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Superior Pump

Model 92372

Internet #204610186

1/3 HP Submersible Thermoplastic Sump Pump

$80.32 /box

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The Superior Pump 1/3 HP submersible sump pump will move up to 48 Gal. of water per minute. This pump is made of corrosion resistant thermoplastic and includes an adjustable vertical float switch with piggy back plug to automatically turn the pump on/off. The 92372 offers a powerful, yet energy efficient (4.1 Amp) thermally protected motor for longer life and durability. The pump features a thermoplastic impeller, 1-1/2 in. FIP discharge and 10 ft., replaceable, water proof power cord. This sump pump has side inlets for increased water flow, will handle 3/8 in. solids and is equipped with a suction screen on the bottom. UL/CUL listed and CSA certified and backed by a 1 year warranty.

  • Tough thermoplastic construction
  • Vertical float switch
  • 1-1/2 in. NPT discharge
  • Handles up to 3/8 in. solids
  • Clog resistant impeller
  • 10 ft. power cord
  • 1/3 HP 120-Volt AC (4.1 Amp)
  • Built in thermal overload protection for safety
  • Permanent split capacitor continuous duty motor
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How big are the holes in the bottom screen?

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June 16, 2016
Don't want bottom screen to clog up easily!
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June 20, 2016
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Butch, the holes are aproximately 3/16" square. There are 2 options for you. The screen is attached with screws and easily removable. Issue with using the pump without an intake screen is pebbles/stones can get lodged in the impller or cause it to chip off or break. and the second option is to drill out some larger holes. This would take some time. I am pretty sure the factory would mail you out a Read More
Butch, the holes are aproximately 3/16" square. There are 2 options for you. The screen is attached with screws and easily removable. Issue with using the pump without an intake screen is pebbles/stones can get lodged in the impller or cause it to chip off or break. and the second option is to drill out some larger holes. This would take some time. I am pretty sure the factory would mail you out a replacement intake screen for a nominal fee. You could play with it to get the result you are looking for. Go ahead and contact them at www.superiorpump.com Read Less
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June 17, 2016
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Hi Butch,
They are about 1/8" square
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This can be totally submerged under water up to the plug right

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It can be totally submerged right up to the plug. Make sure you tie the plug with a restraining cord or some way to insure it stays dry. Electricity & water don't mix. Not to mention it has been known to hurt and even kill folks. I always recccomend this pump or any electric device that is used in or around water to be plugged into a GFCI outlet. It is really inexpensive insurance.
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April 22, 2016
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Yes, this can be totally submerged under water.
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Are any parts other than the cord replacable if necessary such as a switch

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I have not seen my question answered anywhere in the materials attached and wanted to know about replacement parts or is this considered a "throw away" model when something goes wrong??
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In addition to the cord, the switch, base and impeller are also replacable. Home Depot does stock a suitable replacement switch in their stores that works.
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February 26, 2016
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Hi There,
Most of the parts like the power cord, handle, switch, intake screen, base, gasket, seals and impeller are all easily replaceable and can be ordered from us..
Our contact information is in the owner's manual or you can call us at 1-800-495-9278 for help.
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To what depth does this pump pump out water?

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The float can be set to operate the pump at a minimum of 3". It comes factory preset at 4" minimum level.
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by compact sump pump This sump pump fits in the same sump with my battery backup sump pump. It is submersible with a vertical float and switch. It has low power consumption so my emergency electric generator can readily handle the starting and running power. It develops good maximum pressure. February 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Loud Very loud unit. Vibrates terribly. Installed quick and easy but not a quality unit. February 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great little Sump Pump So far so good. Ease of installation was a plus and product seems to be reliable. April 8, 2015
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