SB2005 Pump

  • Hi Tech Systems Polyurea Pump SB2005 front
  • Hi Tech Systems Polyurea Pump SB2005 side
  • Hi Tech Systems Polyurea Pump SB2005 charge and operate
  • Hi Tech Systems Polyurea Pump SB2005 purge bucket
  • Hi Tech Systems Polyurea Pump SB2005 back

The SB2005 is our original, industry leading dual component pump. The pump features heavy duty cast iron pumps, stainless steel tanks and a 1/2 horse power motor. With 6.7 gallon tanks, fitting an entire 10 gallon kit of material is easy, resulting in less down time. An optional Battery/Inverter setup allows for cordless operation. We have continued to refine this pump over the years resulting in a pump that is rugged, efficient, and easy to use and maintain.

New for 2015

  • Solid base protects floor from dripping material
  • Quick Connectors for Charger and Inverter
  • Purge bucket hanger integrated into boom

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Specifications

  1. Weight: 190 lbs. dry
  2. Height: 38-1/2”
  3. Width: 27”
  4. Length: 30”
  5. Motor: 1/2HP DC Gear motor w/separate heat sink, RPM: 0 - 500, Volts: 90-130, Torque: 202 In. Lbs., Amps: 5.5
  6. Pumps: Cast iron dual internal rotary gear pumps
  7. Tanks: 6.7 gallon, 14 gauge 304 stainless steel (ss) tanks w/ss lids, w/custom welded ss mounting nipples for ss suction line strainers and pump mounts, attached to frame with ss worm gear clamps.
  8. Power: 110 volt
  9. Hoses: 3/8” x 14.5’ stainless steel braided hoses coupled with a protective sleeve
  10. Wheels: 6” non marring gray balloon cushion wheels for easy roll over of cords and debris, swivel wheels have brakes
  11. Dispensing Unit: Extended lightweight handle with a dual port manifold, on/off switch and speed control knob
  12. Viscosity: 50 – 5,000 centipoise
  13. Flow Rate: To 1 gallon per minute
  14. Ratios: 1 – 1 ratio, easily geared to other ratios

1. Fill tanks with separate materials for blending; always use the same tanks for the same material, (A side in A tank, B side in B tank).  Do not allow material to run dry in either tank.

2. Check all connections for leaks and tightness, including the chain.  To adjust the chain tightness, loosen the nut on the idler sprocket located directly above the main drive sprocket coming from the motor, and slide up or down so you have approximately ½” of play in the chain.

3. Have work site ready for application.

4. Connect pump to power supply and open relief valves on top of tank lids.

5. Turn the pump on, run a small amount of material out to verify both materials are being pumped freely.  Once verified, attach nozzle to manifold with retaining nut and begin dispensing.  Adjust the speed control to your requirement while dispensing material.

6. When finished, turn off the pump, disconnect your power source, close relief valves on lids, remove nozzle and grease manifold until grease flows out.

1. If you leave material in the tanks, properly seal under the lid of the tanks with appropriate seal, such as a sheet of clear plastic.  This will help to avoid hardening or crystallization of the material.

2. If removing material, drain material through drain cocks below tanks, clean/flush tanks with xylene, and purge with mineral spirits or 30W oil.  Check and clean debris from strainers at base of tanks.  Strainers are threaded clockwise onto an interior nipple.

3. Grease manifold and wheel bearings.

4. Wipe down machine and inside tanks.

5. Check seals under lids and replace as necessary.

6. Check all fittings for tightness and/ or cracks.

7. Check hoses for leaks and replace as necessary.

8. Check chain for proper tightness.

1. Become completely familiar with the SB-2005 pump before operation.

2. Read all safety recommendations on the Material Safety and Data Sheets of the material you will be pumping.

3. Keep hands and clothing free from all moving chains, gears and moving parts while operating the equipment.

4. Be sure to strap the pump securely and use the wheel brakes before transporting.

5. It is highly recommended to always use the same tanks (A or B) for the same material, otherwise you run the risk of having material harden inside of the tank, pump, hoses, etc…

Motor                       
Heat Sink                 
Pumps                      
Tanks                       
Lids                          
Speed Control          
Chain                       
20T Gear                           
35T Drive                
Strainers                            
Idler                         
Manifold                            
Night Cap                
Wheels – Swivel       
Wheels – Rigid                  
Worm Gear Clamps 
Supply Lines            
Line Cover               
Fuseholder               
Switch/Fuse             
Control Cover          
Elbow – Man           
Elbow – Pump         
45 - Drain                
Valve – Lid              
Valve – Drain          
Pipe Tee                   
Reducer/Tank-Tee    
Nipple ½ - 3/8          
Nipple ½ - 1/4          
Toggle                      
Electrical Lines                  
Aluminum Box                  
Lid Holder                
Wing Nut                 
Nipple ½ - ½            

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