The Chugger TCPPSMAX-CI is superior to any other comparable pump in its field and is an affordable escape for homebrewers from the heavy lifting during the wort transferring process of each homebrewing session. Next time you have to transfer wort during a brewing session, take the weight off of your back, and put it in your wallet with this top-of-the-line Polysulfone Centerlined pump.
This Chugger Max pump features a Polysulfone Center Inlet build for the pump hose, a TEFC (Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled) motor to keep it completely protected from any splashes, and durable Polysulfone head for maximum strength and long lasting value. To go along with its TEFC motor, the TCPPSMAX-CI pump is built with a magnetic drive system to make the pump completely leak free and allows homebrewers to control the flow during their brew sessions. The pump housing can also be easily adjusted to the desired and appropriate direction by the brewer by loosening the four screws at the front of the pump housing, rotating the piece, and then tightening the screws back before continuing. Equipped with a durable, easy-to-clean, Polysulfone head, this unit is capable of withstanding liquid temperatures up to 250 degrees F. 1/2" male NPT inlet and outlet ports offer increased compatibility with a variety of fittings without any lapse in non-clog flow.
The Chugger provides brewing enthusiasts with an efficient and easy-to-use alternative to the heavy lifting endured by homebrewers everywhere during wort transfers while saving them money at the same time!
Important Note: There should NEVER be any throttling on the incoming line as this can cause the pump to run dry and damage the pump.
Limited Warranty: Chugger Pumps are warranted only against defects in workmanship for a period of 6 months from the date of purchase. DO NOT RUN THE PUMP DRY, it will not be covered under warranty. A squealing sound is a warning you are running the pump with no fluid. POWER OFF IMMEDIATELY!!! Do not plumb inlet tubing or connections with less than 3/4" full port fittings. This will result in cavitation and problems with your pump.
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