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Wayne

Model TSC160

Internet #100067845

1/6 HP Submersible Utility Pump

$66.44 /each
  • Pumps up to 950 GPH at 0 ft.
  • Corrosion resistant, thermoplastic construction
  • Remove standing water, drain aquariums and more

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The Wayne1/6 HP Submersible Utility Pump is ideal for draining flooded basements, emptying water-filled boats and removing water from sinks, tubs and flat roofs. Its oil-filled, thermally protected motor helps prevent overheating and can pump up to 950 GPH at 0 ft. of lift. The 3/4 in. discharge adapter connects to standard garden hose and its bottom-suction design removes water down to within 1/8 in. of the surface.

  • Pumps up to 950 GPH at 0 ft. of lift
  • Oil-filled, thermally protected motor helps prevents overheating
  • Ideal for draining flooded basements, emptying water-filled boats and removing water from sinks, tubs and flat roofs
  • Top center 3/4 in. discharge provides balanced installation
  • 3/4 in. discharge adapter connects to standard garden hose
  • Bottom suction design removes water down to within 1/8 in. of surface
  • Easy-access handle for portability
  • UL listed
  • Assembled in the U.S.A.
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Is there a minimum depth of water in which this will work:?

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Can this unit pump water that is 3" deep or less? Will it even kick on?
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I got to drain my pool is it ok for deep pools
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It will work in as low as around 1 inch of water.
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How far will the water get pumped horizontally? No vertical pumping is necessary.

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I'm pumping gray water from a 20 gal tub set on the ground; the tub's sides are 20" high and the pump will sit on the bottom of it, so the outflow hose will only have to go from the pump over the side of the tub and run horizontally.

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Every 10ft of horizontal pipe is equal to 1ft of vertical.
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We have used the pump to pump out an in ground pool that is about 12 feet deep and around 6 feet away from the pool area
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Is it good at emptying hot tubs?

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Yes my neighbor borrowed mine to empty his in-ground pool so I think it will empty a hot tub.
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I have a 30,000 gallon pool ,can I use this pump to drain it and how long will it approx take to drain?

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Yes it will drain the pool. It pumps about 950 gallons per hour so it will take a long time.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 73 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great! Bought this to service my tankless water heater. Does a great job. April 19, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Filter screen is rusting I bought this pump to move gray water from a 50 gal storage tub to the garden to water flowers. On level ground it can move water thru 40 foot of garden hose with acceptable pressure. So, it actually works pretty well. Here are my complaints though. The filter screen on the bottom is made from bare steel. It's a thin steel sheet that is perforated. I've only used the pump about 6 weeks and it is already rusting as you would expect. I've used it once a week for about 30 minutes and not submerged continuously. The screws look like zinc plated steel. The ring for lifting is off the center of gravity so it is awkward to lift and hurts your finger(s). The easiest and most comfortable way to lift is grabbing the power cord :/ The output hose has no high volume connector option. Is has a garden hose/NTP connector installed on the pump so either connector is the same flow. I found myself needing a second pump for a similar application and bought the Superior Pump Model # 91025. This pump cost about 20% less with the same flow but without the above complaints. Better pump in my opinion but I haven't owned either long enough to judge reliability October 24, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job quite well I bought this pump to use with very large aquariums. I've been using it for about 4 months now and works flawlessly for what it is intended to do. Last week I used it to drain out a pool to clean and noticed it will clog up pretty quick. A quick wipe off the bottom screen and back in business. But doesn't last long. The pump is not intended to be used as a non-clogging pump. Had I to do it over again, I would spend another $20 and get one of the non-clogging ones for situations where I could be sucking up dirt, grit, etc. July 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Well This pump worked well. The pickup is on the bottom of the unit with helps empty what you are pumping and it has a metal screen that is good at keeping junk out of the pump. It was faster than the other one I had (not a Wayne). I will have to see how it holds up over time but seem well built. It was built in the USA! July 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by pump for grey water from bathtub I use this little pump to empty the bath tub after my children bathe (here in California, grey water is the only means to keep the lawn alive). Super efficient. Very easy to use. Powerful enough that I have terrific pressure from the hose to water the lawn. June 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works perfect for the job at hand Works perfect to drain the bottom of a pool for repair. June 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great little sump pump Underneath my house was flooded and I bought the Wayne submersible pump to get rid of the water, it did a great job. June 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pumped vinegar through tankless water heater I bought this to pump vinegar through a tankless water heater. Ran for over an hour without any problems. I don't know how well it will hold up after multiple uses, but seems like it's well built. Hope the vinegar doesn't damage any of the seals, etc. Way cheaper than hiring a plumber to treat my heater. March 31, 2015
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