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7001.0004.00 – EF5500 Comet Everflo Diaphragm Pump 5.5 GPM @ 60 PSI 1/2 in.

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7001.0004.00 – EF5500 Comet Everflo Diaphragm Pump 5.5 GPM @ 60 PSI 1/2″

7001.0004.00 EF5500 Comet Everflo Diaphragm Pump 5.5 GPM @ 60 PSI 1/2″. 12 volt diaphragm pumps for small spraying jobs and inter-row weeding, gardening, sanitizing and cleaning caravans and boats, treating lawns and green areas, disinfecting vehicles and farms. Approved for use with Roundup.

Note: These demand flow pumps require a balanced flow with a properly sized nozzle. Pumps with a small nozzle will cycle the motor on/off too often and will prematurely wear out the microswitch.

Pump:

  • Chamber diaphragm pump
  • Self-priming
  • Works dry without damage
  • Fitted with a Honeywell microswitch that switches off the motor when the delivery stops and prevents maximum pressure from being exceeded
  • Resistant materials allow the pumping of chemical products:
  • Polypropylene body
  • Suction and delivery valves in Viton
  • Membranes in Santoprene
  • Screws and fixing elements in galvanized steel
  • Repair Kit: 7001.0004.01

Motor:

  • 12V dc
  • Permanent magnet construction
  • Painted steel casing
  • Thermal protection with external fuse
  • CE Approved

Specifications:

  • Chambers No.: 5
  • Flow: l/min 20.8 – US gpm 5.5
  • Max pressure: 5.5 bar – 60 psi- 0.34 MPa
  • Inlet / Outlet Ports: G 1/2 F – 1/2 NPT
  • Voltage: 12 V CC (DC)
  • Max. Current: A 16.8
  • Self-priming Depth: m 2.5 – ft 8
  • Max. Liquid Temperature: 60 – 140 F
  • Weight: 2.5 kg – 5.6 lbs

SKU: C-7001000400

 

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Customer Questions & Answers

  1. Answered by the admin

    You theoretically could, but we suggest you simply build your setup to have gravity take care of the flow for you. As long as your tank outlet is above your pump inlet, you should be fine. And keep the tank as close to the pump as possible without the water supply hose having to go up ever again. Also fill your tank as far up as you can and use at least 125 Gallon Holding Tank for best results. The bigger the tank, the better in terms of water flow as the weight of the water will push down into the tank outlet and help with the flow through gravity. The water supply should be at least 1 in. for 4 GPM Pumps, 1-1/4 in. for 5 to 7.5 GPM Pumps and 1-1/2 in. for 8 and more.

    If you use a pump for tank suction and feed into another pump, you add a potentially unnecessary component that can fail to your setup. The less moving parts, the better for easier maintenance & less troubleshooting when something goes wrong.

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Prop 65 Warning!

This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer.

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