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General PEHT2012SL Emperor Pump Left Shaft 4.76 GPM, 3000 PSI

Brand:
Mfr. Model #:
PEHT2012SL
KR Part #:
GPEHT2012SL
Weight:
21.00 lbs
GTIN:
682491125976
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MSRP
$2,136.61
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$708.28

General Pump Platinum Emperor Series pumps are perfect for car wash and high pressure cleaning applications! Note: picture shows right shaft, but this is a left hand pump.

 
 

Technical Specifications

RPM: 1750
Bore: 20 millimeter
Stroke: 20 millimeter
Shaft Diameter: 24 millimeter
Max Temperature: 185 degrees F
Max PSI: 3000
Max GPM: 4.76
Inlet Port: 1/2 inch
Horsepower: 9.8
Crankcase Capacity: 22 ounce

Product Description

Left Shaft Platinum Emperor Pump 4.76 GPM

This General Pump Platinum Emperor pump features patented high tech packings. The packings include a dynamic low-pressure seal retainer, low-pressure seal, intermediate ring, and high-pressure seal. 

This pump has solid ceramic plungers, a forged stainless steel manifold, a nickel-plated crankcase, and heavy-duty tapered roller bearings. It is designed to handle rigorous duty cycles, high temperatures, and chemicals. 

Dimensions: 10.4" x 8.8" x 5.4" 

  • Dual lip oil seal for better oil and water sealing
  • Nickel-plated crankcase for higher corrosion resistance
  • Increased sliding surface of the plunger guide for stability, reduced friction, and reduced wear
  • Optimized outlet valves
  • Special seals for car wash applications up to 185 degrees F
  • Plunger fastening system eliminates the risk of pressure build-up
  • Forged stainless steel manifold is nickel-plated for optimum corrosion resistance
  • Large diameter of sight glass for easy oil checking
  • Oversized connecting rods for better lubrication
  • Large oil capacity for excellent cooling and lubrication
  • Oversized premium tapered roller bearings
  • Dual diameter plunger guide: rolled oil seal sliding surface reduces risk of oil leaks and extends seal life
  • Dust protection chamber between crankcase and manifold
  • Made in Italy

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Frequently Asked Questions

Question:How do you determine left or right shaft? - Corey (02/19/2021)
Response:Whatever side the shaft sticks out while you are looking directly at the pump head.
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