Electric gear pumps

Clark Solutions' UP2 electric gear pumps are designed for water, oil, and process systems and feature bronze or PTFE gears with built-in pressure control.

11/20/2015


Clark Solutions' UP2 electric gear pumps are designed for water, oil, and process systems and feature bronze or PTFE gears with built-in pressure control. Courtesy: Clark SolutionsClark Solutions' UP2 electric gear pumps are available in 12 and 24 Vdc versions and feature flow rates up to 2.6 gpm for water and up to 52.9 gph for oil. They are designed to transfer engine oils, freshwater, and other non-corrosive viscous liquids. The UP2 Series is designed for applications with a maximum operating temperature range of 14 to 140 F. Self-priming to 4.92 ft, the UP2 gear pumps also feature bronze gear construction.

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