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Geotech Redi-Flo2 VFD Pump Controller

Geotech Redi-Flo2 VFD Pump Controller

Description

The Geotech Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) is designed to operate and protect the Redi-Flo2 pump.

Features

  • Control discharge flow rate for better accuracy and precision during sampling
  • Choose from either 120V or 230V single-phase AC input power
  • Optional NEMA 4X enclosure for outdoor use and wash down applications
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The Geotech Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) is designed to operate and protect the Redi-Flo2 pump. With the turn of a knob, an operator can precisely control the discharge flow rate from the pump from 8 GPM (30 LPM) to 100 milliliters per minute, to depths down to 280 feet (85m).

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