Model # R800000

Internet #204854568

Lifegard Aquatics 1600-GPH Pond Pump
0788379314873

Lifegard Aquatics

1600-GPH Pond Pump

$11512 /each
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Product Overview

PG Pumps are high performance energy-efficient pumps. It is designed for Pond, Water Gardens, Fountains, Waterfalls, Hydroponic Systems, irrigation Systems and Water Features. For use in either wet or dry installations and features Wet Rotor/Wet Bearing Technology for cooler running. Pre-filter screen handles large particles for less maintenance.

  • Wet or dry installation
  • Extremely low energy consumption
  • Pre-filter screen handles large particles for less maintenance
  • Oil-free design
  • Convenient handle design and body rotates for ease of plumbing
  • Small footprint includes multiple size insert fitting and suction cups

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
7.5
Product Height (in.)
5
Product Width (in.)
4.75

Details

Adjustable Valve
No
Amperage (amps)
.8
Commercial/Residential Use
Residential
Horsepower (hp)
.12
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Maximum Capacity (gallons)
8000
Maximum Flow (gallons per hour)
1585
Product Weight (lb.)
5.5lb
Required Tubing Diameter (in.)
1
Returnable
90-Day
Voltage (volts)
115

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed,4-UL Certified,cUL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year

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Customer Questions & Answers

how does it hook up outside the pond?

I See the output pipe but how and where does it take IN water if this is used outside the pond? Looks like it has to be submerged. Also if it were outside the pond, how would it hold up over winter with snow and ice? Need to be enclosed somehow? Is there any other paperwork on this I could look at?
Asked by: fishy
It can be ran outside of the pond too. The front housing is removable which give you access to the inlet pipe in which you would connect a hose to and run to your pond. If you go that route, be sure that the end of the hose that goes into the pond is protected by filters. You could buy a five gallon bucket and run the hose through the lid down into the bucket and put some media inside the bucket and drill a bunch of 3/8 holes in the bucket to allow water to enter. I can not answer your question regarding winter operation. I have my pump suspended about 2 feet off of the bottom of my koi pond inside the pond. I do this so if something were to happen in my bio-filter that the pump will not pump out all of the water from the pond. Koi and goldfish are not happy without water. Anyway, with my pump submerged I run it in the cold. We had temps in the single digits - 7 degrees - a couple of weeks ago and the pump worked just fine.
Answered by: kennyc
Date published: 2017-03-29

Can i run this pump 15 hours a day? Is it durable enough?

Asked by: Caci
The pump is meant to be ran 24/7. Oversee your maintenance cycle on the prefilter to avoid running the pump dry.
Answered by: Lifegard Aquatics
Date published: 2017-06-19

Is it sumergable

Asked by: TC
Yes, that is how I run it. It can be ran submersed or the front housing will come off where a hose can be attached and ran out of the water too.
Answered by: kennyc
Date published: 2017-03-25

What is the head height on this pump

What is the head height on this pump
Asked by: al
The maximum head height for this pump is 13.1 feet. Thank you, Lifegard Aquatics
Answered by: Lifegard Aquatics
Date published: 2017-04-21
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Customer Reviews

1600-GPH Pond Pump is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My big pump for my koi pond went out and after some research I decided to replace it with this pu... My big pump for my koi pond went out and after some research I decided to replace it with this pump. Granted there is not near as much GPH with this pump compared to my old one, but I knew that going in. The deciding factor was this pump is said to be "Energy Efficient." My last pump was far from that, costing nearly 25 dollars per month to run. I run my pump year round, so hopefully this pump will help reduce that cost. My calculations based on the specs provided by Lifegard Aquatics indicate that this pump should only cost a couple of dollars per month to operate. I had to go down to a one inch ID hose for this pump, from a two inch. I hope the pump has longevity.
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I've had pumps rated at 1200 GPH that had far more volume than this one. I have a small 500 gallo... I've had pumps rated at 1200 GPH that had far more volume than this one. I have a small 500 gallon pond and I'm rather disappointed that this pump doesn't seem to live up to the 1600 GPH rating.
Date published: 2017-01-31
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