MKII High Temp Magnetic Drive Pump (65 Watt)

MKII High Temp Magnetic Drive Pump (65 Watt)

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The "Big Brother" to one of our best-selling pumps! Expect the same quality that customers have come to expect from the MKII Pump (PMP500) but with more power. This 65 watt magnetic drive pump is powerful enough for homebrewers and micro brewers alike. Use it to move hot wort in an all-grain system and also to transfer wort from boil kettle to fermenter. The housing of the unit is made from tough, food grade polysulfone. The magnetic drive allows you to slow down the flow without damaging the pump. This pump is not self-priming so do not run the pump dry. The pump head can be rotated in 60-degree increments, allowing for 6 different pump head orientations. The pump head can also be upgraded to a stainless steel version (PMP502SS).  


  • 110v/60hz
  • 21.32 ft. (6.5 m) max head
  • 13.5 Gal/52L max flow
  • 3/4 inch fittings
  • Rotatable pump head
  • Max temperature: 248°F / 120°C
  • Water resistant casing

Kegland Part Number: KL05487

Item # PMP502
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 11 LBS
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High output flow for whirlpool
Leon B on Mar 24, 2021
High output flow for whirlpool
Leon B on Mar 24, 2021
high volume
Jerry S on Dec 12, 2019
high volume
Jerry S on Dec 12, 2019
Most of my equipment is all ½” and overlooked this was ¾”. I reduced the inlet to and got a 1.5” tri clamp ball valve and then attached a ½ quick disconnect to that. This was to fit the all my fitting to the kettle, mash and HLT plus all my hoses have ½ quick disconnect to them.

I notice a lot of air bubbles that got trapped under my false bottom during the transfer so there is a lot of cavitation due to the size reductions on entry and exit.

What fitting do you recommend for the entry and what ball lock for the exit?
Nicholas Hull on Oct 6, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Pretty sure the issue in not the entry but maybe the fact the flow is controlled by the ball value on the Mash tun, it should be controlled by a ball valve on the out side of the pump, that way the pump is not full force pulling which will draw air. If controlling on out side of the pump then that allows the hose to fill fully and cavitation ill not happen.

Hope this help.
How will this work with a CIP ball? I have the MKII lower model and it does not make the CIP ball spin with any power with a head of 4ft.
derek barrington on Dec 2, 2019
BEST ANSWER: This pump is likely not powerful enough to spin a CIP ball. It is possible to put multiple pumps in-line to increase the velocity of the output.

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Rated 5 out of 5
Beast. When you make 40 gallons of pure epicness, you need the epic power of the MKii 65 watt beast pump. Transfered 40 gallons like it was nothin. ????
November 29, 2019
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Has worked great so far, lots of flow for a small pump. Time will tell reliabilty, but great addition for moving larger volumes around
August 13, 2019
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great little pumper very pleased
I love this little pump it's a workhorse and hasn't let me down yet but the first thing I did was put the stainless steel head on it there's no better way to go
July 24, 2019
1 year ago