10-13350-03

Johnson Pump Viking Power 16 Waste Pumps

Johnson Pump Viking Power 16 Waste Pumps

Description

The Johnson Pump Viking Power 16 Waste pump is a modern, single-chamber, self-priming diaphragm pump that can be set up in several different pump/motor configurations.

Features

  • Easy To Install Anywhere
  • Non Choke Valves Mean That No In-Line Filters Are Necessary
  • Pump Can Run Dry And It Can Also Handle A Mixture of Air and Water Without Difficulty
List Price
$256.45
Your Price
$172.01
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details



The Viking Power 16 is self-priming up to a height of 3 meters.

With its low pulse and muffled rubber bracket, this pump offers quiet operation. Specifically designed to pump waste water, the Viking Power 16 has been built to last, and engineered for easy maintenance. When it comes time to replace the premium grade reinforced nitrile rubber diaphragm, you can put in a spare without even removing the pump from the system. Delivered with 1" hose and 3/4" hose 1/2" BSP KlickTite™ XL connectors. 90° KlickTite™ XL connectors available as extra accessory.

Capacity, Open Flow:16 l/min - 4.2 GPM
Capacity at 0.1 bar: 15 l/min - 4.0 GPM
Max Lift:3M - 9.8'
Max Head:3M - 9.8'
Connection: KlickTite™ XL connectors for 1" hose or 3/4" hose and 1/2" BSP threads; straight and 90°(optional)

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Johnson Pump Viking Power 16 Waste Pumps 10-13350-03 Viking Power 16 Waste Pump, 12V
$172.01
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Johnson Pump Viking Power 16 Waste Pump - 24V 10-13350-04 Viking Power 16 Waste Pump, 24V
$172.01
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