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- ItemSubmersible Sump Pump
- Switch TypeSensor Rod
- Cord Length10 ft.
- Discharge NPT1-1/2"
- Max. Head31 ft.
- Max. Dia. Solids1/4"
- GPM of Water @ 5 Ft. of Head58
- GPM of Water @ 10 Ft. of Head46
- GPM of Water @ 15 Ft. of Head31
- GPM of Water @ 20 Ft. of Head19
- GPM of Water @ 25 Ft. of Head9
- GPM of Water @ 30 Ft. of Head20
- Max. Temp.104 Degrees F
- Min. Sump Pit Dia.10"
- Off Point120"
- On Point1"
- Base MaterialCast Iron
- Top MaterialAluminum
- Impeller MaterialEP
- Thermal ProtectionYes
- Bearing TypeDual Ball
- Shaft Seal(2) Carbon/Ceramic, (1) Buna N
- Mechanical SealCRB/CMC, Buna N
- Motor TypePermanent Split Capacitor
- Shaft MaterialStainless Steel
- FeaturesEnergy Efficient Permanent Split Capacitor, Piggy-Back Dual Float Switch with Protective Cage, Continuous Duty Rated, Dual Carbon/Ceramic Seals, Water Cooled - No Oil to Leak
- Includes5RZN3, Hose Clamp, Instructions
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Is the switch water tight if the power is out water may go over the switch.
This switch is watertight, and operates off of a sensor in the float rod as opposed to a timer. The pump will operate as long as the sensor is still in water and the pump will turn off when the sensor rod is no longer under water.
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