
- Hose Material EPDM
- Piston Material Polyethylene
- For Use With For Dispensing Diesel Exhaust Fluid
- GPM 1
- Max. Pressure 5 psi
- Ounces per Stroke 128 oz.
- Inlet Size 3/4"
- Outlet Size 3/4"
- Discharge Tube Outlet ID Size 3/4"
- Discharge Tube Outlet OD Size 3/4"
- Discharge Tube Length 10 ft.
- Hose Length 10 ft.
- Suction Tube Outlet O.D. Size 3/3"
- Suction Tube Outlet I.D. Size 3/4"
- Suction Tube Type Polypropylene
- Metered No
- Adapter Type 2" Bung
- Adapter Material Polypropylene
- Adapter Dia. 2"
- Includes 2" Bung Adapter, Expandable Down Tube, 10 ft. DEF Dispense Hose and Poly Nozzle
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 90 Days
- Max. Head 3 ft.
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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