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Little Giant VCL-45ULS 115-Volt Condensate Removal Pump
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Little Giant

VCL-45ULS 115-Volt Condensate Removal Pump

$27477 /each
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Product Overview

The VCL-45ULS has a 1 Gal. tank capacity. Little Giant VCL Series is ideal for collecting, detecting. The automatic removal of condensate from air conditioning equipment, de-humidifiers, high efficiency furnaces, condensing boilers and other equipment where an automatic drain pump is required.

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Name VCL-24ULS 115-Volt Condensate Removal Pump VCL-45ULS 115-Volt Condensate Removal Pump PlenumPlus 115/230 Dual Voltage Solid Cast Aluminum Commercial Grade Condensate Pump
Brand Little Giant Little Giant Hartell
Ratings (1) (0) (0)
Voltage (volts) 115 115 115
Horsepower (hp) .05 hp .2 hp 1/10 hp
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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum Pumping Height (ft.)
45
Product Depth (in.)
12.11
Product Height (in.)
10.85
Product Width (in.)
6

Details

Amperage (amps)
3.5
Bypass Valve Included
No
Bypass Valve Required
No
Cord Length (ft.)
6
Horsepower (hp)
.2 hp
Housing Material
Thermoplastic
Inlet Connection
Plain end
Maximum Discharge Flow (gallons/hour)
45019.
Maximum Discharge Pressure (psi)
19.5
Outlet Connection
Barb/rib
Portable
N
Power Type Required
AC
Product Weight (lb.)
6lb
Returnable
90-Day
Safety Switch
Yes
Self-Priming
Yes
Tank Capacity (gallons)
1
Voltage (volts)
115

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

How do I test it once it is installed?

Asked by: Dave2
I would think the easiest way would be to introduce water and see if it cycles. This is also a good idea if it is hooked to a plumbing system so that it will fill any down stream traps with water; thus preventing sewer gas from coming back. There is a testing procedure outlined in the installation instructions. I will put a link to it below. chris http://www.franklin-electric.com/media/documents/994592.pdf
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2017-01-08
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