|Name||1 HP Plastic Lawn Sprinkler Pump||2 HP High-Capacity Sprinkler Pump||1-1/2 HP Cast Iron Lawn Sprinkler Pump|
|Discharge Flow @ 0 ft. (gallons/hour)||3360||4140||4020|
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I have mine rigged like that, it's the best water to use for watering a lawn. I built a small dog house and mounted the pump in there with holes for the wiring and hoses. The roof is hinged for easy access.
To make it easy on me, when I plumbed mine, I put a "T" at the pump discharge outlet port oriented so that there was a discharge port straight up and a port to the side. (So the T is on end) The port to the side was plumbed to my system (sprinklers) the port facing straight up I capped with a 1.5 inch PVC ball valve facing the sky. When I fire up for the first time each season, I open the ball valve and have a bucket of water ready. I start the pump and pour water straight into the pump housing thru the valve/T. You will hear the tone change when the pump begins to prime and be ready to shut the ball valve to stop from having a fountain. Once you shut the valve the water directs thru the side port in the "T" and heads down line to wherever.....pump is now primed.
Yes mine does