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Pump Package 8 | Flammable and Combustible Liquids



Pump Package 8 -- Industrial Pumps For Flammable and Combustible Liquids

STANDARD’s Pump Package 8 Explosion Proof Drum Pump (AIR) is a safe solution for transferring highly flammable/combustible liquids and meets the stringent safety requirements of the Chemical Processing Industry.

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Batch Control Systems (BCS) | Low Viscosity
Applications:
› Alcohol › Gasoline
› Isopropyl Ether › Solvents
› Aqueous Ammonia › Petroleum Products
› Xylene › Toluene
Technical Data
Package: Motor, Pump, Hose, Storage Bracket
Barrel Adapter & Hand Nozzle
Air Inlet: 1/8 NPT
Air Consumption: 22 CFM @ 90 psi
(10.40 L/Sec @ 6,2 bar)
Maximum Inlet Pressure: 100 psi (6,8 bar)
Motor Type: Air
Pump Assembly: SS316
Pump Length: 39" (1000 mm), 47"(1200 mm)
Discharge Hose: Solvent Hose, 6 ft (1,8 m), 1" (25 mm) I.D.
Hand Nozzle: SS316, 1" (25 mm)
Barrel Adapter: Stainless Steel
Storage Bracket:: Steel
Max. Flow Rate: 17 GPM (64 LPM) based on water
Max. Viscosity: 750 cps (mPas)
Max Temperature: 175° F (80° C)
Shipping Weight: 32 lbs. (14,5 kg)
Model
Voltage
Immersion
Length
Certification
9604
1/2 HP Air
39" (1000 mm)
AtEx
9605
3/4 HP Air
39" (1000 mm)
N/A
9606
1/2 HP Air
47" (1200 mm)
AtEx
9607
3/4 HP Air
47" (1200 mm)
N/A
Pump Package 8 | Flammable and Combustible Liquids

 

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WARNING! WARNING: Pumping of flammables or combustible liquids can generate a static electric discharge, causing fire or explosion resulting in injury or death. Read and understand operating instructions before starting this unit. Follow all federal, state and local safety codes including NFPA 30 - NFPA77. Prior to connecting to air supply, install bond and ground wires and check continuity of each wire. A meter reading of one ohm or less is required for safe liquid transfer. Use only metallic drum, receiving vessel and metallic pump (SP-SS) when pumping flammables. Air motors are not recognized under any current Underwriter’s Laboratory listing program. Consult a qualified engineer for suitability for use in a hazardous area or on flammables.