Multiquip ST2037 electric submersible pump


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2", 73 GPM, 1 HP, 115V, Contractor grade submersible pump.
This is multiquip's best selling sump pump, its streamlined design allows the pump to fit into narrow and confined areas
The pump has a built-in thermal overload protection that shuts down the pump when the operating temperature becomes too high and automatically restarts it once the temperature returns to an acceptable level.
Listed with Underwriter's Laboratories in accordance with U.S. and Canadian standards.
Quiet, unattended operation assists you when you have a deadline to meet. This submersible can be left running for hours after your crew is done for the day.
Submersibles can operate completely or partially submerged in any position. Unlike engine driven pumps, they require no priming assistance and may be used indoors.
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$405.00 $335 each

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Contractor grade
2" (51 mm) discharge size
73 gallons per minute (276 liters)
Power: 1 HP (0.75 kw)

Includes screen for intake
Complies with UL and Canadian electrical standards
neoprene rubber over cast iron impeller
50 ft power cable (15.2 m)
115V single phase
34.5 Amps while starting
6.9 Amps while running
Thermal overload protection: yes
Total head: 37 ft (11.2 m)
7.4" diameter (18.8 cm)
15.4" high (39.1 cm)
Weight: 31 lbs (14 kg)
thermal overload protection:yes

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Since this pump is driven by an electric motor there are no concerns regarding fuel or engine oil. All wear parts are constructed of abrasion resistant materials to reduce costly downtime for repairs.
The mechanical seal operates within an oil filled chamber that provides positive lubrication. This helps prevent damage in the event the pumps is run dry for short periods of time.
All hardware is made of stainless steel to resist corrosion and simplify service.

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