Streamline Streamflo Water Pump
Streamline Streamflo Water Pump is a high quality self priming diaphragm pump that can run dry for short periods of time without damage.
This pump only draws up to 4 amps so batteries will last longer compared to other pumps that require 7 amps or more. As a result you can work for long and your battery will last better.
Important Warranty Information.
Your Streamline Streamflo Water Pump comes with a limited warranty. This means that your pump has no warranty cover for damage to the pump caused from freezing, water ingress or from the ingress of contamination by resin or other debris. Also the pressure switch is not covered under your warranty if it fails, even within a very short period of time. To prolong the life of your pump and avoid repair bills, we suggest that you do the following:
Do not let your pump freeze.
Provide suitable inlet filtration and prevent resin/debris from flowing back into the pump when changing resin.
Protect the pumps electrics and outer casing from water.
Use a pump flow controller (Spring controller) this will protect the pumps pressure switch and give you more control over the flow.
If you are having problems with a Streamflo pump we are happy to provide help in fixing it and getting you working again.
Can I buy stair parts for my Streamline Streamflo Water Pump? Yes, we supply a range of fittings for connecting your pump to your system, and we also have replacement pressure switches that you can fit if required.
Do I need a strainer? Yes, we suggest that you fit a strainer on the inlet side of the pump.
Can I use this pump on my trolley system? Yes, you can use this pump on a trolley and full van system. The pump is ideal for both these applications as it is both light in weight and draws less current compared to other pumps, as a result your battery will last longer and you can work for longer.
Max Pressure: 100psi
Open Flow: 4.5LPM
Voltage: 12V DC
Streamline Code: SF-DP22-012-100-238
Port Size: 3/8" NPT Female
Suitable for one operator use.
A small arrow on the pump head indicates the direction of flow. This may be in the opposite direction from another pump if you are replacing an older pump of a different make.
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