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1HP Impeller 316L Stainless Steel Electric Operated Drum Pump, 15 GPM, 10,000 RPM
- Item # 3PXK1
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 3PXK1
- Catalog Page # 2665
- UNSPSC # 40151529
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- Shipping Weight 27.67 lbs.
Country of Origin USA Country of Origin is subject to change.
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This FDA-compliant pump is suitable for transferring cosmetics, food products, juice concentrates, lotions, and pharmaceuticals directly from drums, kettles, or other storage containers. A proprietary threaded design lets you easily clean, inspect, and maintain the pump.
- Item Electric Operated Drum Pump
- Voltage 110VAC
- Hz 60
- Phase 1
- HP 1
- Motor Enclosure Totally Enclosed Fan-Cooled
- Motor Type Electric AC
- Housing Material 316L Stainless Steel
- Wetted Materials 316L Stainless Steel, PTFE, Buna
- For Use With Food Products Transfer
- GPM 15
- Max. Pressure 32 psi
- Max. Viscosity 1000 CPS
- Max. GPM for Oil 7
- Max. GPM for Water 16
- Inlet Size 1-5/8"
- Outlet Size 1-1/4"
- Suction Tube Length 39"
- Suction Tube Type Impeller
- Metered No
- DEF Compatible No
- Agency Compliance FDA Compliant
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 3 yr.
- Includes Hose Barb
- Height 53"
- Max. Head 70 ft.
- Max. Liquid Temp. 175 Degrees F
- Self-Priming Yes
- Standards FDA Compliant
- Overall Length 53"
- RPM 10,000
- Application Food Products Transfer
- Max. Temp. 175 Degrees F
- Gasket Material Buna-N
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