Chem Metering Pump,Fixed,11/32 HP,230VAC
- Item # 45YR40
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 45YR40
- Catalog Page # 2682
- UNSPSC # 41105105
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- Item - Chemical Metering Pumps Chemical Metering Pump
- Chemical Metering Pump Type Peristaltic
- Max. Flow (GPD) - Pumps 143.97 GPD
- Max. Pressure - Pumps 125 psi
- Voltage - Pumps 230VAC
- Max. Viscosity - Pumps 2000 cP
- HP - Pumps 11/32
- Phase - Pumps 3
- Flow Rate Output Control Fixed
- Flow Rate 0.16 gpm/0.60Lpm
- Pump RPM 17
- Turn Down Ratio 10:1
- Self-Priming Yes
- Suction Lift 30 ft.
- Reproducibility +/-5%
- Motor RPM 1700
- Body Material Aluminum
- Tubing Material Nitrile
- Seals and O-Rings EPDM, Buna-N
- Head and Fitting Material Stainless Steel 316
- Height 18-1/4"
- Length 10"
- Width 12-1/2"
- Number of Feeds 1
- Cord Length Hardwired Installation Required
- Min. Flow Rate 143.97 gpd
- cc/Min. 606
- Hz 60
- Standards uL, CuL, CE
- Includes Shim Kit, Hose Lubricant
- Features Constant Speed Motor, Cast Aluminum Pump Housing, Stainless Steel Hose Connections
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