Hydraulic Piston Pump, 195 mL/min, 115/230 VAC

YO-07128-20
$1,420.00 USD/EACH

Discontinued
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  • Use for conducting research and pilot plant studies, dispensing additives for food processing, injecting pesticides and herbicides into spraying apparatus
  • Adjust output from 0 to 100% of flow—even while pump is in operation
  • Precise metering accuracy is maintained over the full range of output and pressure
  • Durable pumps require little maintenance
  • Handle fluid viscosities to 250 cp
  • Open drip-proof motor is 1/4 hp
Cord and plug not included.
Wetted parts 303 stainless steel pump head and piston, seals of PTFE, and ceramic ball check valves
Max pressure 800 psi
Max viscosity (cp) 250
Max flow rate (mL/min) 195
Dimensions 13"L x 13-3/4"W x 8"H
Pump type Piston
Motor (hp) 1/4
Power (VAC) 115/230
Power (Hz) 50/60
Power (Amps) 4.8
Strokes per minute (Max) 30
Port size 1/4" NPT(F)
Duty cycle Continuous
Suction lift (wet) 10 ft
Max temperature (º C) 48
Max temperature (º F) 120
Accuracy ±5%
Product Type Piston Metering Pumps





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      Can this pump provide its maximum pressure (800psi) at lower flows. I am planning to use it initially at about 35 ml/min flow but need to pump against its full pressure at the same time.

      Thanks, Andy
      Asked on 12/18/2012 by Andy

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        No, flow and pressure go hand in hand. So as you decrease the flow rate, you also decrease the output pressure.

        Answered on 12/20/2012 by Alyssa from Tech Support
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