Turnkey DEF Transfer System,115VAC
- Item # 45NA95
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 970014-AC
- Catalog Page # N/A
- UNSPSC # 40151532
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- Item Turnkey DEF Transfer System
- HP 1/10
- Voltage 115VAC
- Hose Dia. 3/4"
- Hose Length 20 ft.
- Housing Material Polyproplylene
- Nozzle Type Automatic
- Bearing Type Sealed Ball
- Bypass Valve Internal
- Duty Cycle 6 min. to 11 Min.
- For Use With Diesel Exhaust Fluid, Antifreeze, Clean Water
- GPM 8
- Includes Pump, Hanger Bracket, Nozzle Holder, Drip Cup, Digital Turbine Meter
- Inlet Size 3/4"
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 30 Days Manufacturing Defects, 2 yr. Pump
- Max. Viscosity 0.01 cP
- Metered Yes
- Nozzle Material Polypropylene, Stainless Steel
- Outlet Size 3/4"
- Pressure Range 23 psi
- Pump Design Nutating Diaphragm
- RPM 1730
- Seal Material EPDM
- Seal Type Mechanical
- Self-Priming Yes
- Suction Tube Length 4 ft.
- Transfer Pump Application Agriculture, Automotive, Construction, Farming, Industrial, Marine, Trucking
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This item is restricted for international sale.
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