Chugger Pump Stainless Steel-Center X-Dry

Item Number: 102-1000XD

Sale price$299.99
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115 V 50/60 HZ

Stainless Steel Head X-Dry Chugger Pump

New & Improved with Run Dry Protection!

Add the optional reducer to make a 1/2" FPT on the inlet port

Chugger SS Center
Features FDA approved Run Dry Carbon Bearing Material
Chugger SS Center Inlet Pump 3/4" Inlet x 1/2" outlet.MPT
316 Stainless Steel (Front Housing), 316 Stainless Steel (Rear Housing), Teflon (Thrust Washer), CLEAR Silicone (O-Ring), POLYSULFONE (Impeller)

Max Flow 7 GPM 22.7 LPM
Max Head 18.6 FT 4.1 M
Power .04 HP .029 KW
Electrical 115V 50/60HZ
60HZ 50HZ

Can handle liquids of 250F
Materials are FDA Food Compliant
Components are UL Recognized

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
As advertised

Using pump to move sap from collector to elevated storage tank. Works well. run dry feature is great. it does not have much suction at all. I use 1" dia. hose on inlet side for good pressure. pump lifts 8' to tank with good flow till air gets in the line. once air gets in the inlet it loses its push.

steve widder
Chugger pump

Built solid, works great, fast ship.

Don Whitaker

I have been brewing since my University days (a long time ago), When I hit 60 a year ago, I decided that I was going to give up my gas fired kettles and go with Ekettles and controllers. Every thing is stainless steel and arranged on a stainless work table that I added wheels to. The crowning glory was the Chugger Pump with the stainless head. They work flawlessly! To be honest, they work better than my old mismatched pumps . And they look great!

Robert coates
Chugged pump

This pump does move product as described. Also as described it does not self prime so it needs to be set lower in your system. It does not do well when you try to close off some of the flow for sparge/ lauter, it wants to cavitat. I batch sparge thru a screen to over come this which works well for me as my efficiency is equal to or above my clone recipes. I gravity feed the sparge water from a second cooler and pump into the boil pot thru a screen hooked on the side of the boil pot from the mash tun. When unhooking hoses, make sure you have shut all values and have a pan to catch what is left in the hoses and pump.

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