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Submersible Sump Pump, 3/10 HP, Switch Type Vertical, Cord Length 9 ft., 115 Voltage, 9.6 Amps, Dia. 10-3/32 In., Discharge NPT 1-1/2 In., Height 10-1/16 In., Max. Head 19 ft., Max. Dia. Solids 1/2 In., GPM of Water @ 5 Ft. of Head 43, GPM of Water @ 10 Ft. of Head 34, GPM of Water @ 15 Ft. of Head 19, Max. Temp. 130 Degrees F, Off Point 3 In., On Point 7-1/4 In., Base Material Polypropylene, Housing Cast Iron, Top Material Cast Iron, Impeller Material Polypropylene, Duty Continuous, RPM 1550
 
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Usage frequency:Daily
Yes, I recommend this product.
Great Pump
PostedJune 21, 2012
This is my preferred sump pump. It's heavy duty and long lasting.
Field of Industry:Water Management
Product used for:Subsurface Vaults
Years purchasing from Grainger:20
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what hp pump do I need for a 100 foot deep well

It all depends on what you are doing with the water up top and how much flow you need. ie. are you running irrigation, filling a stock pond, or filling tanks?
2 years, 6 months ago
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I need an electric pump to pump from an open pond @120 verticical feet into an open resirvor

I would like at least 5 gpm flow. piping could be either 3/4 or 1 inch or 1 1/4 if necessary
I would try a Franklin submersible well pump vs. a shore mounted pump it will be more efficient. Just size the pump correctly and have a properly sized intake screen.
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