Webasto KoolAir PM1000 Sea Water Magnetic Drive Pump - Run Dry Capability - 115V

Webasto KoolAir PM1000 Sea Water Magnetic Drive Pump - Run Dry Capability - 115V
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Webasto KoolAir PM1000 Sea Water Magnetic Drive Pump - Run Dry Capability - 115V

The Koolair PM1000-115 ODP (Open Drip Proof Motor Enclosure Model) is a seal-less centrifugal magnetic pump drive (10 lbs) generating a maximum flow of 17.2 gallons per minute with a maximum head of 27' at 11.7 PSI.The pump is dry run protected to withstand thermal overloads without failure. When cooled, the pump will resume operating normally.

Materials exposed to the solution (wet end) are Reinforced Polypropylene, Buna N, Cupro Nickel, Ceramic, and Ceramic Magnet. When submerged, Epoxy, Stainless Steel, Polysulfone, and the Cord will also come in contact with the solution.
The inlet connection is a 1" female pipe thread and the outlet is 1/2" male pipe thread.
Includes fully integrated, heavy duty marine base, as well as the original base
The motor is a 1 Phase 115V, 1/8 Horsepower motor, running on either 50 or 60 HZ
Maximum internal pressure is 50 PSI and the maximum liquid temperature is 130° Fahrenheit or 54° Celsius.

  • Max Flow: 17.2 GPM 58.4 LPM
  • Max Head: 27FT 6M
  • Power: 1/8 HP .093 KW
  • Electrical: 115V 50/60 HZ
  • Submersible: NO
  • Inlet: 1" FPT
  • Outlet: 1/2" MPT
  • Wet End: Reinforced Polypropylene (Front and Rear Housing, Impeller), Cupro Nickel (Cooling Tube), Buna N (O-Ring, Cooling Tube Seal), Ceramic (Shaft, Thrust Washer), Ceramic Magnet

Koolair PM1000-115 ODP (Open Drip Proof Motor Enclosure Model) Magnetic Drive Pump (10lbs) 1"FPT Inlet 1/2"MPT Outlet, 17 GPM @ 27 Feet of Head (54.8 LPM @ 11.7 PSI). Non submersible motor. Includes fully integrated marine base. Features run dry protection. 1/8 HP (.093 KW) 115 volt 50/60HZ.
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