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We have a external gear pump in our factory with the following spesification
pump capacity[2.9 l/min] ,electro motor power 0.75 kw
I want the bocsh product code to order the new pump
and i want to know the exact specificatin of your similar pumps
please respond me as soon as possible
thanx in advance.

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Hmm, this is a website where people post solutions to problems,

if you have a model number go to google.com and search for that number

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