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360 Pony Pump Series 0.5 HP Non-Submersible Self-Priming Transfer Pump
  • Little Giant
  • Model 555112
  • Internet # 206870822

360 Pony Pump Series 0.5 HP Non-Submersible Self-Priming Transfer Pump

$111.48 /each

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Pony Pump Series .5 HP Non-Submersible Self-Priming Transfer Pump

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These lightweight, portable pumps, with self-priming, siphon-like action, can be used to empty waterbeds, drain water heaters or aquariums, pump out a basement, transfer water to an RV, pump boat bilges, pump out stock tanks, and in just about any other application where water needs to be transferred. Pump inlets and outlet are dual-threaded 3/8 in. FNPT and 3/4 in. garden hose thread. Intermittent duty is 15 minutes on, 45 minutes off.

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Product arrived has different specifications than listed on web

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The specifications on the web state that the max pumping height is 48.3 ft. Product box states max as 25 ft. Which is it?
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Thank you for pointing this out. It is confusing and poorly worded we will clarify. However, ironically both claims are correct but again poorly worded. 25 ft reflects the maximum height you would want this pump to work at. But if you look at the spec sheet 48' is the point at which the pump curve goes to zero flow. Put differently, 25' is the maximum wall you would want to use this pump to pump over. Read More
Thank you for pointing this out. It is confusing and poorly worded we will clarify. However, ironically both claims are correct but again poorly worded. 25 ft reflects the maximum height you would want this pump to work at. But if you look at the spec sheet 48' is the point at which the pump curve goes to zero flow. Put differently, 25' is the maximum wall you would want to use this pump to pump over. While 48' reflects the height of the wall where the pump would "dead head" meaning it would get a small amount of water to the top of the wall but non would go over. Traditionally many engineers want to know the point at which a pump dead heads. As Little Giant's roots are in the trades much of there info is still geared that way. Again thank you for your constructive criticism we will use it to make the sight more informative and user friendly. Read Less
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Will this pump work if the water level is 10/12 feet below the position of the pump?

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January 27, 2014
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Hello,
Thank you for your question.
Unfortunately we at Little Giant Ladders only sell ladders.
This pump is not made or sold by us.
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Little Giant Ladders Support
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great buy. I would recommend it. I used it to pump water out of an opening in my basement during the South Carolina floods. They don't call it a little giant for nothing. I was able to keep the water under control and probably prevented more issues. October 13, 2015
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