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4 Pump Mounting Plate Complete with Breakers and Wiring

Item #: 150-822  UPC : 00669893023048

$228.70

$280.15

 
 
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4 Pump Mounting Plate Complete


This aluminum wall mount pump plate frame comes ready to mount. 

All electrical equipment is pre-installed and wired up. Pump post are pre-installed and secured with jam nuts to prevent rattling loose. 

Red and black bus bars for power distribution from the battery. 

Four  40 amp circuit breaks are installed to protect the pump/pump controllers and pre-wired. 

All red and black wires have quick connects ready to add pumps. 

Intended to mount in a van, on a flat bed truck or trailer, the aluminum frame won't rust and is bleach safe.

Rivnuts are installed for easy installation of electrical equipment, breaker switches and pump controllers. 



RODI Configuration example:

On the right the plate is mounted to a van divider wall. It has the pumps and pump controller added to the plate. 

Ready for RO boost and single operator. (Capable of running two poles off one line)

Example of a completed installation, Pumps Depicted not included with this plate

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