Cube solid-state fuel pumps

  • 18-Jun-2009 10:29 EDT

Engineered without bearings, electric contacts, or diaphragms that could show fatigue or wear out, Facet/Purolator’s cube solid-state self-priming and self-regulating fuel pumps deliver quality performance and last up to five times longer than many competitive electronic fuel pumps. The pumps are suited for operating temperature ranges of -40 to +180°F (-40 to +82°C). They provide outputs to 132.5 L/h (35 gal/h) and 0.68 bar (9.9 psi) with a dry lift of 120 in (3048 mm). Compatible with leaded and unleaded gasoline, diesel fuel, biodiesel fuel, blended alcohol fuels, and fuel additives, the pumps are suited for use on diesel engines, heater systems, marine engines, generators, agricultural machinery, construction equipment, and military applications. They are manufactured by Motor Components LLC, an ISO9001-2000 facility.
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