10-13329-103

Johnson Pump Flow Master 5.0 GPH Variable Flow Demand Pump

Johnson Pump Flow Master 5.0 GPH Variable Flow Demand Pump

Description

The Johnson Pump Flow Master 5.0 GPH Variable Flow Demand Pump adjusts water flow as the demand is increased and decreased while maintaining a very smooth flow.

Features

  • Capacity: 19 l/min - 5 GPM
  • Pressure Cut Off: 3.5 bar - 50 psi
  • Fuze Size: 15 A
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The ideal choice for pressurizing water in a closed system.The unique variable flowfeature of the Flow Master pump allows the pump to be mounted without an accumulator tank and still maintain an even flow regardless if one or multiple taps are being used.

Features:

  • Connection:3/8" NPT / hose 1/2"; 1/2" NPT / hose 3/4"; 1/2" NPT 3/4" hose 1/2 CTS
  • Dimensions: 239 mm/9.4" long x 209 mm/8.22" wide x 113 mm/4.49" high
  • Weight: 2 kg/4.5 lbs
  • Motor: WPS 5.0 - 150 W, 12/24V DC (with built-in thermal protection)
  • Body: Nylon/Polypropylene
  • Valves: Santoprene/EPDM
  • Diaphragm: Santoprene
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