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Submersible Pump - 5 gal.
PMP601

Submersible Pump - 5 gal.

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Description

If you're searching for an affordable pump to use with your temperature control system, look no further. This submersible pump can be easily integrated with an icebank or glycol chiller. Don't be fooled by its low-profile compact design. With a flow rate of 800 gallons per hour and a max lift height of nearly 10 feet, this pump will keep the solution moving in your chilling system with ease. Comes with interchangeable 1/2 in. and 3/4 in. plastic barbs.
 
We recommend this pump for maintaining the temperature of any batch size fermentation that is less than 10 gallons.
 
  • Maximum flow rate: 800 GPH
  • Max lift height: 9 ft.
  • Comes with 2 barb fittings - 1/2" & 3/4" 
  • High quality 60W motor runs quiet
  • Stainless steel impeller shaft
  • 6 ft. long power cord
 
Item # PMP601
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 1 LBS
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for temp twist
Brandon K on Sep 23, 2020
Exactly what I was looking for.
Duane on Jul 1, 2019
for temp twist
Brandon K on Sep 23, 2020
want to hook it up to an iced bath and immersion chiller
Rodolfo E Valladares on May 19, 2020
Exactly what I was looking for.
Duane on Jul 1, 2019
What I was looking for at a good price!
Chris S on Jun 20, 2019
Need one
Roger Taylor on May 28, 2019
want to hook it up to an iced bath and immersion chiller
Rodolfo E Valladares on May 19, 2020
What I was looking for at a good price!
Chris S on Jun 20, 2019
Does anyone know the thread size on the connection? I'm looking to add a QD to it. Thanks
David on Sep 7, 2020
will this work with 165F water?
Scott Simons on Oct 20, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I used this pump twice. The hot water made it stop working. I would spend a few extra bucks and buy a hot water transfer pump instead. This one died...
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