Steel, Brass, Aluminum Air Operated, 1:1 Oil Ratio Drum Pump
- Item# 5UWG6
- Mfr. Model# 5UWG6
- Catalog Page# 3332
- UNSPSC# 40151529
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- Item Drum Pump
- Max. Flow GPM 10.60
- Max. GPM for Oil 10.60
- Discharge Size FPT (In.) 3/4
- Outlet Size 3/4" FNPT
- Cylinder Material Aluminum, Steel
- Adapter Material Aluminium, Zinc
- Adapter Type Sliding Bung with 2" Drum Thread
- DEF Compatible No
- Ratio 1:1
- GPM 10.60
- Height 2-1/2"
- For Use With Low to Medium Viscosity Oils (Up to SAE 80 Oils) for Dispensing Over Distances Up to 5 Meters
- Includes Pump with Bung Adaptor, Nipple for Connecting Air Filter, Suction Tube
- Housing Material Steel, Aluminum, Brass
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 Year
- Max. Head 26 ft.
- Max. Pressure 145
- Max. Air Inlet (PSI) 145
- Max. Liquid Temp. 140 Degrees F
- Self-Priming Yes
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