11860-0005

Jabsco 1 Electro-Magnetic Clutch Pump

Jabsco 1 Electro-Magnetic Clutch Pump

Description

The Jabsco 1 Electro-Magnetic Clutch Pump is constructed from marine quality bronze and stainless steel for ruggedness and reliability.

Features

  • Will Not Airlock
  • Can Pump in Either Direction
  • Handles Hard and Soft Solids Without Clogging
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$829.12
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$615.30
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Details

Flow rate: Nominal 23 US Gallons/min at 1750 RPM
Self-priming from dry up to 7.8ft

Will tolerate abrasive wear (this may affect performance - seek advice from your distributor).

APPLICATIONS MARINE:
Engine cooling, Pumping bilges, Wash downs, Circulating water in bait tanks, Utility dockside pump.

INDUSTRIAL:
Circulating and transferring, Velocity mixing, Return spill, Sump drainage, Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Soap, Liquors, Ink, Dyes, Alcohol, Tanning Liquors, Glycerin, Brine, etc.

FARMING:
Pumping water for stock, Pumping water from shallow wells and cisterns.

PUBLIC UTILITIES AND MUNICIPALITIES:
Under the hood mounting on service trucks for dewatering and draining meter boxes, manholes, excavations, and truck installation under hood for emergency pumping.

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Jabsco 1 Electro-Magnetic Clutch Pump 11860-0005 1 Electro-Magnetic Clutch Pump, 12V
$615.30
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