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The RF−600’s hydraulic design allows a nominal 600 GPM rating with generous surplus capacity. In situations where a standard PTO refueler pump cannot provide the necessary power, the RF−600 is the right choice. Compact and lightweight, the RF−600 is built to accommodate the chassis of most commercially built fire trucks and tankers. The split shaft pump transmission and the pump are engineered and built by Waterous, the leading manufacturer of mid−ship fire pumps using split shaft transmissions. Additional transmissions are available if a PTO is desired or if direct-engine mounting is required.
Pump Body: Single piece aluminum, hard anodized
Intake and Discharge Fittings: Victaulic connections, aluminum, hard anodized
Impeller: End suction, Flame-plated (tungsten carbide), double hubs, hard anodized aluminum
Impeller Shaft and Hardware: Stainless Steel Shaft Seal: Face-type mechanical seal
Wear Rings: Reverse-flow, stainless steel
Case: High tensile strength grey iron
Chain: ‘‘Silent’’ Morse HV chain
Ratio: 3.10:1 Driveline: 2.35 inch, 46 tooth involute spline, 16,000 LB−FT (21,760 N⋅m) torque rating
Shift: Constant mesh sliding collar, patented shift lock to hold selected position, air powered
Shafts and Sprockets: Machined from alloy steel forgings, hardened and ground to size in critical areas
Bearings: Deep groove ball bearing with continuous splash lubrication
Tachometer: Mechanical tachometer connection provided, turns ½ input shaft speed
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When you purchase Waterous equipment, not only do you get quality products, you get quality service. Our expert service technicians are the best in the business and they are always happy to answer any service questions you might have. The numbers for our service and training specialists are listed below for your convenience. If you have a general service question please call our main number and our staff will kindly direct you to the appropriate department.
Phone: 651-450-5234 (Press 3)