High Temperature(100C) DC 12V 1.85L/Min (29GPH) Mini Water Pump. Food Grade

SKU:
EWP-2502HT12V
$12.95
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This is a high temperature (up to 105'C) food grade, mini submersible water pump. Ideal for DIY Sous Vide application. The shaft is coated with a layer of ZrO2 (zirconium oxide) to withstand higher temperatures and have better tolerance for acid and alkaline. It's built by a brushless motor to provide a smoother and quieter operation than a brush water pump. Also, it will not generate an 'electric spark' like a brush type does, so it's safer.


Specifications

  • Input: DC 12V
  • Output: 1.85L/min or 29 gallon/hr
  • Cut off: 1M (3ft vetical lift) @12V
  • Current: 300mA@12V
  • Intake Outside Diameter: : 0.354 inch/ 9mm
  • Outlet Outside Diameter: 0.262 inch/ 6.7mm
  • Submersible: Yes
  • Self-prime: No
  • Life span: > 20,000hrs @ 1600rpm~4200rpm
  • Noise: << 20dB
  • Fluid Temp: 100'C/212F (non-submersed)
  • Ambient Temp: <50C/122F (submersed)
  • Size(L*W*D): 32mmx22mmx36mm (1.26" X 0.87" X 1.42")
  • Weight (net): 2.0oz

 
Suggestion Tubing for inlet:

12mm (ID 9mm) High Pressure Air/ Water flex tube (10ft)
8X12 Silicon Flex Tube for CO2 Water Cooling

Suggestion Tubing for Outlet:

5X8 Silicon Flex Tube for Air Assistance or Water Cooling 8mm (ID 5mm) High Pressure Air/ Water flex tube (10ft)

 

Note: Do NOT use the tubings above for drinking liquid because the tubings are not food grade tubing.

Warning:
Do not let it run dry without water flowing. To those who want to use it with a solar power battery, please make sure to install a 12V regulator as the output from a solar panel higher than 12V (as high as 22V) . Warranty will not cover the damage!

Manual is on the forum