8E-CIM 1/3 HP, 52 GPM, 230V - Manual Submersible Sump Effluent Pump, 12ft power cord Zoom

8E-CIM 1/3 HP, 52 GPM, 230V - Manual Submersible Sump Effluent Pump, 12ft power cord

SKU:509050

Brand: Little Giant

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509050 has been discontinued.
Suggested Alternative:
SKU: 509207
Brand: Little Giant
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Specs

Application: Waste Water Transfer
Effluent
Dewatering
Type: Manual
Horse Power:
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1/3
Voltage:
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230v
Amperage:
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11.5
Wattage:
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900
Flow at 5 FT Head: 52 GPM
Flow at 10 FT Head: 45 GPM
Flow at 15 FT Head: 33 GPM
Shutoff Head (ft.): 21
Max Pressure (PSI): 9.1
Approvals: UL/CSA
Solids Size: 3/4"
Discharge: 1-1/2" FNPT
Cord Length: 12 ft
Dimensions: 8.3"H x 9.6"L x 6.9"W
Weight (lbs): 23 lbs
Material: Cast Iron

Description for Little Giant 509050

The Eliminator submersible pumps from Little Giant are specifically engineered to handle the tough demanding tasks for effluent and sewage waste transfer with high efficiency and long term dependability. The Eliminators - USA Series - includes pumps for use in Residential, commercial, Industrial and Agricultural applications with light to medium transfer demands. For dewatering, effluent waste, wastewater and sewage handling where such materials must be moved upward from a collection area to sewer or septic lines, of drainage areas, the Eliminators are an ideal solution.

  • Handles liquids and solid waste materials up to 3/4" diameter.
  • Cast iron pump housing with protective epoxy coating for corrosion and rust resistance.
  • Oil filled motor housing for lifetime lubrication and rapid hear dissipation.
  • Stainless steel screws, bolts, handle, and seal assembly.
  • Mechanical seals (stainless steel spring, nitrile parts, carbon and ceramic faces).
  • Thermal overload protection.
  • Manual and Automatic modes in each size.
  • Automatic operation has 9" - 14" "On" level and 2" - 6" "Off" level range with adjustable Float Switch.

8E-CIM 1/3 HP, 52 GPM, 230V - Manual Submersible Sump Effluent Pump, 12ft power cord

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