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Pressure-Pro Giant Pumps 2400 PSI 2.2 GPM Built In Unloader And Injector

This Giant model GXV2525-112 pump is great for car wash and pressure wash applications. It comes standard with an unloader and injector. See Related Products for compatible replacement parts for the Giant GX series.
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The Giant GXH2525A-112H is the most current model Giant replacement pump for the replacement of the Oil-Free Strap series pump used by DeWalt, and Ex-Cell on their line of consumer pressure washers.


  • GXRV2224-212…..2.2 GPM @ 2400 PSI
  • Maximum Inlet Pressure….Up to 90 PSIG1
  • RPM….3450
  • Plunger Diameter….16mm
  • Stroke GXRV2224-212 ….4.7mm (6.1 o angle)
  • Crankcase Oil Capacity ….4.7 fl. oz. (4.1 fl.oz. horizontal)
  • Temperature of Pumped Fluids….Up to 80 oF
  • Inlet Port ….1/2″ NPT
  • Discharge Ports ….3/8″ NPT
  • Shaft Rotation ….Either Direction2
  • Weight….9 lbs.
  • Width….8.325″
  • Height ….6.45″
  • Swash Plate Bore (Horizontal) …..3/4″ x 3/16″ Keyway
  • Swash Plate Bore (Vertical) ….7/8″ x 3/16″ Keyway
  • Valve Type ….Polyamide Plastic
  • 1 A 25 PSIG minimum inlet pressure is required.
  • 2 The GXRV2224-212 pump itself can be driven in either direction of rotation; however, the cooling fan on TEFC motors must always be positioned so that the cooling air is drawn from the non-drive end of the motor towards the pump.

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