Jabsco # 45710-0000 Light Duty Rotary Vane Pump

Jabsco Pump 45710-0000

Jabsco # 45710-0000

Jabsco catalog # 45710-0000, Light Duty Rotary Vane Pump and Motor unit. Pump is Close Coupled to a 12 Volt DC Motor. *** NOTE : This catalog number has been updated by the manufacturer, and will ship as the Jabsco Pumps catalog # 18680-0920.

Price : $ 385.26

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Product Information :

The Jabsco 45710-0000 is a light duty rotary vane pump coupled to a 12 Volt DC Motor. This Jabsco Rotary Vane pump is ideal for transferring diesel fuel. The vectra rotor and vectra vanes are not affected by petroleum products. It is self-priming with a suction lift of up to three feet and can pump against a discharge head of up to thirty feet. Rotary Vane pumps must not be run dry, as the pumped liquid is the lubricant for the rotor and vanes. Observe the outlet and shut off pump as soon as liquid stops flowing. The pump cannot run against a closed outlet such as encountered when using a garden hose type shut-off nozzle. Pressure for normal operation should not exceed 20 feet of head (8.7 psi). Excessive pressures will cause fuse to blow. Temperature of pumped liquid may be in the range of 45 degrees-165 degrees F (10 degrees-78 degrees C). Motor meets USCG Electrical Standards (Title 33, Chapter I, Part 183; Subpart I) and ISD 8846 Marine for Ignition Protection on gasoline powered vessels.

Do not pump gasoline, or volatile liquids with a flash point below 100 degrees F .

Features :

Product Specs :

The pump head may be mounted at 90 degrees increments on the motor to allow mounting as needed.

Meets USCG 183.410 and ISO 8846 Marine .

Flow rate is 6 US gallons/min .

Self-priming from dry up to 1m .


Parts and Accessories for Jabsco model 45710-0000

Applications

The pump must be mounted in a dry location the motor is not waterproof and must not be submerged. Selection of a cool, ventilated location will generally extend pump motor life. The unit can be mounted in any desired position. It is best to mount so that fluid dripping from a loose port connection will not wet the motor. The pump head may be mounted at 90 degree increments on the motor to allow mounting as needed.