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Can't find pump 2.5GPM,175psi,12vdc for seawater

Can't find pump 2.5GPM,175psi,12vdc for seawater

Can't find pump 2.5GPM,175psi,12vdc for seawater

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I need help finding a pump.

We are currently in need of a pump for a new product with the following specifications:
Working pressure:         175psi
Flow rate        2.5gpm  / 150gph
Input Voltage:        12VDC
Max Amps (target)    24 amps
Fluid:            Seawater

If you have any questions please feel free to call me at 310-637-3400 x143
310-637-3430
sal@searecovery.com

If modifications needs to be made to an existing pump or you can design a new one.  Please let me know.

Sal

RE: Can't find pump 2.5GPM,175psi,12vdc for seawater

SRC,
while not an expert, check with milton roy or other metering pump mfg's.
also, check with motor mfg's (GE, reliance, ABB, etc.) and find out if they mfg 12 VDV motors for the application.
good luck -pmover

RE: Can't find pump 2.5GPM,175psi,12vdc for seawater

Metering pump is the way to go. The only thing I would add is that there will obviously be pulsations. If your process can't handle these pulsations add a dampener.

RE: Can't find pump 2.5GPM,175psi,12vdc for seawater

dear sir/madam

regarding to your request , you need metering pump , stainless steel diaphragm or plunger type and the best manufacturers according to your mentioned  specification are MILTON ROY and LEWA

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