FREESEA 160-1100 GPH Submersible Water Pump for Pond, Aquarium, Hydroponics, Fish Tank FountainMore Info
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- Smart control, dry running automaticly cut power.(Principle:Dry running opreation will increase motor temperature, then the pump will automatically shut down, but the motor will restart working after the temperature goes down. Therefore, when the motor automatically turned off we need to cut off power immediately. This function can effectively reduce the damage caused by dry running.）
- With bottom suction trainer,100% submersible.
- Maximum flow rate: 840 GPH STRONG POWER and HIGH LIFT. Max Lift Height: 9.2 ft. 60W high efficiency motor for energy saving.
- Lift height is a max height the water goes up, after connecting the water pipe to the nozzle (Make sure the joint sealed securely and tightly) SUCTION CUP and 5.9Ft POWER CORD. Long enough cord for easy installation.
From HBF: Make sure the components you use are compatible and rated for your intended application. Contact manufacturer with questions about suitability or a specific application. Always read and follow manufacturer directions.
I use a similar pump (different manufacturer, features and specifications) for a recirculating draft line cleaning setup. Note that fittings sizes are different on this pump vs the one I use in that build. Adjust accordingly Another possible homebrewing application would be to set this up for use a part of a recirculating wort chiller setup.
FREESEA 160-1100 GPH Submersible Water Pump for Pond, Aquarium, Hydroponics, Fish Tank Fountain – note that multiple variations of this pump may be available, as such a different version may show up at this link
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