Lightobject EWP-2502HT6V High Temperature(100°C) Mini DC6V Water Pump, Food Grade, Sous Vide, 15 GPHMore Info
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- This is a high temperature (up to 105’C) Food grade mini water pump
- The shaft is coated with a layer of ZrO2 (zirconium oxide ) for higher temperature handling and better tolerance for acid and alkaline
- Made in China
This is a high temperature (up to 105’C) Food grade mini water pump. The shaft is coated with a layer of ZrO2 (zirconium oxide ) for higher temperature handling and better tolerance for acid and alkaline. It’s built by a brushless motor providing smooth and quiet operation than a non-brushless water pump. Plus, it will not generate ‘electric spark’ like what a brush type does so it’s more safe. It can be used to pump oil as well (no gasoline*) Specification: Input: DC 5~6V Output: 1.0L/min or 0.264 gallon/min Range: 1M (3ft horizon) @6V Current: [email protected] Intake: 0.35in Dia. Outlet: 0.27in Dia. Life span: 6V @ 1600rpm~4200rpm Noise:20dB Working Temp: 212’F (non-submersed) : less than 122’F(submersed) Size(L*W*D): 1.3″ X 0.9″ X 1.4″ Weight (net): 2.0oz Warning: Do not let it run dry without water flow!.
If you’re looking for a small pump to include in your system build or project. In my opinion this is not a direct one to one replacement for something like a Chugger Pump or a March Pump – the flow rate isn’t there and the inlet and outlets look small. If you’re looking for a budget, full featured homebrew pump, consider the MARK II WORT PUMP – via William’s Brewing or check out our pump resource page. I do see some possible homebrewing applications including… Transferring wort, mash or sparge water within your system, recirculating mash to help keep a consistent temperature and recirculating wort for chilling. Note that this is 6V DC. You need to wire this up to a compatible power supply.
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