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CAT Pumps 340BD53 Triplex Plunger 340 Pump Motorized Unit - 1800 PSI, 4 GPM, 1725 RPM

Brand:
Mfr. Model #:
340BD53
KR Part #:
PU00340BD53
Weight:
113.00 lbs
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MSRP
$4,354.00
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$2,197.04
This motorized pump unit features a CAT 340 triplex plunger pump and an electric 8029ES motor. 1800 PSI, 4 GPM, 1725 RPM, 5 HP.
Freight Only

Freight Only

 
 

Technical Specifications

Phase: Three
Bore: 20 millimeter
Stroke: 10 millimeter
Shaft Diameter: 20 millimeter
Max Temperature: 190 degrees F
RPM: 1725
Crankcase Capacity: 18 ounce
Max PSI: 1800
Max GPM: 4
Inlet Port: 1/2 inch
Horsepower: 5
Voltage DC: 230/460

Product Description

340 Pump and 8029ES Motor Combo

The CAT Pumps 340BD53 motorized pump unit combines a 340 model pump with a 8029ES motor in one convenient unit. The 340 is a triplex plunger pump designed for high-efficiency and low pulsation. Excellent for high-pressure cleaning systems at car washes.

Save time and money by getting a pump and motor that are guaranteed to be compatible with each other. Easy installation and safe, efficient operation.

Motor Specifications:

  • Horsepower: 5 HP
  • Phase: Three
  • RPM: 1725 RPM
  • Frame Size: 184TC-TEFC
  • Hertz: 50HZ
  • Volts: 230/460V
  • Maximum Amps: 15.0/13.2/6.6 Amps
  • Service Factor: 1
  • Maximum Ambient Temperature: 104° Fahrenheit
  • Shaft Diameter: 20 mm Hollow
  • Insulation: Class F
  • Assembly Mount Required: 8022

Pump Specifications:

  • Maximum Flow: 4 GPM
  • Pressure Range: 100-1800 PSI
  • RPM: 1725
  • Bore: 0.787"
  • Stroke: 0.394"
  • Crankcase Capacity: 18 oz.
  • Inlet Pressure Range: flooded to 60 psi
  • Inlet Port (2): 1/2" NPTF
  • Discharge Ports (2): 3/8" NPTF
  • Shaft Diameter: 0.787"
  • Maximum Temperature: 190° Fahrenheit
     

Motorized Unit Features:

  • No pulleys, belts, belt guards, or adjustments to consider
  • Easy assembly
  • Single source purchases
  • Motors - CSA and UL recognized (60 Hz), CSA Reference No. LR-2262, UL Reference No. E-46145

Installation Instructions:

Before installing motorized pump unit, check incoming voltage to be certain it does not exceed motor rating as this will result in motor damage. Instructions for electrical connection are on a decal on the motor housing. Qualified or trained personnel should install equipment. Equipment should be installed in accordance with the National Electrical Code, local codes and with NEMA MG1, Safety Standards for Construction and Guide for Selection, Installation and use of Electric Motors and Generators. Review your application flow and pressure requirements. Exceeding the rated pressure of the motorized unit may cause overheating of your motor, high amp draw and result in shortened motor life. See the data sheet under the Manuals tab for steps on how to assemble the electric motor and pump.

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