Single and double seal submersible sewage or dewatering pumps.


  • Durable, cast iron constructed switch case, motor and pump housing, base and impeller
  • No sheet metal parts to rust or corrode
  • All cast iron class 30 30000# tensile strength
  • Stainless steel screws, bolts, float rod, handle, guard and arm and seal assembly
  • Shaft seal – Carbon and ceramic rotary face seal, with stainless steel wetted parts
  • SAE 1117 carbon steel motor shaft (single seal models)
  • Upper and lower ball bearing running in bath of oil
  • Maximum temperature for sewage or dewatering: 130° F (54° C)
  • Oil-filled, hermetically-sealed, automatic reset thermal overload protected motor (1 Ph and auto 3 Ph)
  • Corrosion-resistant, powder coated epoxy finish
  • Automatic or non-automatic with single seal



FA Questions:

How can one prevent pump burnout?

One must make sure that the pump is sized properly and the voltage powering the pump is rated the same as the pump and sufficient to handle the load. Do not use extension cords. Make sure the temperature of the liquid being pumped is within the rating of the pump. Finally, make sure that the system head is at least the minimum head that the pump is rated at. If your pump is pumping at a low or negative head you will be overloading the motor with each duty cycle and shorten the service life of the pump.

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