1/4 HP Stainless Steel Piston Electric Operated Drum Pump, 10 GPM, 3450 RPM
- Item# 3DYK1
- Mfr. Model# DTTS013
- Catalog Page# 3331
- UNSPSC# 40151529
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- Item Electric Operated Drum Pump
- Voltage 115VAC
- Hz 60
- Phase 1
- HP 1/4
- Motor Enclosure Totally Enclosed Fan-Cooled
- Motor Type Electric AC
- Housing Material Stainless Steel
- Wetted Materials Stainless Steel, PTFE
- Discharge Tubing Material PVC
- For Use With Chemical Transfer
- GPM 10
- Max. Pressure 4.32 psi
- Max. Viscosity 400 CPS
- Max. GPM for Oil 7
- Max. GPM for Water 10
- Inlet Size 1-1/2"
- Outlet Size 1" Barb
- Discharge Tube Outlet ID Size 1"
- Discharge Tube Outlet OD Size 1-5/16"
- Discharge Tube Length 1"
- Suction Tube Length 40"
- Suction Tube Outlet O.D. Size 1-1/2"
- Suction Tube Type Constant
- Metered No
- Adapter Material Polypropylene
- DEF Compatible No
- Agency Compliance CSA
- Includes Motor, Hose and Clamp
- Height 40"
- Max. Head 10 ft.
- Max. Liquid Temp. 150 Degrees F
- Self-Priming Yes
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