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The K2 multi-function utility pump is an innovative portable utility pump that can be used as a submersible utility pump or a non-submersible transfer pump. The utility pump is constructed of reinforced corrosion-resistant thermoplastic. The water cooled, and oil free design is safe to use around fish and plants. The unit has a garden hose threaded connection for easy installation. 5/8 in. garden hose not included. The pumping capacity of this unit is 1600 GPH at 0 of lift and 1300 GPH at 10 of lift when used as a submersible utility pump. A minimum water level of 1 in. is required for the pump to prime and operate. The bottom suction design filters debris and removes water down to in. The included suction hose and suction strainer are for non-submersible transfer pump application. When used as a transfer pump, the pump will transfer 950 GPH at 0 of lift and 730 GPH at 10 of lift. The unit will self-prime after the housing is initially filled with water. The pump removes water down to 1/8 with the suction strainer. The see-through suction hose allows easy monitoring of pump priming to avoid running dry. The unit has a 2-years warranty.
Multi-function pump that can be used as a submersible or transfer utility pump
Pumps up to 1600 gal. per hour as submersible pump
Constructed of heavy-duty thermoplastic
Unit has a 2-years warranty
Proposition 65 Information
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information please go to www.P65warnings.ca.gov.