The perfect pump for use with espresso and coffee equipment and is a direct replacement part for pumps installed by many cart manufacturers.
SHURflo 2088 Series Delivery Pump is a fully automatic, self-priming diaphragm pump, ideal for high-volume applications such as vending machines for both delivery and reservoir draining. The pump activates automatically as line pressure drops and shuts off when a preset pressure is achieved. We highly recommend the use of an accumulator tank (part #9013) to help reduce cycling of the motor. This is the Shurflo 2088-594-144 model. Factory installation and operation manual here.
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Shurflo 2088 Series Pumps are high flow, low pressure pumps ideally suited for beverage and water applications such as city water pressure boost, portable cart water delivery, batch and transfer of product. These pumps activate automatically as line pressure drops and turns off when a preset pressure is achieved.
Self-priming up to 12 vertical lift feet [3.7m]
Used in delivery and transfer applications up to 3.0 GPM [11.4 LPM]
Automatic turn on / shut-off
Customer provided power supply required
3.3 GPM [12.5 LPM] open flow
45 PSI [3.1 BAR] shutoff
1/2"-14* NPT male ports
NSF-, UL-, and CUL-listed
SHURflo warrants Industrial 2088 series pumps to be free from material and workmanship defects (under normal use and service) for a period of one (1) year from the date of manufacture. or (1) one year use with proof of purchase, not to exceed 2 years.