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    CIFA K 5 Specifications & Technical Data (1999-2012)

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    Delivery rate: 180m³/h – Feed pressure: 95bar – Feeding pipe ø: 125mm – Reach vertical: 52m – Max. Reach horizontal: 48m – Pump type: HPG1808

    Technical specs - K 5 CIFA


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    • Delivery rate 180 m³/h
    • Feed pressure 95 bar
    • Feeding pipe ø 125 mm
    • Reach vertical 52 m
    • Max. Reach horizontal 48 m
    • Pump type HPG1808
    • Distr. boom type B6RZ-52

    More technical details, like: required power , piston stroke, cylinder diameter are available in the full technical specs.

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