Model LPA® 925-SS-075

Model LPA® 925-SS-075


925-SS-075 | 15 to 80 GPM | Max Head 85 feet


  • PS 1,087 psi / 75 bar
  • PT 1,550 psi / 107 bar
  • TS Min -40°F / -40°C
  • TS Max 160°F / +72°C
  • Inlet SS tube 2″
  • Outlet SS tube 1″
  • Motor Power 2 hp (60Hz)
  • Voltage 208-230 /460
  • Ampere 5.3-5 / 2.5
  • Phase 3PH
  • Frequency 50 / 60Hz
  • Thermostat Overload
  • VSD compatible



REFRIGERANTS: (Fluid Type /GAS GROUP 1&2 /UL Classified)

R-290 R-134a R-401a R-401b R-401c R-402a R-402b R-404A R-407A R407b R-407c R-408a R-409a R-410A R-500 R-507

OUTDOOR PROTECTION IP54 | Altitude 2000M | Corrosive & Polluting Substance Class 4C2 | Vibration & Shock Class 4S2 | Presence of Dust Class 4S2 | Corrosion Protection Level ClassIP43B

MAINTENANCE: Maintenance free, no service required.

Manufactured to: DIR 97/23/EC “CE” CAT A1 / UL Recognized \ Shipping Weight lb’s | Dimensions L25″ x W16″ x H16″ \ Component Weight lb | Dimensions L17″ x W14″ x H10″

Mechanical Life Wet End Assembly +20 years | Mechanical life Impeller +100,000 continuous hrs | Mechanical Endurance +300,000 cycles

4 Responses to “ Model LPA® 925-SS-075 ”

  1. Sally Obrien says:

    Can you indicate the connection sizes; inlet and outlet and connection material of the new batch?

  2. Engineering says:

    Sally thanks for your post. Engineering is producing this new batch as default with Stainless tubes sizes at 2″ and 1″ respectively and rated accordingly at 1,800 psi (125 bar) maximum allowable working pressure which is referred to as the Model LPA-925-SS.

    If you wish to connect using Copper stubs, these will be supplied as adapters to the Stainless steel tubes sized at 2-1/8″ OD and 1-1/8″ OD respectively and rated accordingly at 725 psi (50 bar) maximum allowable working pressure which would be referred to as the Model LPA-925-CU

    Any queries, please respond and thank you.

  3. andrea says:

    è possibile avere qualche specifica tecnica in più?

  4. andrea says:

    can you indicate the technical specifications? flow rate?

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