Delavan 7870101E Electric Pump

Delavan 7870101E Electric Pump

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Product Overview

The Delavan 7870-101E Electric Pump is an on-demand diaphragm pump that delivers 7.0 GPM and 60 PSI to ensure a reliable application. It is constructed of high-quality Polypropylene and coated steel to ensure durability. It comes with Viton valves, 1/2 in. FNPT Inlet/Outlet, and 12 VDC power supply.

Features and Specs

For use in Residential, Commercial and Industrial Sites
Voltage 12 Volts
Material / Construction Coated steel/Polypropylene
Seal Type Viton
Pressure (PSI) 60
Special Features Chemical-resistant materials
Warranty One Year Limited Warranty against factory defects
Shipping Weight 8.00 lbs
Manufacturer Delavan (Mfg. Number: 7870-101E)

Details

Specifications

Motor Type: 12 VDC permanent magnet, totally enclosed, non-ventilated
Leads: 12 AWG, 12 in. Long
Temperature Limits: Temperature Limits: Motor is not equipped with thermal protection. For user safety, optimal performance, and maximum motor life, the motor surface temperature should not exceed 180 degrees Fahrenheit (82 degrees Celsius).

Materials of Construction

Housings: Polypropylene
Valves: Santoprene
Diaphragm: Santoprene
Fasteners: Stainless Steel
Motor Shell: Coated Steel

Pump

Type: 5 chamber positive displacement diaphragm pump, self priming, capable of being run dry, demand or bypass mode
Certifications: CE Approval
Liquid Temperature: 140 degrees Fahrenheit (60 degrees Celsius) Max.
Priming Capabilities: 14 feet (4 m)
Max Pressure: 100 PSI (7 bar)
Inlet/Outlet Ports:
7870: 1/2 in. FNPT
7970: Delavan Quick Attach

Weight: 8 lbs (3.6 kg)

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