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DIAL MC11000-2 MaxCool Evaporative Cooler Pump
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DIAL

MC11000-2 MaxCool Evaporative Cooler Pump

$33.69 /each

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Product Overview

The MC11000-2 MaxCool Pump is designed for use in 230-Volt evaporative coolers rated up to 11,000 CFM of air delivery. It is UL classified for safety and features a low level design ensuring normal operation even if the cooler’s water level drops to as low as 1/2 in. The powerful 2 coil concentric motor pumps 420 Gal. per hour at a head height of 1 ft. This pump is normally not used in residential coolers because of its voltage and plug configuration.

  • For use with all brands of 230-Volt roof-top and window-mount coolers
  • Motor has thermal overload protection and a flame-retardant housing for safety
  • Grounded plug for quick and secure connection to the cooler’s junction box
  • Removable base plate for easy removal of debris
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Customer Questions & Answers

Can the mc11000-2 maxcool cooler pump be rewired to 115v ?

Asked by: BenWayupinya
Yes, but it was not designed for that. I have rewired one of them and it worked O.K. It has two coils in series for the 230 volt application. You can cut the wire between the coils and wire them in parallel for 115 volts. It is not worth doing unless you have one already and have no other use for it.
Answered by: graying
Date published: 2016-07-07

Do these small cooler pumps have a reset button?

Asked by: suzyqontheqt
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Customer Reviews

MC11000-2 MaxCool Evaporative Cooler Pump is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pump We use this pump for an ice machine and it works good.
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nothing special, but works This is one of the few 220v evaporative cooler pumps that you can find in store. My last one lasted me about 3 years. It could have lasted longer but I forgot to drain and clean the cooler at the end of the season and the pump rotted out along with a few other things. As for the previous reviewer stating that it has the wrong plug, I don't think that is the case since this is a 220v/230v pump and not the standard 110v. It comes with the 220v connector as in the picture which has the 2 prongs sitting horizontal and not vertical. Most evaporative coolers are only wired for the 110v pumps. This is a good pump for those that are running a 220v main motor and want more water flow with less amp draw. You may have to re-wire your cooler to accommodate the 220v plug.
Date published: 2014-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great pump Excellent pump for 220V, which is stated clearly on the package. Easy installation and works great.
Date published: 2014-05-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cooler Pump After purchasing all the connector hoses and adapters for this pump, I went to plug it into the outlet and low and behold there was a completely foreign looking plug. I never thought to look at that before getting everything else done and I have never seen a plug like that. I returned the pump and made mention of the defect and I don't believe it was put back into your inventory.
Date published: 2013-10-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from A wast of money This is my third pump. The first one lasted about two years. The second about two months. I need now a third one. My only advice: DO NOT go 220V. Pumps and motors are too cheaply built. When you get in to industrial it gets too loud. Don't waste your money.
Date published: 2014-08-22
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