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Propane Sump Cleaner Dispenser 150 or 200 gallon
Lead Time: Estimated shipping is 5 to 7 weeks. Actual shipping date depends on the existing volume of orders when your order is received. After receiving your order we will send an acknowledgement with an expected shipping week.
|Tank Size Options:||(2) 150 gallon (568 L) tanks (2) 200 gallon (757 L) tanks|
|Standard Transport:||TW - Tow (see options)|
|Pump:||Lobe type, positive displacement air pump|
|Suction Lift:||13" Hg (Mercury)|
|Filter:||F23 - 2.3 cu.ft.|
|Cleanout Door:||8"x10" door with 1-1/4" drain port|
|Pressure Discharge:||6 PSI (pounds per square inch) with safety backup valve|
|Overfill Prevention:||Automatic overfill protection all discharge ports valved|
|Engine:||20 HP Propane Engine|
|Hoses:||2” I.D. x 16’ oil-resistant PVC suction hose including quick-disconnect coupler. Clean coolant dispensing hose of heavy-section clear plastic 1-1/4” I.D. x 16’ with full-flow shut-off nozzle.|
|Tools:||Three suction tools (1) straight, (1) flexible and (1) flared nozzle|
|Wheels:||150 Gal: (2) 16" x 4" wheels & (1) 12" x 3" swivel caster 200 Gal: (2) 16" x 4" wheels & (2) 12" x 3" swivel caster|
|Dimensions:||150 Gal: 96" L 42" W 71" H 200 Gal: 99" L 46" W 77" H|
|Weight:||150/150 Gal: 1,723 lbs 200/200 Gal: 2,128 lbs|
|Specifications PDF:||a href="https://cecor.netwp-content/uploads/2017/04/8-CECOR_Shark_CP50.pdf">Download CECOR Combination Propane Spec Sheet|
Extra Power Propane Sump cleaner/dispenser is a versatile unit. The CP50 Series has high nozzle velocity for picking up puddles and dry chips AND deep suction for lifting heavy sludge off the sump bottom. With the propane power source on board, there are no cords or hoses to plug in. Perfect for use in several locations without a common power source.
The sump cleaner sucks up machine tool sump contents down to the bare metal in minutes. The pump is powered by a Kohler 20 HP, 4 stroke cycle Command Series engine with electric start. Sump cleaner pumps fluid at rates to 110 gallons per minute and generates suction to 13″ Hg (177″ water). On the way to the tank, the dirty coolant passes through the filter which separates the chips and swarf from the coolant. The F23 Filter has capacity to hold 2.3 cubic feet of solids. Sump can be refilled with fresh coolant from the dispenser side.
This CP50 150/150 and CP50 200/200 gallon Sump Sharks have a 8? x 10? clean door with a 1-1/4” drain port in the door. The door is flush to the bottom of the tank for easy cleaning. Each tank has its own pressure gauge so operator can monitor what is going on inside the tank. Both the 150/150- and 200/200-gallon tank sizes have a tow bar with pintle-eye hitch to accomodate in plant tugs or tractors.