Lincoln® Upgraded PMV Grease Pump 50:1
Originally introduced in 2007, the PMV pump line is recognized for its strong performance, quiet operation, ease of use and design simplicity. Building on this widely utilized design, SKF continues to develop and improve the PMV to provide customers with technically advanced, long-lasting lubrication service pumps.
The upgraded design includes a more robust outlet body casting and a copper pump tube seal that protects the internal outlet casting. In addition, an outlet check on the oil pumps prevents excess supply line pressure from reaching the pump and prevents damage due to thermal expansion back pressure.
- New Outlet Body Casting
- New Copper Gasket between Outlet Casting & Pump Tube
- Special Limited 5 Year Warranty
- For use with 120 lb. Drums
||40 - 150 psi. (2.7-10.3 bar)
|Max Output Pressure
||3750 psi. (258 bar.)
|Air Inlet Threading
|Material Outlet Threading
|Airmotor Bore Diameter
||3" (76.2 mm)
||3-1/4" (82 mm)
|Output Per Cycle
||12.8cc (.78 cu. in.)
||Carbon steel, Brass, Zinc, Polyurethane, Nitrile
||2753 cc/min (168 cu.in/min)
You can return unused or defective products up to 30 days from the date of order. Some product returns may be subject to restocking fees. Proof of Purchase will be required if we cannot verify your order information. Unless the product is defective or damaged in transit, the customer is responsible for return shipment costs.
Defective or Damaged Products
All shipments received must be immediately inspected for damage. If your order shipped on a freight carrier, any damage needs to be noted on the Freight Receipt before signing for the delivery. An exchange or refund will be provided at no additional cost. If damage is due to misuse or regular wear of the product, the return will be denied.
If you need to cancel your order for any reason, please contact us immediately. If the order is canceled prior to shipping, you will be refunded in full. Certain products that are manufactured to order cannot be canceled after the manufacturing process has started.