The N202M bronze impeller pumps include a convenient drain plug, 2 or 5 bolt flange mounting, slotted shaft drive or male tang drive, up direction in and out ports and large drain and vent openings. Standard impellers are built out of neoprene rubber, while optional impellers can be constructed of nitrile. Flexible blades on the periphery of the impeller provide the pumping action. While the impeller rotates the liquid between the blades is continuously squeezed out into the discharge port by a machined in cam located inside the pump chamber.
Direction of shaft rotation determines inlet and outlet ports (see line dimension drawing). Prior to installation, rotate the pump manually in direction of rotation to set flexible blades in direction desired.
DO NOT RUN DRY - Neoprene impellers generate high rubbing friction unless lubricated by liquid being pumped. Lack of liquid will cause impeller to burn up.
LIQUIDS & TEMPERATURES
Liquids compatible with neoprene can be pumped including fresh and salt water solutions and mild chemicals. Do not pump gasoline, severe solvents or acids. When possible, flush pump with fresh water after each usage. Nitrile impellers can handle oil contaminated water and kerosene at reduced impeller service life. Extremes of cold and heat will affect impeller life. Limits of 40°F to 180°F should be observed. Do not allow liquid in pump to freeze. Drain pump by removing drain plug provided located at bottom of pump body. Use methyl alcohol based anti-freeze compounds.
On initial start-up, pump must be primed to prevent dry-running of the impeller. Suction lift of 15 feet is possible when impeller is wet and pump fully primed. Suction lines must be air tight in order for pump to self prime.
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