5 HP Sludge Pump with Cast Iron Base Material and Cast Iron Housing
- Item # 12U573
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 12U573
- Catalog Page # 2618
- UNSPSC # 40151517
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This pump is designed for fluid transfer applications where the fluid contains a high percentage of solids or has high viscosity. Typically used in mining and manufacturing operations, it's made with hardened materials that resist wear from the solids suspended in the unit. It is designed to operate continuously and is usually controlled with a pump control panel.
- Item Sludge Pump
- Pump HP 5
- Voltage - Pumps 460VAC
- Input Phase AC 3
- Max. Head - Pumps 46 ft.
- Pump Body Material Cast Iron
- Discharge NPT 4"
- Pump Type Manual
- Cord Length - Pumps 20 ft.
- Cord Size 14/4C
- Cord Type SOW
- GPM of Water @ 5 Ft. of Head 710
- GPM of Water @ 10 Ft. of Head 662
- GPM of Water @ 15 Ft. of Head 600
- GPM of Water @ 20 Ft. of Head 505
- GPM of Water @ 25 Ft. of Head 400
- GPM of Water @ 30 Ft. of Head 290
- GPM of Water @ 35 Ft. of Head 180
- GPM of Water @ 40 Ft. of Head 75
- GPM of Water @ 45 Ft. of Head 12
- Height 29-5/16"
- Diameter 16-13/16"
- Amps - Pumps 9.90
- Base Material Cast Iron
- Impeller Material - Pumps Cast Iron
- Length 16-13/16"
- Width 12-1/2"
- Max. Diameter Solids 3"
- Max. Liquid Temp. 140 Degrees F
- Min. Sump Pit Dia. 96"
- Motor Type 3-Phase
- Thermal Protection None
- Motor RPM 1750
- Hz 60
- Insulation Class H
- Bearing Type Ball
- Shaft Seal Material - Pumps Ceramic, Silicon Carbide, Stainless Steel
- Duty Continuous
- Application Liquids Transfer, Sludge Pump are Designed to Pump Effluent or Wastewater, Nonexplosive and Noncorrosive Liquids.
- Agency Compliance CUS
- Item - Sludge Pumps Sludge Pump
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