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    1/7 HP Aluminum Gear Fuel Transfer Pump, 15 GPM, 12VDC

  • Item # 12F724
  • Mfr. Model # 12F724
1/7 HP Aluminum Gear Fuel Transfer Pump, 15 GPM, 12VDC
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Rainproof and weatherproof for tough outdoor use, this DAYTON fuel transfer pump is lightweight with aluminum die-cast construction that resists corrosion. The geared pump design uses sintered metal gears that provide greater suction, minimal noise, and higher tolerance to contaminants. Model features an internal bypass valve to bypass flow if the discharge pressure exceeds the bypass valve setting. Pump has an intermittent duty cycle of 30 minutes ON, 30 minutes OFF.
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Technical Specifications

Item # 12F724
Mfr. Model # 12F724
UNSPSC #40151532
Catalog Page 2719
Shipping Weight 27.5 lbs
Country of Origin India *
Item Fuel Transfer Pump
Pump Design Gear
HP 1/7
Voltage 12VDC
GPM 15
Hose Length 12 ft.
Suction Tube Length 17" to 34"
Metered No
Power Cord Length 15 ft.
Inlet Size 1"
Outlet Size 3/4"
Max. Viscosity 50 SSU
Amps AC 12
RPM 1700
Bypass Valve Internal
Housing Material Aluminum
Nozzle Material Aluminum
Nozzle Type Manual
Self-Priming Yes
Duty Cycle 30 min. On, 30 min. Off
Overall Length 11
Overall Height 8-1/2
Overall Width 10"
Seal Material Hi Nitrile & Viton
Features Sintered Metal Gears , Very Good Suction , Quiet Operation , Easy to Install Swivel Bung , Strainer with Outside Access, Fuse with Outside Access, Swivel at Nozzle Inlet, Provision to Pad Lock , Pump Switches off when Nozzle Placed into Nozzle Holder
Standards UL & cUL
Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
Includes 2 pc threaded Suction Tube , Hose , Power Cable , Bung & Nozzle
For Use With Tank 55 gal. Drums
Pressure Range 10 psi
* This product's country of origin is subject to change

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Prop 65 Compliance and Restrictions
This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and Di-isodecyl phthalate (DIDP), which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to