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Everbilt 1/3 HP Automatic Utility Pump

Everbilt

1/3 HP Automatic Utility Pump

  • Corrossion resistant reinforced thermoplastic construction
  • Submersible pump for water removal
  • Energy efficient PSC motor
$12800 /each
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Product Overview

The Everbilt 1/3 HP submersible automatic utility pump is ideal for removing unwanted water from the window wells, or other shallow flooded areas. The probe sensors detect water present and automatically turn on the pump when the water level is up to 1-1/4 in. or above. It draws the water down to 1/4 in. and automatically turns pump off. The maximum pumping capacity is up to 1920 GPH (Gal. per hour) at 0 ft. lift.

  • Corrosion-resistant engineered resin construction for long life
  • Automatic microprocessor controlled submersible utility pump for indoor and outdoor application
  • Innovative electronic detectors sense water present perfect for any shallow flooded area application, start-up at 1-1/4 in. and suction to 1/4 in.
  • 1 in. NPT discharge with garden hose adapter included
  • For professional technical support call 1-844-241-5521

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Customer Questions & Answers

Do you plug the pump into power before you fully submerge it or after ?

Using it to assist in draining my hot tub :)
Asked by: girl
Make sure the pump is stable and ready to go before plugging it in so as to avoid possible shock. if it does not kick on shake the floater switch.
Answered by: pgfunlimited
Date published: 2016-05-08

check valve

i need a check valve for this pump
Asked by: robert
If you use garden hose adaptor that comes with the pump it has a flap type check valve.
Answered by: baybay
Date published: 2015-11-06

I am only getting around 360 gallons per hour using a 3/4" garden hose. How do I get anywhere near the advertised 1900 gallons per hour?

Asked by: j36362179
Larger hose and lower head height. The advertised flow rate is only achieved at zero head height and with the maximum hose size and no check valve or anything else to restrict the flow
Answered by: Frustrated
Date published: 2017-03-24

can an extension cord be used... if so, what type of extension cord is preferable

Asked by: DupedAgain
Use an extension/utility cord that has a higher amp rating than the pump. (If the pump is rated at 10 Amps, use a cord rated over and above 10 amps.) With any type of pump, and to minimize electrical shock, always use a grounded (three prong) extension cord.
Answered by: GnuShoes
Date published: 2016-10-31
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Customer Reviews

1/3 HP Automatic Utility Pump is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 113.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from We have a swimming pool that is empty. We used the pump to remove standing water from rain. The p... We have a swimming pool that is empty. We used the pump to remove standing water from rain. The pump worked fine for several months until it suddenly stopped. I contacted tech support at Everbilt. After opening the conversation with a question as to what might be the cause, their tech support person began asking questions to ensure that they had no responsibility. He first asked how the pump was being used, when I mentioned swimming pool, he interrupted to state that it was the problem. After explaining that it was only being used to remove standing water, they did asked if I was using an extension cord. When I told him yes, he did stated that the extension cord was the problem and that the pump cannot be plugged into an extension cord and that, "It must have fried the circuit board." Before I could ask any further questions he stated that they do not repair their products. For what I paid, I got my money's worth, however, after only one interaction with their company, I will never purchase another of their products.
Date published: 2017-02-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from We bought this pump to deal with potential flooding the lower level of our house during a period ... We bought this pump to deal with potential flooding the lower level of our house during a period of heavy rain. When we first used the pump it worked just as advertised. Started when water got to the appropriate level, had good flow, and shut off when the level lowered. It worked this way for 2 or 3 cycles. The next cycle, it kept running even though the water level was down to nothing. It finally shut off with a thermal fault. After cooling off, it would pump fine but not shut off. I called the factory number provided by HD and they informed me that the pump is not designed to be left plugged in. So, I had to manually plug it in when the water got high and unplug it when the water was pumped out. This is not how this pump is advertised. Don't buy it if you are expecting automatic operation. You can get a pump you can plug and unplug for a lot less money.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from BEWARE CRITICAL DESIGN FLAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This unit DOES NOT sense water, it turns itself on per... BEWARE CRITICAL DESIGN FLAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This unit DOES NOT sense water, it turns itself on periodically and tests for the presence of water by attempting to pump. If left plugged in during extended dry periods it will continually test for water when there is none eventually burning itself out by running dry. I returned the ones I purchased as they were turning on and off continually when no water was present. This is the only product I've found that will not run when dry and enable use of a pump that will draw down to 1/4": Basement Watchdog BWC1 Basement Watchdog Dual Float Sump Pump Switch with Controller
Date published: 2017-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Used to keep garage from flooding during deluge of rain... Used to keep garage from flooding during deluge of rain that fell on top several feet of old snow. I hacked hole into snow, dropped pump in at ground level and it ran flawlessly for several hours pumping meltwater away from house, and then it ran intermittently/automatically thereafter.
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The pump works as expected, but occasionally gets an air... The pump works as expected, but occasionally gets an air bubble and doesn't start til it's almost completely submerged. It's a good concept to have an internal float, rather then an external float
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I used this twice, successfully. Once to get rid of water in my basement and another time to drai... I used this twice, successfully. Once to get rid of water in my basement and another time to drain a drywell. The third time I tried to drain my drywell, it failed. After reading the manual to troubleshoot, it said to replace the fuse and reset the breaker. Maybe it just wasn't clear enough, but I couldn't find the fuse. Reading online, it seemed other people were also confused, so I went ahead and opened it up. Voided the warranty. Probably my fault, but a pump shouldn't fail on it's third use. Everbilt said that it was because I used an extension cord. My new Wayne has been pumping water on an extension cord with no issues.
Date published: 2017-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I've had this in place for over a month now acting as a temporary sump pump since I don't have a ... I've had this in place for over a month now acting as a temporary sump pump since I don't have a sump hole large enough for a standard one. The range it offers is about right for the amount of water that flows in my house, but, unlike my other trash pumps, this one removes it based on the depth of water rather than a timer/depth combination. The latter arrangement had the pumps running much more than necessary to do the job. Including a reverse flow valve is a nice bonus. Of course, I still need to put in an more adequate sump hole, but, until then, this seems to be doing the trick.
Date published: 2017-02-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Failed after 1 year Initial quality of this pump seemed quite good. It did it's job well, which was to pump spring flood water out of my garage, and was reasonably priced so I was happy. However in it's second year of use (before the end of the warranty period) the automatic shutoff function stopped working and as a result the motor is burned out. Manufacturer will not honor the warranty since I had the pump installed for about a month each spring. I know the pump is not for use as a permanently installed sump pump but I felt that this was temporary enough. In any case, I could have used a bit more courtesy and respect from the technical support rep. Even if I was wrong, you just don't speak to customers with that kind of attitude.
Date published: 2017-04-03
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