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2 Qt Fountain Jar Pump, TP | Stainless Steel

Model:TP-200VP/N:86750List:$196.50 USD
  • TP-200V Thick Pump 86750 on Jar (sold separately)
Fast Facts

The TP-200V stainless steel pump reduces the dispensing force needed when serving especially thick condiments or thicker craft sauces. Pump with lid fits your standard 2 quart (1.9 L) fountain jar (sold separately). Each press or stroke serves a 1 oz (30 mL) maximum portion or can be reduced in 1/8 oz (3.7 mL) increments. Contents can be quickly identified by specifying a colored and engraved pump knob upon order, at no additional charge; black is standard.

Ideal For
  • Reducing dispensing force needed when working with especially thick or thicker house products
  • Managing food costs, serving a consistent experience and if needed, matching posted nutritional information
  • Providing menu item consistency with precise portions of thick condiments or thicker craft sauces
  • Countertop use or dropped into a countertop cutout
  • Self-serve condiment stations
  • Kitchen make stations
Dispenses
Certifications:
BPA-Free
NSF
Serving Application:
Ambient
Cold
  • 2-Year Warranty
  • Crafted In the USA
  • GTIN: 687329044085
  • Specifications
  • Documentation
  • Videos
  • Trouble Shooting
GTIN687329044085
Height Above Container5 1/8 in | 13 cm
Width4 1/2 in | 11.4 cm
Depth7 1/8 in | 18.1 cm
Weight3 lb | 1.4 kg
Dimensional Weight3 lb | 1.4 kg
International Dim Wt4 lb | 1.8 kg
Works WithStandard, shallow fountain jar
Capacity2 qt | 1.9 L
Dispense TypePump
Full Portion1 oz | 30 mL
PortionAdjustable in 1/8 oz (3.7 mL) increments
NSF ListedY
BPA FreeY

Brochures

Specification Sheet

Manuals

  • SST Pumps | Manual 01588
    SST Pumps | Manual 01588

    Manual for Server Products Stainless Steel Pump | Models CP-200, CP-F, FP, FP-V, FP-200, FP-200V, FP-1.5, FP-DI, TP-V, TP-200V | Includes: Parts & Use

Parts Breakdown

CAD Drawings

Problem:

How do I stop this pump from dripping?

Solution:

To take care of this mess maker, check the seals and o-rings. If they look worn with tiny cracks or are misshapen, it's a good time for replacement.

Problem:

Why is my pump hard to push down for dispensing?

Solution:

This type of symptom was typically seen in Brazed Style (valve bodies) pumps manufactured prior to 1993. Well done on your pump maintenance, if yours is of that age. Our advice is to make sure the ball is resting on the inner valve assembly inside the cage. If that is correctly placed, also ensure the inner valve handle is on the catch.

Problem:

Why does my pump dispense only a little or no product (under dispense)?

Solution:

The next time your pump is apart for cleaning, check all seals and o-rings for wear or damage. Over time they develop tiny cracks and need to be replaced. Further investigation depends on what style (age) your pump is…

For a Cast Valve with Captured Balls (1999 to present)
Make sure the balls move freely when cleaning.

A Cast Valve with Loose Balls (1993 - 1999)
Make sure the balls are in the proper place; one in the inlet port of the valve body and the other in the discharge port.

For Brazed Valve Bodies (prior to 1993)
Make sure a ball is installed beneath the ball-retaining pin, the retaining pin is in place and a ball is resting on the inner valve assembly under the cage.

Problem:

Why is product oozing out around or under the locking collar?

Solution:

First make sure that the seal is firmly installed on the piston and stem assembly, with the flare side of the seal facing down. If the seal was installed properly, it likely needs replacing.

Problem:

Why isn't my pump returning to the top after dispensing?

Solution:

Known to insiders as a plunger problem, it's typically either a missing washer or a broken/missing spring.

The washer is necessary to compress the spring, so if it's missing, your plunger will not return. A well-used spring can become worn out or broken. The spring is also necessary for pump operation. Now you can call yourself an insider too.

Your pump Model and Part number are stamped on the lid. With that information, a parts breakdown will determine replacement part numbers.

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