GoatThroat Groundable Nitrile Pump

$409.00

  • Flammable liquids
  • Meets NFPA30.18.4.4.1
  • Fits 5-55 gallon containers
  • Up to 4 GPM
  • Automatic pressure release at 6psig
  • Check guide for compatibility
SKU: SCP.100 Category:

Description

Static Conductive Nitrile  Pumps for Class 1 and 2 Flammable liquids, Check compatibility guide for selection.  For viscosities like water, dispensing up to 4GPM. Flow is good up to 270 centipoise.  INCLUDES 1 pump, siphon tube set for up to 48 inches, 2-inch pipe thread fitting, 3 gram packet of molykote 111 grease, 6-foot grounding cable with alligator clip, 3 foot bonding cable and single medium drum seal.  Other adapters are available for small pails and drums.  Made in USA.  Meets NFPA 30 requirements

Pumps for Flammable Liquids

nfpa Special Features: The SCP line of  Pumps allow class 1 and 2 flammable liquids to be pumped using GoatThroat® Pumps’ unique engineering control technology. The pumps meet the new NFPA30-2015 standards.

Applications ranges:  Alcohols, flammable solvents, volatile hydrocarbons.

SCP-6500 Pumps are engineering controls for fluids which are designed to minimize the hazards associated when transferring  flammable and combustible liquids.  Featuring a grounding wire and a bonding wire and made with conductive plastic  so there is grounding of the liquid, the pump, and, with correct bonding, to the container. Created for most demanding safety programs, these pumps meet NFPA 77 which requires that the path to ground must prevent the accumulation of static electricity in conductive equipment.  The SCP-6500 pumps feature the same breakthrough technology which has made GoatThroat® the most trusted name in transfer pumps.

Made in the USA, these pumps meet  Directive 99/92/EC (also known as ‘ATEX
137’ or the ‘ATEX Workplace Directive’), Directive 94/9/EC (also known as ‘ATEX 95’ or ‘the ATEX Equipment Directive’ and also meet Great Britain’s Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR), The SCP pumps are not subject to the Pressure Equipment Directive(97/23/EC) since the design pressure is identified below the applicability limits for the PED (97/23/ EC) of 0.5bar.

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