4" Hydraulic trash pump
Series (3 Models):
Product Name:4" Hydraulic trash pump
Hydraulic TP40 compact submersible trash pump is a light weight, efficient way to move large volumes of liquids that can contain sand, dirt and gravel very quickly. This submersible centrifugal design requires no priming and can run dry all day without damage. Direct drive requires no maintenance as all moving parts are self lubricated with passing.
Pump can handle the removal of water containing solids up to 30%. It is perfect in the pumping sites of water, sand slurries, gravel and sludge on job sites.
This submersible centrifugal design requires no priming and can run dry all day without damage. Direct drive requires no maintenance as all moving parts are self lubricated with passing hydraulic fluid. A durable steel bowl and ductile iron impeller and aluminum Wear Plate are very durable and capable of moving liquids containing up to 30% solids. If you are pumping oily sludge, septic systems, muddy trenches or even clean water this a pump for you. The TP40 is fitted with flush face couplers that threads directly into SAE ports, No NPT hydraulic joints to weep. The TP40 Trash Pump comes with a 3” male NPT output port fitted to a 4” Cam Loc fitting standard.
Hydraulic flow 7-11gpm up to 2000psi
Hydraulic motor must return into a open / non-pressurized reservoir open circuit. Back pressure on the discharge / return side of the hydraulic will damage shaft seal. Skid steer need to be aware of this.
|Series||Hydraulic Submersible Trash Pumps|
|Max Flow (GPM.)||875|
|Max Flow GPH||52500|
|TDH Maximum (Ft)||45|
|Outlet Connection Type||Quick connect|
|Wetted Materials||Aluminum, Cast Iron, Steel|
|Max Operating Temperature (F)||104|
|Max Particle Size (In)||3|
|Viscosity||Catsup 3000.00 cp 20000.00 ssu|
|Other||Cast iron impeller and steel bowl. Able to run dry without damage. Hyd. System relief valve should be set at 2000psi. Porting: #10 SAE (Press.) #12 SAE (Ret). Connect Size and Type 1/2 in. Male Pipe (Press.) 3/4 in. Male Pipe (Ret).
|Impeller Material||Cast Iron, non-clog|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|