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Can you recommend replacement transformer please?

Hi -
I'm replacing a transformer for a pool light. The existing transformer is 120V/60 in and 12V/35VA out. It has 3 wires on the input side (white, black, green) and 2 wires (both yellow) on the output side. The transformer is stamped: 680001 B; OBJY2 130R2; EIA172-0314H).
Thanks -
Jim
Field of Industry:: Teaching
Product used for:: Home
JimR
The item you are looking for is a 13K522 or in Stainless a13K523
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Wade

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2 years, 2 months ago
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Wade
Lincolnshire, IL, USA
 

propane or electric tankless water heater size needed?

I have a trailer that I want to use a tankless water heater on. I want to be able to run a shower off of it, no other things will be used at that time on it. The trailer will only be used during the summer months in new york. I have water pressure between 20 and 30 psi out of a shallow well. I am considering either electric or propane, but probably leaning towards electric. So my main question is what size should I be looking for to handle my needs. Are their other condsidertations I should be thinking about?
To answer your question...
an electric Point of use would be ok of your water is around 50 Deg. You would need a 30 Amp 120 V circuit that part number would be a 6DXT2.. Otherwise a small Propane units made by Bosch is a 1LXD2, this unit will require venting and is 26" tall x 16" Wide and 8 1/2" deep. This unit would be more than enough for your needs.

Be sure to use applicble codes for installation.

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Wade

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2 years, 2 months ago
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Wade
Lincolnshire, IL, USA
 
Grainger Item #: 3ERK9
Safety Relief Valve, Body Material Bronze, Inlet Type MNPT, Outlet Type FNPT, Inlet Size 1/2 In., Outlet Size 3/4 In., Factory Set Pressure 200 psi, Pressure Range 0 to 300 psi, Steam Capacity (Lb./Hr.) 425, Disc Material Bronze, Overall Height 6-1/2 In., Application Air, Gas and Steam, Seat Material Bronze, Spring Material 316 Stainless Steel, Temp. Range 0 Degrees to 406 Degrees F, Test Lever No, Standards ASME Section VIII / CRN
 

is there somewhere to find the cfm rating for this relief ?

Field of Industry:: HVAC
Product used for:: air compressor tank relief
Years purchasing from Grainger:: several
Gary,
Check this link below, it will depend on the set pressure.. but it is based on the 3/4" size.

http://www.aquatrol.com/88_89_capac...

Wade

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2 years, 2 months ago
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Wade
Lincolnshire, IL, USA
 
Grainger Item #: 6KK07
Vacuum Breaker, Size 3/4 In., Connection Type GHT, Material of Construction Brass, Seal Buna Nitrile, Max. Pressure 125 psi, Temp. Range 180 Degrees F, Height 1-5/16 In., Width 1-1/4 In., Standards ASSE 1011, CSA B64.2, IAPMO
 

why does the unit leak, although the connections are tight and there is a gasket installed?

Hello,
This unit is a Vacuum Breaker, this unit if installed heigher than the source will allow Air to enter the hose draining the water from that hose when shuttoff. if the faucet or the source is lower than the hose the water will flow out of the braker. If it leaks under pressure the unit is bad and needs to be replaced.

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Wade

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2 years, 2 months ago
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Wade
Lincolnshire, IL, USA
 
Grainger Item #: 2GMP6
Fuel Transfer Pump, Fuel Transfer, Rotary Vane Design, 3/4 HP, Voltage 115/230 VAC, GPM 35, Hose Size 1 In. x 18 ft., Metered No, Inlet Size 1-1/4 In., Outlet Size 1 In. NPT, Max. Viscosity -, 11 AC Amps, 1725 RPM, Adapter Type -, Internal Bypass Valve, Housing Material Cast Iron, Nozzle Material Aluminum, Bearing Type Permanently Lubricated Ball, Nozzle Type Automatic, Mounts 2 In. NPT Opening, Self-Priming Yes, Duty Cycle 30 Minutes, Overall Length 16 In., Height 15-3/4 In., Width 13-1/4 In.
 

What is the IP (Ingress Protection) of this pump?

Ariel,
This is the link for the pump you inquired about, because it is only part of a system the IP is not assesed. How ever the answer would be It depends on the installation..

http://www.fill-rite.com/techinfo/T....

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2 years, 2 months ago
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Wade
Lincolnshire, IL, USA
 
 Front Push Bar, Length 9 3/8 In, ABS
Front Push Bar, Length 9 3/8 In, ABS
Grainger Item #: 5WNR4
Front Push Bar, Length 9 3/8 In., Material of Construction ABS, For Use With Various Elkay Water Coolers
 

how will iknow if this will fit my water coolers?

elkay part # is 55999c that i need. thanks.
Field of Industry:: maintaince
Product used for:: school
Years purchasing from Grainger:: dont know
Mikee,
That will depend on your water cooler Model number. Typically this push bar fitts most Elkay/ Halsey Taylor units. if you look at the broken part sometimes that number will be stampped in it. the typical pn 55999C is a Grainger Part numbe 5WNR4.
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2 years, 2 months ago
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Wade
Lincolnshire, IL, USA
 
Grainger Item #: 4PCD2
Carbon Filter Cartridge, 5 Microns, Filter Media Carbon Block, Height 20 In., Outside Dia. 4-1/2 In., Flow Rate 5 gpm, Max. Temp. 180 Degrees F, Reduces Chlorine, Taste, Odor and Sediment, Application Drinking Water, Inside Dia. 1 In., Service Life 40, 000 gal., EP Series, Standards NSF 42
 

is this considered a GAC filter?

Watertech,
This filter has an "activated carbon block" so to answer your question an Granular Activated Carbon block yes it does. if you have any other questions please feel free to contact us. Thank you for using Grainger Ask & Answer!
Wade

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2 years, 2 months ago
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Wade
Lincolnshire, IL, USA
 
Grainger Item #: 6PA37
Pump, Hot Cooking Oil, Roller, Motor Enclosure ODP, 1 Phase, Voltage 115, 11.8/5.9 Amps AC, 56C Motor Frame, Roller Material PTFE, Viton Shaft Seal, Heavy Duty Motor Ball Bearings, Max Temp 375 F, Port Type 1/2 FNPT Inlet and Outlet, Shaft Dia 5/8 In, Cast Iron Construction, 1725 Max RPM, HP @ 50 PSI 1/3, GPM @ 0 PSI 3.8, @ 25 PSI 3.5, @ 50 PSI 3.0, Length 6 3/4 In, Height 6 1/2 In, Width 11 3/4 In, Standards NSF
 

How fine/coarse must the suction strainer for this pump be?

I previously asked what size suction strainer is required for this pump. The response I recieved referred me to two part numbers:
6UJL2, which contains a 50 mesh (304 micron) filter element, and 1NCR6, which is a compression spring, and has nothing to do whatsoever with pumping or filtration. So based on 6UJL2, I am assuming a strainer size of roughly 300 micron is required. Is this correct?
Hello again,
The temperature will be the determing factor, under 100 DegF that 6UJL2 will work or no filter at all if the oil is clean. However if your oil temperature is hotter than 100 Deg F you will need a Stainless steel screen & basket Strainer for the correct temperature. The only size of strainer that would be required would be if you had suspened solids, since you have not told me the temperature or the type of fluid you are pumping I can not answer that...

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2 years, 2 months ago
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Wade
Lincolnshire, IL, USA
 

is there a 1/2 hp gear motor that produces 12-15 rpm

Hello,
This type of gear motor requires some more info, we do not currently carry a stock 1/2 HP gear motor.
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2 years, 2 months ago
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Wade
Lincolnshire, IL, USA
 
Grainger Item #: 5WPG8
Coupling, Body Material PVC, Schedule 40, Pipe Size 1 In., Connection Type Socket x Socket, Max. Pressure 270 psi at 73 Degrees F, Color White, Max. Temp. 140 Degrees F, Standards ASTM D2466, D1784, F1498, NSF/ANSI 14 & 61
 

does this coupler have a ridge in the middle or is it smooth all the way through.

Hello,
The fitting will have a small stop ring, it is small enough it can be removed with a file or knife..

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Wade

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2 years, 3 months ago
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Wade
Lincolnshire, IL, USA