The Jabsco Bronze AC Motor Pump Unit can be used for bait tank circulation, transfer oil, wash down, and utility dock pumps.
Flow rate: up to 9.6 USgpm, maximum head 40ft (17.3psi)
Self-priming from dry up to 7.8ft
Handles hard and soft solids without clogging.
The Open Drip Proof Motor Features:
Bait tank circulation, transfer oil, wash down, and utility dock pumps.
Circulate coolant on machine tools, industrial filling systems, utility shop pump, transfer gum arabic, transfer distilled water, recharge water softeners, ice water recirculation, hydrostatic pressure testing, vacuum pump, and aspirating pump.
FOOD, BEVERAGE, & DAIRY:
Circulate cooling water, defrost refrigeration coils, fill drums, wash down equipment and floors, and utility pump.
Fill and empty tubs and pools, empty basements, cesspools, water systems, water lawns and gardens, remove water from low areas, and recharge water softeners.
Empty clogged sumps, drains, sinks and tubs, and pump out water closets.
Fill tractor tires, fill water tanks, pump out silo pits, liquid manures, transfer oil, and flush and clean animal pens.
Remove water from excavations, supply water to mortar boxes and cement mixing, and washdown equipment.
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|6050-0003||Bronze AC Motor Pump, 115 VAC, Open Drip Proof Motor||
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