Delavan ™ PowerFLO Diaphragm Pump, 12 Volt DC, 5.0 GPM

#70904

$128.99 EA

The Delavan ™ PowerFLO ™ demand diaphragm sprayer pump is a 12 Volt DC self-priming pump. This sprayer pump can produce up to 5.0 gallons per minute with a maximum pressure of 45 PSI. This sprayer pump can handle liquids up to 140 ° F.

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Delavan ™ PowerFLO ™ diaphragm sprayer pumps are built to handle hard work, including carpet cleaning, spraying water, and fertilizing. This pump is constructed with a 12 volt DC permanent magnet motor, with a santoprene diaphragm and viton valves. It also has a 5 chamber positive displacement diaphragm pump, that is able to be ran in dry, demand, or bypass mode.

Drawing only 16 amps of current, this diaphragm pump runs off of 12 Volt DC power. The maximum flow rate is 5.0 gpm and the maximum pressure is 45 PSI. This motor is not equipped with thermal protection, so for optimal life and use, the motor surface temperature should not exceed 180 ° F, and the liquid temperature no more than 140 ° F.

    Specifications
  • Delavan ™ PowerFLO ™ Model 5850-201C
  • 12 Volt DC Diaphragm Sprayer Pump
  • Amps: 16
  • GPM: 5.0
  • Maximum operating pressure: 45 PSI
  • Delivery: Demand
  • Diaphragm material: Santoprene
  • Check valve material: Viton
  • Pump body material: Polypropylene
  • Inlet/Outlet port fittings: 1/2 in. hose barb
  • Self-priming up to 14 vertical feet
  • CE approval certified
  • This pump has been tested by the manufacturer for quality control and may contain a small amount of water.
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4 Stars Pulls a lot of amps.

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Robert from MO wrote (March 13, 2013):

The first one of these pumps didn't hold up well but AgriSupply quickly replaced it. Pulls a lot of amps and I wouldn't run it on some ATV's due to their low output charging system. I run mine from a separate marine battery so I don't end up with a dead ATV battery or burn out my stator. The pump does a good job running Glyphosate through a boomjet nozzle.