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U102-C Gear Pump

U102-C

U102-C Gear Pump

Materials:

Body: Cast lron (Spray-Painted)

seals: Buna-N

Technical Specifications:

Power:750-1000W

Flow Rate:45~55L/min

Rotary speed :800~1000rpm

Noise:<=68dB

Vacuum :>=0.054Mpa

Pressure Drop:0.12-0.25Mpa

Air separation ability:20%

Features :

Positive displacement,self priming,internal adjustable bypass valve

Designed for quiet, vibration-free operation.Reusable suction

strainer filter and reverse check valve inside adapted

Check and relief valve inside adapted

100% tested before Ex-Factory

Package:

Product ID Net Weight Cross Weight Dimension

U102-C 32kg/case of 1 32.5kg/case of 1 27×35× 42cm/case of 1

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