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2.0 Amps 1/12 HP Flexible Impeller Pump, 17.3 psi, 3/4 MGHT
- Item # 3ACA4
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- Mfr. Model # 3ACA4
- Catalog Page # 2663
- UNSPSC # 40151504
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- Shipping Weight 4.15 lbs.
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Plastic self-priming pump has flexible nitrile impellers and lip seals to provide fluid transfer with no metal-to-metal contact.
- Item Pump
- Type Flexible Impeller
- HP 1/12
- Voltage 115VAC
- Amps 2.0
- Inlet/Outlet (In.) 3/4 MGHT
- Impeller Material Nitrile
- Length (In.) 6-3/4
- Width (In.) 4-3/4
- Height (In.) 3-3/8
- GPM of Water @ 10 Ft. of Head 3.4
- GPM of Water @ 30 Ft. of Head 1.3
- Max. Head (Ft.) 40
- Max. Pressure (PSI) 17.3
- Suction Lift (Ft.) 7.5
- Max. SSU @ 1725 RPM 3000
- GPM of Water @ 0 Ft. of Head 4.0
- GPM of Water @ 11 Ft. of Head 3.2
- GPM of Water @ 20 Ft. of Head 2.6
- GPM of Water @ 23 Ft. of Head 2.8
- GPM of Water @ 40 Ft. of Head 0.0
- Prime in Feet 7.5
- Housing Material Plastic
- Shaft Material Stainless Steel
- Seal Nitrile Lip
- Max. Viscosity 3000 SSU
- RPM 4000
- Self-Priming Yes
- Motor Type ODP
- Temp. Range (F) 185
- Application Pumps are used in a wide range of commercial, industrial, and agricultural applications where non-abrasive fluids compatible with the pump component materials are being used.
- Characteristics Positive Displacement Pumping Action Without Metal-to-Metal Contact.
- Includes Manual
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