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General Client Information

Proposal/RFQ Information

General Pump Information

Pump Style & Type

Pump Powered By

Suction/Inlet & Discharge/Outlet

Basic Application Data

  • Gallon Per Minute (GPM) at the pump's discharge outlet. Excludes friction loss calculations (Choose "Application Assistance with Friction Loss Calculations" below if necessary).

  • @ The desired GPM stated above, What is the Maximum Total Head Feet the water must travel vertically from the pump's discharge port? (Excludes Friction Loss Calculations. See Application Assistance below for friction loss assistance)

  • Frequency and duration of use. Please provide a thorough frequency and duration of use representation by: Hours/Day, Days/Week, Weeks/Month, and Months/Year.

Fluid Information

  • The viscosity of a fluid is the measure of its resistance to gradual deformation by shear stress or tensile stress. For liquids, it corresponds to the informal concept of "thickness": for example, honey has a higher viscosity than water.

    Common Average cP Measurements:
    Gasoline: 0.48 cps, Water: 0.8-1 cps, Mineral Spirits: 1.60 cps, Kerosene/Jet Fuel: 2 cps, No. 2 Diesel: 2.4 cps, Milk: 3 cps, Transformer Oil: 16.2 cps, Hydrauli Oil: 34.6 cps, SAE 10 Motor Oil: 85-140 cps, SAE 40 Motor Oil: 650-900 cps, Honey: 10,000 cps

Installation & Application Environment

Terms & Conditions

    Our pump recommendation and proposal is based on minimal specifications and applications information provided by you, the client. Final due diligence, pump (or accessory) sizing, materials acceptance, and overall feasibility is the responsibility of the you, the client.


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