Gast 0823 Rotary Vane Septic Air Pump

Gast 0823 Rotary Vane Septic Air Pump
Than means the unit will have made over 7 billion rotations before having to be rebuilt. It achieves this with a unique vane that puts a film down on the counter face so that the material is wearing against it self.This allows the vane to wear at a rate of a thousandth of an inch per year. It is important to clean the compressors top filter every 4 months as dust entering the the septic air pump takes the film layer away affecting longevity and time between rebuild. Gast Rotary Vane septic air pump is a durable, long lasting pressure air pump. This unit can be wired at 230V or 115V, but comes pre-wired for high voltage. Details
  • Rotary vane air compressor
  • These specifications are results for a system with a 120-volt power source
  • Most power providers within the United States provide VAC at 60 Hz
  • The highest pressure at which this product can operate continuously is 10 PSI
  • The maximum airflow through the outlet of this product is 226 liters per minute
  • The noise level of this product will be less than double the average ambient noise within a home.
  • Low air pulsation
  • Oil free operation
  • Thermal over load protection
  • Easy maintenance
  • K479 Repair Kit

Specifications

Rated Voltage 120 Volts

Power supply Frequency 60 Hz

Current 9.2 Amps

Power 560 (3/4) W (hp)

Rotations Per Minute 1725 RPM

Maximum Pressure 10 PSI

Maximum Airflow 226 L / min 8 cfm

Sound level Less than 70 dB(A)

Temperature Range 33.8 – 104 ℉

Weight 47 lbs.

Length  16 In

Width 6.5 In

Height (without filter) 8.6 In

*solid line is for 60 cycle performance 

**dashed line is for 50 cycle performance

P/N: 0823pump


Price:

$705.00

About the product

The Gast 0823 Rotary Vane Septic Air Pump is the choice of professional installers who want to give customers a long trouble free septic air pump. The compressor is not sensitive to back pressure like diaphragm pumps. It is not uncommon for a Gast unit to work for 8-10 years with no issues.