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Chugger MAX Pump Nano Brewery Pump

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Chugger MAX Pump Nano Brewery Pump

Choose Voltage, Material, and Connection Type from the drop-down below

115VAC or 115/230VAC Switchable

Plastic or Stainless Steel

NPT Threaded or Tri Clamp

  • $390.00
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NEW! Chugger MAX Pump Nano Brewery Pump.  All the materials are FDA food compliant and the components are UL Recognized. Can handle liquids up to 250ºF.

IInlet tubing needs to be 3/4" ID Minimum and there should be some slight back pressure on the outlet to prevent cavitation.

 

Versions Available:

Plastic Threaded 115VAC - 1" Female NPT Inlet and 1/2" Male NPT Outlet

Stainless Steel Threaded 115VAC - 1" Female NPT Inlet and 1/2" Male NPT Outlet

Stainless Steel Threaded 115/230VAC Switchable - 1" Female NPT Inlet and 1/2" Male NPT Outlet

Stainless Steel Tri Clamp 115VAC - 1.5" TC Inlet and 1" TC Outlet



Max Flow: 17 GPM 
Max Head: 27 ft.
Power: .125 HP
Electrical: 115V 60HZ
Can handle liquids of 250F
Materials are FDA Food Compliant
Components are UL Recognized
DO NOT RUN DRY - Non-Submersible

Cannot be run in an enclosed space such as a tool box.  

Do not restrict the inlet side of the pump in any way.  Inlet requires 3/4" Minimum ID  tubing and fittings for proper function. Inlet restriction may void warranty

Cannot be returned if the cord has been cut.

 

    • Weight
      14 lbs
    • SKU
      CHUG-TCPSSMAX-CI
  • Voltage
    115 VAC, 115/230 VAC Switchable
  • Plastic or Stainless Steel Head
    Plastic, Stainless Steel
  • NPT Threaded or Tri Clamp
    NPT Threaded, Tri Clamp
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  • Roy Marler
    May 31, 2022, 11:17
    Thought this pump would be alot more powerful than my 7 gal March 815 but I was wrong. Barely spins the spray ball. Guess I'm going to have to buy another pump and wait again. Got sent the wrong pump the first time and finally get this in and wired up and now this... Not happy!! Pure junk!!
  • David H.
    Apr 7, 2021, 16:21
    I have 4 of these pumps that get used nearly every day. Like them so much that I bought 2 of the new models with welded on Tri-Clamp fittings. Much to my disappointment, one of the pumps has a large rusty patch on the inside of the outlet connection. Terrible welding of this particular fitting, but the other unit is fine. Also, the inlet on this "Tri-Clamp" model is not a 1.5" TC ferrule. It is actually a Garolla fitting. They are very close in size, but it is NOT 1.5" TC and should not be advertised as such. The TC gasket doesn't fit perfectly, but it's close enough that it can be squeezed to work.
    Brewers Hardware, Inc.
    Apr 8, 2021, 09:10
    Hi David. Thanks for bringing this to our attention. For a few years we have been converting NPT Chugger pumps into Tri Clamp Heads by welding them in house. Chugger recently started selling Tri Clamp versions of their pumps directly which aren't welded but molded instead. We just started carrying these so they are new to us as well but just opened one up and you are definitely right that the outlet is not a Tri Clamp fitting as it is advertised on their website. It appears to just be an issue with the Tri Clamp Max Pumps. We have disabled the listing for the time being until Chugger offers us a solution and will reach out to you via email.

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