Condensate Pump, 120V Zoom

Condensate Pump, 120V

SKU:CP-22

Brand: DiversiTech

DiversiTech
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$36.95
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$178.25 / box (5 units x $35.65)
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Specs

Shutoff Head (ft.): 4
Includes: Safety Switch
Voltage:
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120v
Features: 22' of Lift

Description for DiversiTech CP-22

The CP-22 is suitable for use with condensate from HVAC systems including high efficiency furnaces and humidifiers which produce acidic condensate. This rugged pump has 22 feet of lift, compared to the typical 20 feet. The CP-22 has a number of features and benefits including vibration dampening feet and motor mounts, metal hang tabs, four versatile inlet holes, an easy to understand indicator display, a simple float switch and check valve. Integrating the CP-22 into your system is easy. 1/4" quick connect terminals provide easy connection to the built in overflow switch. Two terminals are provided allowing the installer flexibility to connect air handler shut-down. Switch features SPDT isolated contacts ready for connection to building automation systems.

  • Continuous duty 140F.
  • Maximum inlet temperature 160F
  • Not suitable for contact with steam or gasses that exceed 160F
  • 96 GPH

Condensate Pump, 120V

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DiversiTechCondensate Pump, 120V
 
4.5

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Perfect for Condensing Hydronic Boiler.

Works quietly and efficiently I have it lifting my boiler condensate about 9 feet to pump the condensate water to the outdoors. I like the led status indicator lights. Installation was very easy.

Works quietly and efficiently I have it lifting my boiler condensate about 9 feet to pump the condensate water to the outdoors. I like the led status indicator lights. Installation was very easy.

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Designed to fail at 3 years

Do not buy under any circumstances!
1. When initially installed, it works fine.
2. The float is made of closed cell foam that is NOT closed enough and the float eventually...Read complete review

Do not buy under any circumstances!
1. When initially installed, it works fine.
2. The float is made of closed cell foam that is NOT closed enough and the float eventually submerges.. Then the pump overflows and floods the floor.
3. The overfill warning switch is actuated by the same float, so the warning does not work either.
4. If you attempt to adjust the switch to the changing float level, it breaks, but the manufacturer has no spare parts.
5. The switch is not standard, so you cannot buy it from any supplier.
I bought a new pump from a different manufacturer.

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3.0

Float switch problem!

By Indiana hvac tech

from Northern Indiana

Verified Reviewer

Comments about Condensate Pump, 120V:

Pump is quiet & provides good condensate removal when new - but foam float on switch shrinks and causes overflow. Do Not use where water overflow would cause damage. Diversitech needs a hollow plastic float to correct this problem before I will use (sell) again.

 
5.0

Great Product

By keefer

from Roanoke, VA

Verified Buyer

Comments about Condensate Pump, 120V:

Fast Delivery, Good price for a great working Condensate Pump.

 
5.0

Pump

By King Lear

from Nazareth pa

Verified Buyer

Comments about Condensate Pump, 120V:

Cheap and easy to install

 
5.0

just what I needed

By remodel mishap

from Leon ny

Verified Buyer

Comments about Condensate Pump, 120V:

I already had a similar model connected to my high efficiency furnace. Due to me being a clusmy on my remodeling project I accidentally took it out. I wasn't about to pay $200.00 for a repair guy to do what i could. Supplyhouse showed all the specs,came with everything I needed to connect the New one to my furnace.Definitely love this site and plan on using it in the future.

 
5.0

Outstanding product and fast service!

By Junior lover

from CT

Verified Buyer

Comments about Condensate Pump, 120V:

First time with this company and extremely impressed with price, shipping and everything else. First--rate company. Would highly recommend !!

 
5.0

Good product!

By Rob

from Western KY

Verified Buyer

Comments about Condensate Pump, 120V:

Great quiet pump at a good price.

 
1.0

Designed to fail at 3 years

By Brad

from Brewster, MA

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        Comments about Condensate Pump, 120V:

        Do not buy under any circumstances!
        1. When initially installed, it works fine.
        2. The float is made of closed cell foam that is NOT closed enough and the float eventually submerges.. Then the pump overflows and floods the floor.
        3. The overfill warning switch is actuated by the same float, so the warning does not work either.
        4. If you attempt to adjust the switch to the changing float level, it breaks, but the manufacturer has no spare parts.
        5. The switch is not standard, so you cannot buy it from any supplier.
        I bought a new pump from a different manufacturer.

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        5.0

        Great little pump

        By Bill

        from Delaware

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              Comments about Condensate Pump, 120V:

              I was replacing my existing condensate pump with an identical one. Unplugged the old one, removed from mounting screws, disconnected the old plastic tubing and two electrical leads. Reversed the process with the new pump. Had it up and running in less than 5 minutes.

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              5.0

              Highly Recommend Pex-Supply

              By RT

              from Elk Grove, Ca

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                    Comments about Condensate Pump, 120V:

                    Delivered on time. The pump works perfect. My original pump was the same model but quit working. Something in the floats contact switches stopped working..
                    very Happy With Pex Supply........

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                    5.0

                    Easy to install and a no brainer

                    By Glynn

                    from Chattanooga, TN

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                          The pump works perfectly and even a child could intstall it.

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                          • Condensate Pump, 120V

                            Q:

                            What are the height,length,and width?
                            Asked on 7/6/2015 by Joe from Greensboro,N.C.

                            1 answer

                          • Condensate Pump, 120V

                            Q:

                            Does it have a high water level safety hook up back to the 24V circuit?
                            Does it include a cord with 3 prong plug for power?
                            Asked on 7/10/2014 by Duffer from Loveland, Ohio

                            1 answer

                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              Yes the cp22 comes with a 24 volt alarm relay that opens with high water level and a three prong plug.
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                              Answered on 7/10/2014 by Anonymous
                          • Condensate Pump, 120V

                            Q:

                            Does it have a high water level safety hook up back to the 24V circuit?
                            Does it include a cord with 3 prong plug for power?
                            Asked on 7/10/2014 by Duffer from Loveland, Ohio

                            1 answer

                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              It has a three prong plug. And a circuit with two blade connectors for the thermostat circuit labeled
                              Run
                              There is another blade connector for an optional Alarm hookup.
                              The circuit diagram is labeled 24v 1A max.
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                              Answered on 7/10/2014 by Starbuck1 from Huntington, New York
                          • Condensate Pump, 120V

                            Q:

                            I've lived in a townhouse for 7 years. The condensate pump is in the garage attached to the side of the furnace. For a number of years now the pump has dripped water from the bottom of the tank when it overflows, but it wouldn't do it continuously. Lately, after running the AC, or heat on cold days in the winter, for an hour or more the pump drips water for hours. There is no drain in the garage so this is a problem. My question is does this mean the pump's motor is not functioning any longer?
                            Asked on 6/24/2014 by TR from Portland, OR

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                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              It's definitely not doing it's job. It is possible, that the reservoir or the drain hose is gummed up or blocked, or the float switch inside has developed a problem and is not functioning correctly. I suggest you add a pint or two of water to it and observe if the pump comes on to empty the reservoir. If not, try to determine the problem.
                              1) is power being supplied, is it plugged in, and is the green indicator light on?
                              2) Is the pump fouled with debris or dirt? (unplug the pump, detach it from the source, drain, inspect, and clean any debris out. Then reassemble and see if that fixed the problem.
                              3) The float switch inside the pump, may not be working. When the float rises on the water inside the reservoir, the float switch activates the circuit to turn on the pump motor.

                              Answered on 6/25/2014 by Starbuck1 from Huntington, New York
                          • Condensate Pump, 120V

                            Q:

                            when does the yellow run light suppose to come on??The only light that I have show up when it is running is the green power light,also we had water coming out of the unit and onto our base]ment floor . My husband ran the brush that is attached to the unit (calledE-ZTRAP)We have only lived in this new house since FEB 2013 and everything is under Warranty,so I may call the contractor to have them check this out. Seems the line may have been stopped up with condensation maybe??We have had very hot days so it has been running quite a lot:)Thanks for any suggestions on this matter!
                            Asked on 7/14/2013 by Pam from Mineral,va

                            1 answer

                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              THE GREEN LIGHT INDICATES THAT THE POWER IS ON .THE YELLOW LIGHT COMES ON WHEN THE PUMP
                              DISCHARGES WATER AND THE RED LIGHT COMES ON WHEN THE OVERFLOW CONDITION IS REACHED . IF WATER
                              IS COMING OUT OF THE OVERFLOW THE PUMP IS NOT WORKING CORRECTLY .THE HIGH LEVEL ALARM SHOULD
                              HAVE SHUT THE A/C DOWN . IF THE PUMP IS WORKING CORRECTLY IT SHOULD HAVE NO PROBLEM KEEPING UP
                              WITH THE AIR CONDITIONER . THE PUMP HAS A 2 YEAR WARRANTY .

                              Answered on 7/14/2013 by Anonymous
                          • Condensate Pump, 120V

                            Q:

                            My Diversitech pump (model CP-22) currently is in use for the home A/C. Can I safely hook up a separate room dehumidifier to the pump as well using one of the extra plug holes?
                            Asked on 7/21/2012 by None

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                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              Yes that is how I have mine connected.

                              Answered on 7/23/2012 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              Yes its standard practice just remember to wire your controls through built
                              in float switch to shut off humidifier and outdoor unit if pump fails.
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                              Answered on 7/21/2012 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              Sure can, I have 2 sources running into mine and it works no problem
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                              Answered on 7/21/2012 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              Yes it is possible. I have inserted the drain hose from a dehumidifier into the unit that serves as the "collector" for my main air conditioner's condensation. I also have another smaller hose fed to it from my water heater condensation drain as well. Been running now for 2years without a problem.
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                              Answered on 7/21/2012 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              yes you can

                              Answered on 7/21/2012 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              Yes. I currently do this without issue. If this is a finished area: keep
                              in mind that should the pump fail, the float switch which normally shuts
                              down the AC unit to prevent overflow will not stop the dehumidifier from
                              running and the pump may overflow.

                              Answered on 7/21/2012 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              Very simple answer is, YES!

                              Answered on 7/22/2012 by Anonymous
                            • VERIFIED BUYER

                              A:

                              I don't see why not. It seems to me that application would be well within the pump's ability to handle the flow. I would avoid any large loops in the tubing or pipes from the dehumidifier to the pump so that there is no sudden surge of a large volume of water suddenly inundating the pump due to any siphon effect.

                              Answered on 7/26/2012 by Anonymous
                          • Condensate Pump, 120V

                            Q:

                            is the CP-22 condensate pump for high temperatures?
                            Asked on 2/13/2012 by Anonymous from Sterling VA

                            1 answer

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                              A:

                              This pump is suitable for use with condensate up to 160°F.

                              Answered on 2/14/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                          • Condensate Pump, 120V

                            Q:

                            The red light has been on for a year
                            What should I do?

                            How do I fix that?
                            Thanks
                            Asked on 9/6/2010 by fisherman8765 from Toronto, Canada

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                              A:

                              The red light can indicate high water (alarm) conditions. An overflow safety switch may be connected to turn off the appliance if the high water condition occurs. See the installation guide for more information on this. http://s3.pexsupply.com/manuals/1274818589673/31257_PROD_FILE.pdf

                              Answered on 9/7/2010 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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