JOHNSON Circulation Pump CM30P7-1 (12V / 20mm)
JOHNSON Circulation Pump CM30P7-1 (12V / 20mm)
JOHNSON Circulation Pump CM30P7-1 (12V / 20mm)

Johnson Pump

JOHNSON Circulation Pump CM30P7-1 (12V / 20mm)

Sale price$508.68

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SKU: 10-24504-03
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CM30P7 Manual | CM30P7 Sales Flyer

Extreme operational reliability, compact, leak-proof design and the capability of pumping water, antifreeze or coolants under hostile operating conditions are three of the advantages which distinguish the CM30 magnetic drive, seal-less pumps from 
conventional alternatives.

Weather-proof as well as dust-proof, both the CM30 can be used in dirty or high humidity situations in vehicles or outdoor applications where the pump may be regularly subjected to road spray, adverse weather conditions or a profuse hosing down during routine maintenance.

The CM30 is well adapted for a wide range of demanding applications and operates without problem over a wide range of temperatures while reliably pumping coolants or water over extended periods of time.

Low friction impeller bearings prolong service life and make it possible for the CM30 to withstand dry running for up to 30 minutes. The permanently lubricated ball bearing motor also contributes to the up to 5000-hour uninterrupted service rating of this high-tech pump.


•     Maximum flow @ 0,1 bar
CM30 20l/min (5,3 USGPM) with connection Ø16 mm (5/8")
26l/min (6,9 USGPM) with connection Ø20 mm (3/4")
•     enclosed (as per IP67) permanent magnet, ball bearing mounted motor, 
designed for continuous operation
•     Ambient operational temperature range: –40°C to +70°C
•     Liquid temperature range: –40°C to +100°C (-40°F to +212°F)
•     12V or 24V motors
•     High torque for safe starts under difficult conditions
•     Compact, low-weight design
•     Easy, low-cost maintenance and long service life 
•     CE-marked
•     Complies with Recreational Craft Directive 94/25/EEC: 
(ISO 8846), (ISO 10133)
•     Complies with Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 
2004/108/EC: (EN55014-1: 2006), 
(EN55014-2: 1997 +A1: 2001),
(EN61000-6-3: 2007) (2004/104/EC: 2004 Annex1; 
paragraph 6.5, 6.6, 6.8 and 6.