Compact liquid pump

  • 02-Apr-2012 12:41 EDT
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The Thomas 1210 Series diaphragm liquid dc pump features the company's Reflex valve design technology to provide a bubble-free liquid flow. The 1210 Series is suitable for fuel cell and diagnostic applications. Available in 12- and 24-V dc diaphragm models, the compact pump measures 2.0 x 0.9 x 1.4 in (51 x 23 x 36 mm) and offers a reduced mass of 2.4 oz (68 g). The self-priming pump is able to handle a mixture of air and liquid/gas. Other features include a low sound level, reduced pulsation, maximum flow of 180 ml/min (0.04 gal/min), maximum pressure of 3 psi (0.2 bar), and a maximum vacuum of 0.09 psi (0.006 bar). The pump is available with ethylene propylene diene monomer and Viton diaphragms/valves.

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