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Homsley Smoke Oil Pumps

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Overview

A good oil pump is critical to having a good smoke system. This pump will save you a lot of time and headaches being designed specifically to pump oil
   
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Specifications

  • 6" Length x 3" Diameter
  • Mounting Plate: 3.25" x 4.5"
  • 3/8 MPT Female Fittings
  • 1.5 gallons per minute at 35 psi
  • Weight: 3.5 pounds
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Q: What is the voltage of this Homsley smoke oil pump? Also, what is the output per minute or hour?

This available in either 14v or 28v. You will make that selection in the shopping cart. The output is 1.5 gallons per minute at 35 psi for both pumps. The 14 volt pump draws 4 amps and the 28 volt pump draws 7 amps.

Q: How much does the Homsley smoke oil pump weigh?

The pump weighs 3.5 lbs, it draws 4 amps of current, and a 7.5 amp fuse or circuit breaker is recommended.

Q: I think you answered a question wrong. Can you check out out? The 14 volt pump draws 4 amps and the 28 volt pump draws 7 amps Higher voltage should be lower current. Its Ohms law! V=IR

Per the vendor: this is the correct information directly from the pump manufacturer.

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