Model # FP2212

Internet #100144017

Store SO SKU #1000291312

Flotec 1/2 HP Submersible 2-Wire Well Pump


1/2 HP Submersible 2-Wire Well Pump

  • Lifts water up to 150 ft.
  • Floating stack offers sand resistance
  • Includes a built-in check valve
$33166 /each
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Product Overview

The Flotec 1/2 HP Submersible 2-Wire Well Pump features energy-efficient operation and is designed for use in wells with inside diameters of at least 4 in. and depths of up to 150 ft. The floating-stack design minimizes sand locking while the stainless-steel pump and motor housing resists corrosion.

  • Pumps up to 10 gal. per minute
  • 2-wire design for energy efficiency
  • Stainless steel housing, heavy-duty discharge connection and precision-molded impellers and diffusers provide durability
  • Installs in wells with 4 in. diameters and larger
  • Water filled submersible motor

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Customer Questions & Answers

what is the voltage?

Asked by: lost
i don't know where vic and eric get their information, but if you click on the link to the PDF users manual, the BOOK says that the flotec 1/2 horse, 2-wire pump is 115 Vac, and NOT 230 Vac.
Answered by: ipstandinup
Date published: 2017-07-16

What is head pressure?

Asked by: none
data sheet claims 50 psig max discharge pressure however from experience I would never consider running it past 40 psig. This is not a very robust pump
Answered by: eric
Date published: 2017-03-02

will this fit inside a 3" well casing??

Asked by: hugo
No, this is a 4" pump and will fit only 4" and larger wells as the diameter is just under 4"
Answered by: Ducati
Date published: 2017-03-02

Can this pump handle the demand for water from two homes using the same well?

Can this pump handle the demand for water from two homes using the same well?
Asked by: Camper
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Customer Reviews

1/2 HP Submersible 2-Wire Well Pump is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from this was great at a low cost this pump installed very easy.great product for the cost.the ability to use my bill me later was great.
Date published: 2012-07-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor quality pump. Flotec doesn't even carry the FP2212-11 on their website. There are major di... Poor quality pump. Flotec doesn't even carry the FP2212-11 on their website. There are major differences between the FP2212-11 & the FP2212-12. I bought this pump because I was in a jam and needed a well pump on a Sunday afternoon. Even when the pump was new it struggles to achieve the high end pressure it was rated for. I had to turn the pump setting down to 40psig max to keep the pump from struggling and excessive run time. Pump only lasted a few years, just long enough to get out of warranty period. JUNK!
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Flotec 1/2 hp submersible pump no control box needed This is the 4th Flotec stainless submersible we've bought. Two were 3/4 hp. But we're very pleased with all so far. One has been in use for many years and still supplies water to 3 homes. Our first 1/2 hp pump replaced the deep well jet pump that supplied our home. The submersible is vastly better...quiet, powerful and seems to use less electricity. Wiring is so much easier with the 2 wire system! The two 'hot' wires go to the 'switched' terminals on the pressure switch...two 'hot' wires from the 240 volt service go to the 'hot' terminals of the pressure switch, and the green goes to ground. No 'control box' to go bad [as they sometimes do]. I like the fact that the pump is stainless and plastic...nothing to corrode. Suggestion: use at least 2 torque arrestors several feet apart and/or plastic spacers to keep pipe and wires centered in the well. Otherwise, starting torque CAN rub the wires or pipe against the side of the well. My father-in-law had his submersible pump [brand unknown] stop working because the wires were completely severed.
Date published: 2013-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from this was easy to install this product was easy to install , you had the pump , you had the barb fitting . I needed a check valve you didn't have I needed a brass nipple you didn't have . If your going to sell the pump you need to carry the fitting to be able to install it
Date published: 2012-09-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I have installed my own shallow well pump before this one. I cannot find the diameter size of pipe that the discharge end of this pump accepts. I need this to know what diameter size pitless adaptor to purchase. Thank You
Date published: 2013-05-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too weak, hasn't worked right. I installed two of these. The first one died after about a year and a half. The newest one has been not working for about two years. It kind of works, but is too weak to be adequate. If it's powered off, for about two hours it comes on and off, and then finally works 'normally'. It's not the pressure switch, or the pressure tank, both were changed, with no change in behavior. Also, it's a weakling. It can't get the pressure past 40 PSI, so I had to downgrade my pressure switch to work with this dud. The well is about 150 feet, maybe this item would work better with one more shallow, at least as far as maintaining pressure, but overall, it's a lousy item. Get something better, you'll be happier in the long run.
Date published: 2013-07-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from bad experience Installed this and it broke 4 years later. Warranty is only for 3 years. I'm not sure what I was expecting but I was hoping the company would be willing to work with me on replacement. Guess I was being pretty naïve. They suggested that I send the pump back to them for evaluation which they said would take 4 to 6 weeks. Seriously? Go without running water for a month and a half. Probably not....
Date published: 2015-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bob My well pump quit working late one night. I got up early and went to Home Depot to get a new pressure switch.(it's the first thing you should check also the cheapest fix). I replaced it and it didn't take long to realize that it wasn't what was wrong. I had to replace the pump. The overall job took about 4 hours and its definitely a 2 person job so don't try it alone. I just want to say thank you to Bob at my home store in Topsham. He was such a nice guy and very knowledgable(master plumber). I got there before he was there my first trip to get the switch and told one guy that if it wasn't the switch that I guess I had to replace the pump next. He said that I was more adventuress than him and he wouldn't try to do one himself. I watched a vid on YouTube so I kinda knew what was in store for me. Bottom line....Bob is THE MAN!!!! On a scale of 1-10.....a solid 7-8 doing this job but I saved $800 for 4 hours work. Worth it!!!
Date published: 2013-04-13
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