Grundfos Cast Iron Recirculation Pump with 35.6 Degree Low Temperature Max Maximum Power Input of 87 W Oval Valve Connection and a Maximum Temperature of 230 Degrees
The pump is of the canned rotor type, i.e. pump and motor form an integral unit without shaft seal and with only two gaskets for sealing. The bearings are lubricated by the pumped liquid.
The pump is characterized by:
- Ceramic shaft and radial bearings.
- Carbon axial Bearing.
- Stainless steel rotor can and bearing plate.
- Corrosion-resistant impeller, Composite, PES.
- Cast Iron Pump housing.
- The motor is a 1-phase motor.
- No additional motor protection is required.
- Liquid temperature range: 35.6 to 230 Degrees F
- Approvals on nameplate: UL, CSA
- Pump housing: Cast Iron
- EN-JL 1030
- ASTM 30 B
- Impeller: Composite, PES
- Maximum ambient temperature: 104 Degrees F
- Ambient max at 176 Degrees F liquid: 176 Degrees F
- Maximum operating pressure: 145 PSI
- Flange standard: USA Oval
- Type of connection: Cast Iron Flange
- Pipe connection: 2 Bolt Flange
- Pressure stage: 10
- Port-to-port length: 6.5 in
- Number of poles: 2
- Power Input in Speed One: 60 W
- Power Input in Speed Two: 80 W
- Max. power input: 87 W
- Rated power - P2: 0.04 HP
- Main frequency: 60 Hz
- Rated voltage: 1 x 115 V
- Current in speed One: 55 A
- Current in speed Two: 0.66 A
- Current in speed Three: 0.75 A
- Capacitor size - run: 10 ?F/180 V
- Insulation class (IEC 85): F
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Our SKU: Grundfos UPS 15-58 FRC
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
- Grundfos G59896343
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
Grundfos G59896343 Product Specifications
|Low Lead Compliant||Yes|
|Maximum Operating Pressure (PSI)||145|
|UL Rating||Wet Location|
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