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Condensate Pump, 1/150 HP, 120 Volt

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  • Item # 2GZG4
  • Mfr. Model # 1-ABS
  • NSN # 4320-01-236-1233
  • UNSPSC # 40151510
  • Catalog Page # 3768
  • Shipping Weight 4.05 lbs.
Country of Origin MexicoCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemCondensate Pump
  • TypeCompact Submersible
  • HP1/150
  • Watts70
  • Voltage120
  • Amps1.1
  • Max. Pressure (PSI)4.3
  • Height (In.)4-7/16
  • Length (In.)7-7/16
  • Width (In.)3-3/4
  • Discharge1/4" (M)NPT
  • Float MaterialIntregal ABS Plastic
  • GPH of Water @ 1 Ft. of Head205
  • GPH of Water @ 5 Ft. of Head145
  • GPH of Water @ 9 Ft. of Head25
  • Shut-Off (Ft.)10
  • Max. Temp. (F)120
  • Shaft MaterialSST
  • Includes6 ft. Power Cord, Thermal Overload Protector, Polyethylene Screen, 1/4" Discharge Elbow
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Compliance and Restrictions

  • This product contains a chemical that is regulated under California Proposition 65.

    Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.

    Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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So the volume of water (in cubic inches) pumped in one on-off cycle is 1 inch (difference between on-depth of float switch [2.5"] and off-depth [1.5"]) times the surface area of the tank used, minus the cross-sectional area of the pump itself, minus whatever drains back into the tank from the outlet hose when the pump shuts off. Am I figuring correctly? This doesn't seem very efficient. A submersible pump should empty at least several inches of depth from the condensate-collection bucket or tank in one pump cycle.

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Well to answer this it would require some more info, but for the most part. This pump will lift the fluid 10ft max, at the apex of the ideally less than 10ft you put a drop loop in the tubing so that water will siphon away from the pump. This will prevent the fluid from "spilling back" other wise you can use a Check Valve in the outlet of the pump.

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Answer: 
condensate pumps are used to pump up above the evaporator and probably along the ceiling till it has a chance to drop down to a drain pipe. Long runs will drain back to refill catch tank unless a check valve (one way valve) in placed in-line near the output of the pump. Larger pumps also need a screen to prevent debris getting caught in the check valve and allow a leak to seep back to collection tank.
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What is the depth difference between the off and on positions of the float valve? Is the black cylinder on the left of the photo the float valve? Can it be mounted higher in a tank? Is there a tank supplied with the pump?
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Hello,
This pump is designed to opperate with a 2.5" on and 1" to 1.5" off. The Float switch could be moved but would void the warranty, perhaps another unit would be more suitable. And no there is no tank included, A 3P732 is a uit that has a reservoir included.
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