1/30 HP Condensate Removal Pump, Small Reservoir, 120VAC, 3/8" Barb Discharge Size
- Item # 3P730
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- Mfr. Model # VCC-20ULS
- Catalog Page # 2662
- UNSPSC # 40151512
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- Shipping Weight 5.0 lbs.
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This Little Giant® condensate removal pump is for use where gravity drainage is not available to remove condensation in high-efficiency gas furnaces, condensing boilers, air conditioning units, and other no-gravity applications. The compact design allows use in limited-space installations where the incoming drain line is too low for medium-reservoir units. Model has thermal overload protection.
- Condensate Pumps - Type Low Profile
- Reservoir Size - Pumps Small
- Voltage - Pumps 120VAC
- HP - Pumps 1/30
- Watts 93
- Reservoir Capacity - Pumps 1/4 gal.
- Discharge Size - Pumps 3/8" Barb
- Max. Head Range 20 ft. to 29 ft.
- Max. Head - Pumps 20 ft.
- Max. Temp - Pumps 120 Degrees F
- Amps 1.5
- Max. Pressure 8.6 psi
- Height 5"
- Length 12"
- Width 5"
- Float Material Polypropylene
- Cord Length 6 ft.
- Shaft Material Stainless Steel
- Includes Safety Switch, 6 ft. Power Cord, Thermal Overload Protector, Nylon Sump Pan, Control Float, and Filter Screen
- GPH of Water @ 1 Ft. of Head 80
- GPH of Water @ 5 Ft. of Head 70
- GPH of Water @ 9 Ft. of Head 55
- GPH of Water @ 12 Ft. of Head 35
- GPH of Water @ 15 Ft. of Head 25
- Item Condensate Removal Pump
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