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Square D 30-50 psi Pumptrol Pressure Switch
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Square D

30-50 psi Pumptrol Pressure Switch

  • Suitable for jet pumps, submersible pumps and reciprocating pumps
  • Standard-action contacts open on rising pressure
  • Provides rugged and reliable performance
$1736 /each

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The Square D by Schneider Electric Pressure Switch can be used with jet pumps, submersible pumps and reciprocating pumps. The switch has a 1/4 in. pressure connection.

  • Suitable for jet pumps, submersible pumps and reciprocating pumps
  • Standard-action contacts open on rising pressure
  • 30 - 50 psi
  • 1/4 in. pressure connection

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is this 220 volt?

Is this 220 volt?
Asked by: Pauly
Yep... black wire to far left, yellow next to it, red to the outside on the right, yellow on the inside right... most of these are 220-240v for home water wells...
Answered by: CAMAY
Date published: 2017-05-24

Does this come with the 1/4 pipe to connect to the Tank tee

Does this come with the 1/4 pipe to connect to the Tank tee
Asked by: Nick
Nope... most times sold separately.
Answered by: CAMAY
Date published: 2017-05-24

Hi, I have 30 hp centrifugal pump motor. may i know what pressure switch is suitable for use? thank

Hi, I have 30 hp centrifugal pump motor. may i know what pressure switch is suitable for use? thank
Asked by: warlito
It depends on what your use is... if you want 3,000 psi...this isn't for you. If your looking for a consistent flow between 30 and 50 psi then this is your switch... these are rated for the pressure desired inside the pipe... the horses pushing it dont mean squat. They are designed to shut off between the pressures indicated, i.e. 30 to 50 psi. Most homes operate about 20-60 psi range... most farming runs in gph or gpm... (gallons of water per hour or per minuet). Most home wells pump between 8 to 30 gallons per minuet, average is about 12-18 gpm. Anything pushing more than 12-18 gpm means your irrigating a farm... and you better have water rights to pump that amount of water out here in the West. Most home wells rated by the State for domestic well use is 3 acre feet per year, or the amount of water that covers one acre, one foot per acre...last I recall 194,000 gallons per acre foot.
Answered by: CAMAY
Date published: 2017-05-24

40/60

My switch is currently set to 30/50, can I run it at 40/60? Do I turn the nut clockwise till I get 60 psi reading on the gauge? I take it I need to put air in the tank before I do this? about 38psi for 40/60 operation? Pump: 1/2 hp, 230v, 1p Well tank: Well-Rite WR100-03 (rated up to 100 psi) precharged at 30 Thanks
Asked by: olimazi
How deep is your well? 1/2hp under say 120 foot is okay...3/4 hp would be better for anything over 120' deep. I've used both on my domestic well. I used a 40-60 and a 30-50... 20-40 is too light for watering my trees and flushing my toilette at the same time. 40-60 keeps the pressure in my hose high enough...that I can comfortably shoot a stream of water 25' form the nozzle... or hook up a pressure washer and blast the paint off a car... increasing the pressure by turning the screws in...release by unscrewing. If you have a bladder in your storage tank, you dont need air. Its pre-set. If your running a single stage tank, it should have an air inlet like a tire on your car either in line from your well head, or in the top of your water tank. If you get water logged, (more water in tank and pump kicks on and off very quickly) you need to drain by opening a faucet, use an air compressor on the tank or in line (Most have a check valve so the air is directed to the tank and not your well) and when its almost empty, simply close the faucet you opened, turn your well back on and let it fill up.... Oh.. before you do this... turn the power off so the pump dont kick on while your draining it.
Answered by: CAMAY
Date published: 2017-05-24
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Customer Reviews

30-50 psi Pumptrol Pressure Switch is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from solved the problem of bad contacts on the old pressure... solved the problem of bad contacts on the old pressure switch.needed a 1/4" short nipple to make this work. the new contacts close with a positive audible snap
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This pressure switch did the trick! Well pump is not... This pressure switch did the trick! Well pump is not turning on and cutting off like it should.
Date published: 2017-05-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This product is great it was very easy to install... This product is great it was very easy to install and I would purchase it again.
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Replacement for 30+ year old same model I did make an error in purchasing this specific model. I missed the fact that it had a flare style inlet and my existing pump had compression fittings on the pressure tube. So back to the store to get a couple adapters to make my compression pressure tube adapt to the inlet on the switch. After that it was smooth sailing. They haven't significantly changed the design of this switch in decades, hey if it ain't broke...., so it was very easy to swap out the new one for the old malfunctioning unit. I ordered two of these since the pump at my camp is exhibiting the same symptoms (sometimes won't shut off by itself) and is old, but unknown how old since I inherited the camp from my Dad.
Date published: 2016-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exact replacement Good product. I wish it was stocked in the stores. The one in the stores did not have as well known a name
Date published: 2011-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice to work with. Easy to install The terminal connections were not clear, but figured it on youtube. If you need one, its not bad and will get the job done.
Date published: 2012-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exact Replacement Exact replacement. Should only be installed by a person knowledgeable in both plumbing and electricity.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from was cheaper than any other store & it was the same product. product has worked excellent, for half the price of what I could find it locally. The customer service was excellent in helping me choose the right product.
Date published: 2012-04-14
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