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Model WSSPC5V

Internet #205192336

1/2 HP Cast Iron Sump Pump with Vertical Float Switch

$104.75 /each

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This 1/2 HP sump pump is designed to remove ground water from sump pits. The most common application is to pump water from a pit located in the basement to prevent flooding. It is constructed of 100% cast iron and is equipped with a vertical float switch to fit in smaller diameter sump pits. It pumps up to 66 Gal. per minute and has an energy efficient PSC motor.

  • Energy efficient permanent split capacitor motor, equipped with built in automatic thermal overload protection
  • 100% cast iron
  • Vertical switch turns pump on and off; can fit in smaller diameter sump pits
  • Pumps up to 50 GPM at 10 ft. head
  • 10 ft. cord length
  • Fits 1-1/2 in. pipe; 1-1/4 in. adapter included

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Once the pump is triggered to come on, does it pump until the water level is gone.

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April 9, 2016
I have one that I bought at Home Depot and I am not happy with it. It is operated by a flotation valve and goes off before all the waster is removed. As soon as the water level goes back below the trigger point, it turns off, leaving plenty of water in the sump. Do you have one that continues to pump until all the water is gone?
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April 11, 2016
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Thank you for the question, We apologize but there is really no way for this pump to remove all of the standing water in the pit. To do this, the impeller itself would have to sit directly on the floor/bottom.
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