- Transfer each product at up to 3.5 gal/min
- Chemically-resistant PVC hose
- Air regulator with filter
- Air-operated diaphragm pump with quick-release hose barbs
- In-line strainer to protect pump from debris
- Choose Santoprene, Viton, or Kalrez pump seals
- Color coding options:
- Lid – 7 colors (BK, BL, GN, YL, RD, PL, OR)
- Choose between three wand options
- Curved stainless steel wand (CSSW) – Control the filling of large volume vessels, tanks, and kettles with ease
- Heavy duty ball valve (SSW) – maximum durability for any volume transfer
- Heavy duty poly fill gun (PFG) – Comfortable grip handle with trigger for quick on/off control
- POWER TYPE
- CHEMICAL PICKUP TYPE
Draws from pre-mixed solution or concentrated product
- NUMBER OF PRODUCTS UNIT CAN DRAW FROM
- SUCTION LINE LENGTH/DIAMETER
3.5 ft. (1 m) clear braid hose with 1/2 in. (12.7 mm) inside diameter
- DISCHARGE LINE LENGTH/DIAMETER
15 ft. (4.6 m) hose with 1/2 in. (12.7 mm) inside diameter
- DISCHARGE WAND/TIP TYPE
polypropylene fill gun
10 in. (25.4 cm) stainless steel wand with zero tip and ball valve standard
27 in. (68.6 cm) curved transfer wand with ball valve
- FLOW RATE*
3.5 gal/min (13.2 l/min)
- PUMP SEALS
Santoprene, Viton, or Kalrez
*Dilution rates and flow rates given are based on chemical with viscosity of water and factory air pressure settings.
- COMPRESSED AIR REQUIREMENTS
20-80 psi (1.4-5.5 bar) with 2 cfm (56.6 l/min)
- LIQUID TEMPERATURE RANGE
- CHEMICAL COMPATIBILITY
Chemical products used with this equipment must be formulated for this type of application and compatible with unit materials and pump seals. For more information on chemical compatibility, consult the manufacturer or SDS for your product or contact our customer service department.
- complete transfer unit with discharge hose and wand
- user manual
Which pump seal material should I choose?
Pump Seal Material Compatibility
Choose a pump seal material that is compatible with the chemicals you will use. Chemical incompatibility can cause accelerated wear and equipment failure that is not covered by warranty, so it’s important to do your research.
- Consult the safety data sheet (SDS) for your chemical to learn about the ingredients.
- Use a chemical compatibility database (like this one: https://www.coleparmer.com/Chemical-Resistance) to look up the ingredients and find material compatibility info.
- Note that the concentration of chemicals makes a big difference in compatibility. Think about whether the chemical you use will be in a pre-diluted or concentrated form when it is used in the equipment.
- If you need help, ask your chemical manufacturer. Or, send your SDS to email@example.com and we can help.
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