March 809-PL-HS Brewing Pump

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March 809-PL-HS Brewing Pump

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$199.99

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This pump is ideal for recirculating wort in an all-grain system. It can be used to transfer wort or sparge water or to pump wort through a plate heat exchanger or counterflow.
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    The March 809-HS Brewing Pump is constructed of food grade material, handles wort at high temperatures including boiling, and takes back pressure (flow restriction). The high temperature polysulfone pump housing withstands temperatures to 250 F (121 C). No off flavors are imparted on your wort because each part that comes into contact with the wort are food grade materials.  It is recommended that the pump be mounted below the fluid level for easy priming as the pump is not self-priming.  Pump is not self priming so it is recommended that you mount it below the fluid level for easy priming.  Note:  This pump is not submersible.


    Max Flow: 6 GPM
    Max Head: 12.1 FT
    Power: 0.04 HP
    Electrical: 115V 50/60HZ or 230V 50/60HZ


    Fittings are 1/2" MPT.


    Dependable Performance


    Leakage and power draining friction are among some of the problems eliminated by the patented magnetic drive design.  Seal friction does not cause power loss when the full motor horsepower is transferred to pumping power.  There is no maintenance caused by seal wear.


    Built-in Overload Protection


    Built to stand up under heavy loads, March pumps are equipped with built-in overload protection. Under adverse conditions, the magnetic drive acts as a clutch to eliminate overloading and motor burnouts.


    Easy To Maintain


    Built to stand up under heavy loads, March pumps are equipped with built-in overload protection. Under adverse conditions, the magnetic drive acts as a clutch to eliminate overloading and motor burnouts.

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