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Original price $625.00 - Original price $625.00
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$625.00 - $625.00
Current price $625.00

Gast RV03-101-G650DX Alternative Rotary Vane Septic Air Pump

The Gast RV03-101-G650DX is the replacement pump of choice for installers that desire longevity.
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Important Info

We do not stock the RV03 Model. You will be shipped a Gast AT05 as a replacement.
  • Key Features
  • Specs
  • Warranty
  • If you’re looking for a professional Rotary Vane Septic Air Pump replacement, without having to pay a hefty price, then look no further. Gast Rotary Vanes are known as the workhorses of air pumps. They work hard, last long, and ultimately get the job done.

    Under the right conditions, this durable compressor will last you eight to 10 years without any issues. That’s over 7 billion rotations! This unique vane lays a film down on the counter face, so the material is wearing against itself. This allows the vane to wear at a rate of one-thousandth of an inch per year. A simple dusting of the top filter every four months will keep this septic air pump in tip top shape.

    This air pump replacement is not sensitive to back pressure, which makes its the perfect pump for high back pressure situations, including pond applications. The Gast RV03-101-G650DX is energy efficient, so it won’t run up your power bill. Although it is supposed to last nearly a decade, if you do run into problems there is usually very little maintenance required. Repair parts are readily available on our site.

  • Rated Voltage 115 Volts
    Frequency 60 Hz
    Current 4.7 Amps
    Power 190 (1/4) W (hp)
    RPM 1725
    Maximum Pressure 5 PSI
    Maximum Airflow 135 L / min 4.8 cfm
    Sound level Less than 60 dB(A) dB(A)
    Operating Surface Temperature 150 ℉
    Weight 31 lbs
    Length 13.58 in
    Width 8.4 in
    Height 6.4 in (without filter)
  • One Year Warranty Covering Manufacturing Defects Only


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