Model LPA® 809-SS-075

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Model LPA® 860-SS-075

860-SS-075-B | 4 to 30 GPM | Max Head 50 feet PS

Model LPA® 809-SS-075

809-SS-050-B

809-SS-075 | 1 to 5 GPM | Max Head 20 feet

  • PS 1,087 psi / 75 bar
  • PT 1,550 psi / 107 bar
  • TS Min -22°F / -30°C
  • TS Max 160°F / +72°C
  • Motor Power .13hp (60hz)
  • Inlet SS  5/8″
  • Outlet SS  1/2″
  • Voltage 208-230 /460
  • Ampere .57-.56/.26
  • Phase 3PH
  • Frequency 50 / 60hz
  • Thermal Overload

 

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

2 Responses to “ Model LPA® 809-SS-075 ”

  1. I’d like to receive more information about this pump.
    We are developing a cooling system to be use in space applications like communication satellites.

    As we are under development we do not have a specification yet, but we need to remove 20 kW of heat.
    The flow rate we are considering is 240 gr/sec and the working pressure 32 bar. Working fluid temperature 90 degC.
    The pressure rise woll be around 5 – 10 bars (TBC).

    Is it possible to receive the data sheet including drawings, materials, performance figures, etc?

    Thank you in advance and

    Best regards,

    Carlos Pedalino
    Systems Manager
    Iberespacio – SPAIN

  2. Engineering says:

    Good day Carlos,

    We currently have model 809 in a Space application being trialed.
    Please contact us above for any additional information. thank you.

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