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

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Mfr # #429 – Item # EW-07128-20
  • 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

SPECS & DESCRIPTION

Specifications & Description

  • Max Flow Rate (mL/min)195
  • Max Flow Rate (Strokes/min)30
  • Max Pressure (PSI)800
  • Suction Lift, Wet (in H₂O)120
  • Suction Lift, Wet (mm of H₂O)3048
  • Power (VAC)115 / 230
  • Power (Hz)50/60
  • Power (amps)4.8
  • Wetted Materials303 SS, ceramic, PTFE
  • Inlet Connection (NPT(F))1/4
  • Outlet Connection (NPT(F))1/4
  • Accuracy±5%
  • Max Temperature (° F)120
  • Max Temperature (° C)48
  • Viscosity, Max (cP)250
  • Duty Cycle ContinuousYes
  • Height (in)8
  • Width (cm)34.9
  • Length (in)13
  • Height (cm)20.3
  • Width (in)13.75
  • Length (cm)33
  • Motor hp1/4
  • DescriptionHydraulic Piston Pump, 195 mL/min, 115/230 VAC

Key Features

  • 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

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Cord and plug not included.

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  • Q:

    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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    • STAFF EXPERT

      A:

      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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