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Flojet 03521501A High Flow Electric Triplex Diaphragm Pump - 12V, 4 GPM, 60 PSI

Brand:
Mfr. Model #:
03521501A
KR Part #:
FP03521501
Weight:
5.80 lbs
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MSRP
$224.66
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$162.80
Polypropylene pump with Santoprene diaphragms and Viton check valves. Designed for intermittent duty cycles. 60 PSI max pressure, 4 GPM max flow rate, and 140° max liquid temperature.
 
 

Technical Specifications

Inlet Port: 3/4 inch
Max GPM: 4
Max PSI: 60
Max Temperature: 140 degrees F
Voltage DC: 12

Product Description

12 Volt Polypropylene High Flow Pump

The Flojet 03521501A Electric Diaphragm Pump is part of the Triplex Hi-Flow line of pumps. This polypropylene 12 volt pump features Santoprene diaphragms and Viton check valves that allow it to be used with a wide variety of chemicals. It has a 60 PSI pressure switch, a 4 GPM maximum flow rate, and can be used with liquids up to 140° Fahrenheit. Ports include a 3/4" female NPT inlet and a 3/8" female NPT outlet.

The Flojet Triplex Hi-Flow Series pumps are designed for a wide range of applications like fluid transfer, delivery, spraying, cooling, filtration, dispensing, and pressure boosting. They are self-priming and can run dry without causing damage to the pump. Hi-Flow pumps are made for intermittent duty cycles where they run continuously for short periods of time.

Dimensions: 4.14" Wide x 4.30" Tall

Specifications:

  • Voltage: 12 volt DC
  • Motor Design: Permanent magnet DC
  • Diaphragm Elastomer: Santoprene
  • Check Valve Elastomer: Viton
  • Pump Head Material: Polypropylene
  • Maximum Pressure: 60 PSI switch cutoff, 50 PSI maximum running pressure
  • Liquid Temperature Range: 40° to 140° Fahrenheit (4° to 60° Celcius)
  • Wiring: Standard 18 AWG leads
  • Port Sizes: 3/4" FNPT inlet, 3/8" FNPT outlet
  • Weight: 5.05 lbs.

Features:

  • Constructed from materials that handle a broad range of chemicals
  • Self priming up to 8'
  • Can be located above supply tank
  • Can run dry for extended periods without damage

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