COMSV11 0.33 HP 316SS High Flow Straight Centrifugal Pump
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- Contract Catalog Item:
- Flow Rate:
- 24.8 gpm
- Cast Iron, Steel
- Maximum Temperature:
- Maximum Working Pressure:
- 100 psi
- Pedestal Mount
- Rotary Gear Pump
- Product Weight:
- 9 lbs.
- BRONZE ? Excellent for water-based fluids. Pumps have 303 stainless steel shafts. They include internal pressure relief valves and include carbon graphite drive shaft bushings. Packing Kevlar™/Teflon™ seal with temperature range of -20° to 210°F. Wet-end parts are constructed from 303 stainless steel, bronze, brass, vellumoid, carbon, graphite, Kevlar™, stainless steel (17-7, 300 series and/or 18-8) and Teflon™.CAST IRON ? Specifically designed for use with oil-based fluids. Not to be used with water-based fluids. Models include steel spur gears with steel shafts, cast iron shaft support, Viton™ lip seals having a temperature range of 32° to 280°F. Wet-end parts are constructed from cast iron, stainless steel (17-7, 300 series and/or 18-8), steel, vellumoid, and Viton™."
Shertech self-priming, positive displacement, external rotary gear pumps are ideal for a wide range of light-duty industrial, marine, agricultural, and commercial applications, providing a nearly pulseless flow and are designed specifically for reduced speed operations. Some models include an internal pressure relief valve. Motors are not included. Uses: For use with non-particulate and non-abrasive fluids compatible with pump wet-end construction component materials.
- Suction lift to 19.5 ft.
- Maximum viscosity of 100,000 SSU at reduced speed (max. input torque of 45 -160 in.-lbs.)
- Maximum working pressure - 100 psi
- Temperature ranges from -20 to 280¦F
- Seals - Viton® lip or Kevlar®/Teflon® packing type
- Bushings - Steel or carbon/graphite
- Maximum working pressure: 130 psi
- Pumps can operate bi-directionally (reversible). In the opposite rotation, the pump pressure relief valve, if equipped, will not function.
- BBV11, Page 08-85