Stub Oil Pump And Spigot, Air Operated
- Item# 3APF2
- Mfr. Model# 3APF2
- Catalog Page# 1212
- UNSPSC# 40151524
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- Item Stub Oil Pump And Spigot
- Type Air Operated
- Air Motor Size (In.) 2-1/2
- Pump Ratio 3:1
- Container Size Stub
- Consumption @ 100 PSI 61 GPM
- Working Flow Max. (GPM) 3.7
- Min. Air Inlet Pressure 85
- Max. Air Inlet PSI 115
- Outlet Pressure Max. (PSI) 345
- Air Inlet (In.) 1/4
- Fluid In/Out NPT (F) 1-1/2
- Output 3.70 GPM
- Max. Output 3.7 gpm
- Fluid Inlet Thread (In.) 1 FNPT
- Fluid Outlet Thread (In.) 1/2 FNPT
- For Use With Mineral Based Oils Such As Engine, Gear, Hydraulic Up To SAE 130, Diesel, And Kerosene
- Includes Oil Pump Complete With Bung Nut, Oil Spigot And Piping Connectors
Compliance and Restrictions
This product contains a chemical that is regulated under California Proposition 65.
Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.
Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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