HT-454 Hydrostatic Test Pump | 400 PSI / 3.0 GPM | 120V AC
|Part Number||Rated Pressure||Rated Flow||Pressure Gauge|
|HT454||Up to 400 PSI||Up to 3.0 GPM||Silicone-Filled, 0 PSI to 600 PSI|
|Weight||Dimensions||Discharge Hose||Additional Contents|
|34 lbs||12" W x 12" L x 8" H (305 mm x 305 mm x 203 mm)||10' (3 m) Outlet Hose with Quick Disconnect Fitting||In-Line Check Valve, Heavy-Duty Carrying Case, Inlet Hose|
|Usually ships within 24 hours|
HT-454 Hydrostatic Test Pump (120 Volt AC) contains everything needed for hydrostatic testing of standpipes, fire sprinklers, fire sprinkler system plumbing, and other water-based systems in a portable, heavy-duty 12" x 12" x 8" (305 mm x 305 mm x 203 mm) metal case. This electric hydrostatic pump delivers up to 400 PSI of pressure, allowing it to easily provide the pressure required for most NFPA hydrostatic tests. This pump also moves up to 3 gallons per minute (3.0 GPM), making it suitable for applications involving small and medium-sized buildings with pipe diameters below six inches.
The HT-454 Hydrostatic Test Pump includes a silicon-filled pressure gauge, stabilizing the gauge needle for better performance and longer product life in pulsating or vibrating environments. This kit weighs in at only 34 pounds, making it a comparable, lightweight alternative to the Rice EL1A.
Each 120V AC HT-454 Hydrostatic Test Pump is ideal for small and medium-scale fire safety applications, including fire sprinkler and standpipe acceptance and revision testing, as well as small-scale water transfers or vent-line filling in carpet cleaning, water damage restoration, and various plumbing applications. The swiveled inlet connection and included supply hose make connecting a water source easy from any angle.
The 120V AC HT-454 Hydrostatic Test Pump also features an in-line check valve to prevent backflow to municipal or other water source and a suction-side strainer to filter debris and minimize flooding. This pump also includes 10' (3 m) of discharge hose with quick-disconnect couplings that make it easy to show fire officials that the system is successfully maintaining pressure.