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Liquid pump

15th October 1971
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Permex Ltd is marketing a pump to handle paraffin, diesel, light fuel, anti-freeze, some solvents and other non-corrosive media up to diesel oil viscosity; a special model with stainlesssteel contact parts is expected to be available by the end of the year.

The 140W centrifugal pump has been designed for intermittent service, has an output of 8 gprn against a 4ft head, and at a reduced flow approximately of 10ft. The pump weighs 4 and can be screwed direct into standard drum bungs, 2in. BSP or the metric M64--4. The motor is a double-insulated and drip-proof type, controlled by a waterproof on /off switch.

The dual-purpose delivery nozzle /priming pump facilitates priming from dry and maintains prime for subsequent deliveries. After switching on the pump, a few pumping movements of the control lever will start the flow. Provision has been made for padlocking the nozzle in its closed position.

The standard model is for 220/240V ac and is supplied with a two-pin extension cord socket. An alternative model uses 12V dc and it supplied w a socket for vehicle mounting.

The pumps are suppli, complete with 9ft delivery hat 3ft suction hose with strair and 6ft cable, all ready boxed I posting.

Marketed by: Permex Ltd, 110 Mill Lane, London NW6.


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