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Finish Thompson Drum & Fuel Pump: Stainless Steel, Hose Barb, 15.0 gpm Max Flow Rate, 7 gpm Max Oil Flow Rate, Ball

Item # 839Z271

$1,064.00 Each

Product Specs

Housing Material: Stainless Steel
Discharge Type: Hose Barb
Maximum Flow Rate: 15.0 gpm
Maximum Oil Flow Rate: 7 gpm
Maximum Head: 17 ft
Overall Height: 56 5⁄8 in
Maximum Operating Pressure: 7.4 psi
Maximum Viscosity: 300 cps
Maximum Fluid Temperature: 212 ° F
For Chemical Type: Light Acids; Sodium Hypochlorite (Bleach); Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF)
Application: Light acids and bases; Solvents; Sodium hypochlorite; Cleaners; Coolants; DEF-AdBlue (Diesel Exhaust Fluid)
Bearing: Ball
Bung Adapter Included: Yes
Discharge Hose Included: Yes
Discharge Hose Length: 5 ft
Discharge Hose Material: PVC
Discharge Tubing: Yes
Display Sell UOM: EA
Environment: Hazardous Locations
Features: Dual Speed Adjustable Motors; Tubes Interchangeable With Motors; Lightweight; Economical
For Container Type: Drum
For Fluid Type: Solvents; Fuel Oils
Includes: (1) Pump; (1) Motor; (1) Hose; (1) Clamp
Inlet Size: 1 1⁄4 in
Manufacturer Warranty Length: 1 yr
Maximum Head Pressure: 7.4 psi
Maximum Operating Temperature: 212 ° F
Maximum Water Flow Rate: 15 gpm
Minimum Operating Temperature: 0 ° F
Outlet Size: 3⁄4 in
Overall Width: 7 1⁄2 in
Power Source: Air-Operated
Specifications Met: EN ISO 12100; EN 809
Spout Included: Yes
Suction Tube Included: Yes
Suction Tube Length: 40 in
Suction Tube OD: 1 1⁄4 in
Wetted Material: Fluoroelastomer; EPDM; Perlast; PTFE; ETFE; Stainless Steel
Manufacturer Part Number: EFS-40/S4

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Country Of Origin

  • USA

About Air-Operated Drum & Barrel Pumps

Easily transfer solvents, fuels, oils, cleaners, and paints from storage containers without tipping them. Also known as stub pumps, these air-operated pumps mount to openings on the tops of drums, barrels, or storage tanks. Fluid is drawn up by a compressed air motor. Less likely to create sparks than electric-operated pumps, these pumps are safer for use in hazardous environments. They're commonly used for agricultural, automotive, and industrial applications.