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Johnson Pump CM90 Circulation Pump - 23.7GPM - 12V - 1-1/2" Outlet

Johnson Pump CM90 Circulation Pump - 23.7GPM - 12V - 1-1/2" Outlet
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CM90 Circulation Pump - 23.7GPM - 12V - 1-½" Outlet

A line of compact magnetic driven centrifugal pumps which combine high flow
rates with very low electric current consumption. Suitable for fresh water,
ethylene glycol and salt water circulation.

System Pressure: -0.3 to +3.0 bar; stationary max. 4.0 bar
Liquid: water/glycol mixture; max. 60% glycol, fresh and salt water
Motor Service Life: More than 5,000 hours at nominal voltage 10,000
start/stops. Interchangeable motor.
Motor, Voltage: Nominal 13.6V DC for use between 10-16V Nominal 27.2V
DC for use between 20-32V
Input Power: Max. 125W
Dry Running: 30 minutes
Dimensions: 244mm (L) x 120mm (W) x 150mm (H)
Ports:Ø 20mm (3/4") & Ø 38mm (1-1/2")
Weight: 3.0kg (6.6lbs)
Body: PPA, glass-fiber reinforced
Mounting: Separate universal bracket for flat surfaces
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Johnson Pump CM90 Circulation Pump - 23.7GPM - 12V - 1-1/2" Outlet 10-24664-09 JOHNSON PUMP CM90 MAG-DRIVE CIRCULATING PUMP 1 1/2" , 12V
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