3/4HP Noryl Pedestal Pump, 1-1/2 Inlet (In.)
- Item # 2YEX1
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 2YEX1
- Catalog Page # 2639
- UNSPSC # 40151503
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- Item Pedestal Pump
- HP Required 3/4
- Inlet (In.) 1-1/2
- Wetted Materials Noryl, SS, Viton, Carbon, Ceramic
- Impeller Material Noryl
- Housing Material Noryl
- Seal Material Viton, Noryl (TM), Carbon, Ceramic
- GPM of Water @ 10 Ft. of Head 37
- GPM of Water @ 20 Ft. of Head 33
- GPM of Water @ 30 Ft. of Head 29
- GPM of Water @ 40 Ft. of Head 24
- GPM of Water @ 50 Ft. of Head 18
- GPM of Water @ 60 Ft. of Head 10
- GPM of Water @ 70 Ft. of Head 2
- Max. Specific Gravity 1.0
- Impeller Type Closed
- Bearing Type Ball
- Duty Continuous
- Port Rotation 4 Position Increments
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
- For Use With Nonflammable and Non-abrasive liquid
- Includes Manual
- Best Efficiency GPM @ Head 23 @ 41 ft.
- Height 7-1/2"
- Inlet 1-1/2"
- Inlet Pressure 75 psi
- Length 9-1/3"
- Max. Case Pressure 100 psi
- Max. Head 84 ft.
- Outlet 1-1/2"
- Width 7-5/8"
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