1/2 HP Polypropylene 115V Magnetic Drive Pump, 29 ft. Max. Head
- Item# 15R529
- Mfr. Model# DB5.5P-E-M622
- Catalog Page# N/A
- UNSPSC# 40151564
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- Item Magnetic Drive Pump
- HP 1/2
- Voltage 115
- Full Load Amps 4.6
- Inlet 1" FNPT
- Outlet 3/4" MNPT
- Motor Type PSC
- Motor Enclosure TEFC
- GPM of Water @ 3 Ft. of Head 30
- GPM of Water @ 6 Ft. of Head 30
- GPM of Water @ 9 Ft. of Head 28
- GPM of Water @ 15 Ft. of Head 25
- GPM of Water @ 18 Ft. of Head 22
- GPM of Water @ 24 Ft. of Head 17
- Max. Head 29 ft.
- Length 14-1/16"
- Width 7-5/8"
- Height 7-7/16"
- Operating Pressure 12.6 psi
- Housing Material Polypropylene
- Impeller Material Polypropylene w/Carbon Bushing
- Max. Specific Gravity 1.8
- Max. Viscosity 150 CPS
- Mounting Close Coupled
- Bearing Type Thrust & Radial
- Cord Length 12 ft.
- Cord Type 18-3 STW w/ NEMA 5-15P Plug
- Design Centrifugal
- Gasket Material EPDM
- Series DB5.5
- Application Sodium Hydroxide, Acids, Caustics, Plating Solutions, DI-Water
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