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Flojet LF122005D LF Series Motor Driven Diaphragm Pump - 40 PSI, 1 GPM, 12 VDC, 3/8In. Straight Celcon Hose Barb, Geolast Diaphragm

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A reciprocating diaphragm pump for use chemical wash down, fluid transfer and RO filtration systems. Constructed with corrosion resistant materials. Accepts 12 VDC electric connections.
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Technical Specifications

Inlet Port: 3/8 inch
Voltage DC: 12
Certifications: CSA
Amps: 2.5
Liquid Temperature: 110 degrees F
Max PSI: 40
Max GPM: 1

Product Description

Low Flow Diaphragm Pump

Flojet's LFP122005D is part of the LF series pumps used for chemical wash down, fluid transfer and reverse osmosis filtration applications. Pump features a motor driven design house in a polypropylene housing, Viton check valve, stainless steel check valve spring and Geolast diaphragm. Compatible with 12 VDC electrical connections. Equipped with 3/8" Celcon hose barb 360° quick connect swivel ports for complete freedom of port orientation.

  • Pump Design: Reciprocating diaphragm
  • Max Pressure: 40 PSI
  • Maximum Flow Rate: 1.0 GPM at open flow
  • Duty Cycle: Intermittent
  • Housing Material: Polypropylene
  • Diaphragm: Geolast® 
  • Check Valve Material: Viton®
  • Check Valve Spring: 316 Stainless steel
  • Port Type: Quick disconnect - 3/8" HB Straight
  • Self Priming: Up to 6ft
  • Liquid Temperature: 110°F maximum
  • Motor Type: Permanent magnet motor
  • Motor Voltage: 12 VDC
  • Current for 12 VDC: 2.5 amps @ 25 psi
  • Certifications: CSA
  • Weight: 1.25lbs (0.5kg)
  • General Industrial
  • Chemical wash down
  • Evaporative Cooling Systems
  • Fluid Transfer
  • RO Filtration
  • Food & Beverage
  • Food Processing
  • Water Dispense
  • Agricultural
  • Fogging / Misting
  • ATV & Backpack Sprayers
  • Automotive
  • De-watering

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm (For more information go to

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