Aluminum Hand Operated Drum Pump, Lever, Ounces per Stroke: 16 oz.
- Item # 4HA26
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 4HA26
- Catalog Page # 2727
- UNSPSC # 40151529
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- Item Hand Operated Drum Pump
- Action Type Lever
- Housing Material Aluminum
- Wetted Materials Aluminum, Steel Polyethylene, Buna
- Discharge Tubing Material Steel
- Piston Material Polyethylene
- For Use With Motor Oils, Cutting Oil
- Ounces per Stroke 16 oz.
- Max. Viscosity 1500 SSU
- Inlet Size 1"
- Outlet Size 7/8" OD
- Discharge Tube Outlet ID Size 11/16"
- Discharge Tube Outlet OD Size 7/8"
- Discharge Tube Length 10-1/2"
- Suction Tube Length 40"
- Suction Tube Outlet O.D. Size 1-1/4"
- Suction Tube Type 3-Piece Tube
- Adapter Type 2" Bung
- Adapter Material Aluminum
- Adapter Dia. 2"
- Includes Drip Tray, High Angle Discharge Spout
- Max. Liquid Temp. 140 Degrees F
- Self-Priming Yes
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