bayite Hot Water Circulation Pump

bayite BYT-7A015 DC 12V Solar Hot Water Heater Circulation Pump with DC Power Supply Adapter Low Noise 3M Head 8LPM 2.1GPM

bayite BYT-7A015 DC 12V Solar Hot Water Heater Circulation Pump with DC Power Supply Adapter Low Noise 3M Head 8LPM 2.1GPM


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  • Circulation pump is non-self-priming pump. Max Flow Rate: 2.1GPM, Max Discharge Head: 9.8ft
  • 1/2″ Male thread on the pump. The OD of the brass coupler is 3/8”(10mm). Plug type: 2.1mm x 5.5mm female
  • Power source: DC 12V(POWER ADAPTER INCLUDED). Rated current: 0.7A, Brushless Motor, Low noise: 30db at 1 metre, Service life: 30000 hours
  • Max circulating water temperature: 100°C/212°F. It’s submersible but can’t be immersed in hot water exceeding 50°C/122℉

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3 thoughts on “bayite Hot Water Circulation Pump

  1. Matt Knight

    Do you know if this pump is food grade? There is nothing definitive on the Amazon page and I would be interested to find out what the plastic housing and impeller are made of.

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    1. Jeff Madre

      I thought it said it was food grade when I purchased one a year or so back. I use it to push hot wort through 50′ of 3/8″ copper tubing in my counterflow wort chiller. So far it has worked well. I thought the flow was a little low on it until I hooked a garden hose to the same tubing and found it didn’t provide much more volume, even with fairly high pressure from the water system. I’m thinking about grabbing one for a spare since it is so critical to my brewing process.

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