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ECOFLO Pompe utilitaire submersible de 1/3 HP, interrupteur automatique

Modèle nº SUP58|Nº UGS 1001021573

Aperçu

Modèle # SUP58 Internet # 1001021573

Conçue pour pomper leau des surfaces planes, des puits de fenêtre, des spas, des baignoires et encore plus.

  1. Peut pomper 2 160 gallons par heure (gal/h); alimentée par un moteur de 1/3 HP
  1. Peut pomper leau à 27 pi de profondeur
  1. Opération automatique, interrupteur mécanique de pointe et éprouvé. Modèles à opération manuelle : SUP54, 55, 56, 80.
  1. Fait partie dune gamme de trois pompes de tailles différentes. Autres modèles : SUP57 (1 800 gal/h), SUP59 (2 520 gal/h)
  1. Moteur écoénergétique pour une utilisation continue
  1. Refroidissement à leau pour empêcher lhuile de nuire aux poissons ou à la flore.

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
12.99
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
12.99
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
9.45
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
9.45
Poids assemblé (en livres)
9
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
10.6
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
10.63
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
10.63

Détails

Certifié
Entretien des installations
Non
Pays d'origine
CN-China

Garanties et certifications

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Pompe utilitaire submersible de 1/3 HP, interrupteur automatiqueECOFLO Pompe utilitaire submersible de 1/3 HP, interrupteur automatiqueConçue pour pomper leau des surfaces planes, des puits de fenêtre, des spas, des baignoires et encore plus.
ECOFLO
1001021573
CAD1792022-05-22
Home Depot Canada
Pompe utilitaire submersible de 1/3 HP, interrupteur automatique est évalué 4.1 de 5 de 7.
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Rated 3 de 5 de par the floats stick... the floats stick
Date de publication: 2020-03-31
Rated 3 de 5 de par On the plus side, this pump really powers the water right on through. It will make short work of ... [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] On the plus side, this pump really powers the water right on through. It will make short work of a flooded basement or a pool that needs draining. On the downside, it seems finicky about getting started, and many applications will void the warranty. When I first tried to use it, it would not start despite being immersed in water. I had to switch it from automatic to manual--which is really quite difficult because the thing has a bizarre flimsy plastic switch on it. There's nothing in the instructions on how to do this, by the way. Anyhow, it does work well once it gets going. As to the warranty being voided--The manual says that if you use it with an extension cord, you void the warranty. So unless whatever you need to pump is within eight feet of an outlet, you're pumping at your own risk. Caveat emptor, at least in that regard.
Date de publication: 2018-07-30
Rated 5 de 5 de par The pump is light, easily transportable and simple to use. It comes well packaged. There are seve... [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The pump is light, easily transportable and simple to use. It comes well packaged. There are several threaded attachments included to accommodate different size hoses. The attachments are easily changed with no tool and just hand tightening. I was up and running with this pump in less than 2 minutes. I set the slide switch to Manual for my first test. I plugged it in to turn it on and immediately had no problem moving the water. I then set it to automatic and it worked the same. According to the troubleshooting checklist section of the Owner’s Manual “Problem: Pump Does Not Run – Reason: Water level in sump has not reached turn-on level as indicated in installation drawing”. There is no indication in any drawing and no reference to the turn-on level. I discovered a 9 inches requirement by reading the Questions & Answers section of the Home Depot site, but found that it ran in about 4 inches of water when I set it to automatic. If true, I am disappointed that the water level has to reach 9 inches before the automatic on feature is triggered. I currently have a utility pump that only turns on/off by manually plugging and unplugging the power cord. I use the utility pump to drain our backyard during heavy rain storms. I was excited about using this automatic pump as I would not have to come in and out of the rain when using our current utility pump. For most people the 9 inch depth might be fine but the location I place my current pump only gets to about 6 inches deep over a wide area. I live in California so my next opportunity to try the automatic function might be next winter IF it rains. Please be aware of the Extension Cord warning. Manufacturer does not recommend that an extension cord be utilized with the utility pump; they suggest plugging it directly into an outlet. If an extension cord must be used please utilize a heavy gauge wire with a short run. Also be advised it will void the warranty
Date de publication: 2018-03-06
Rated 5 de 5 de par Got this pump initially as a backup to one already in the sump pit in our home but have since swi... [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Got this pump initially as a backup to one already in the sump pit in our home but have since switched this out to our primary. Our existing pump has an external float to toggle the pump on and off. This float has gotten hung up and prevented the pump from turning on resulting in basement flooding. This pump fixes that problem by making the float integral to the housing. Peace of mind is well worth the cost.
Date de publication: 2018-03-06
Rated 4 de 5 de par I am using this pump primarily to empty water from my swimming pool during periods of heavy rain ... [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I am using this pump primarily to empty water from my swimming pool during periods of heavy rain here in Florida. I wanted a pump that would automatically shut down when the water level came down to approximately the first step of my pool entry. This way, I wouldn’t have to sit around to monitor the water level. This pump accomplishes that goal. However, I found that the pump did not activate until it was mostly (or fully) submerged. There is a small sliding switch on the pump housing (see picture) that I guess is supposed to establish the water level at which the pump will turn on, and although it is more of an approximate setting it still served my purpose. When moved to a fully “up” position, the pump goes into manual mode (meaning it is always on). The pump came with several fittings and adapters (see picture) for coupling sump discharge hoses to the output port, (including a useful backflow-preventer) but it did not come with a garden hose adapter. For most homeowners who have only a garden hose handy, such an adapter would have made the pump much more useful right out of the box. If you’re looking to use a garden hose with this pump, you’ll need to purchase a separate adapter when you buy the pump. The pump housing appears to be fabricated of heavy duty hard plastic and well suited to complete water immersion. The mechanical float is completely hidden behind the pump housing (although you can hear the float move when you shake the pump) so that it will operate unimpeded by floating or other objects that might contact the pump. Water flow at zero height was very strong (see picture). I would think that this product will most often be operating near pools of water, and/or that it will be exposed to wet weather. I think the 10 ft grounded electric cord that is supplied with the pump will be too short for many applications. A 15’ (or longer) cord would be more useful and eliminate the need for an extension cord. Also, the smooth rounded shape of the pump handle would benefit from a redesign to incorporate two posts around which the cord could be wrapped when stored. As it is, there is no cord-storage built into the pump design. The user manual at three pages, is generic and therefore not very useful, but the 2-year product warranty is better than average, and seems to be free of “gotcha” exclusions that would diminish its value. But for the missing garden hose adapter, this would be the perfect pump to use right out of the box, to meet an emergency water problem. Still, for recurring sump applications it should work well provided you already have a compatible sump discharge hose. I would recommend this pump to a friend with the caveat that a garden hose adapter might be added to the purchase to extend the pump’s usefulness to other applications.
Date de publication: 2018-02-27
Rated 4 de 5 de par I like that it comes with three different adapters and a back-flow stop valve. I don't like the l... [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I like that it comes with three different adapters and a back-flow stop valve. I don't like the little tiny auto/manual switch, it's so small I can barely move it. Seriously, why is this thing so extremely small with a little bulb end? Can't it just be a normal switch? Auto pump: At first I thought the auto feature didn't work but it only kicks on if the pump is submerged more than 9" underwater. Would be much better to switch on at 2-3". The cord is nice and long at 10 feet!! The pump will move solids 1/8" in size and will get the water level down to about 1/4-1/2". My first test in the sink went great with about three gallons of water being sucked out into a pool hose in seconds. Pump works very well.
Date de publication: 2018-02-26
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At what water level does this automatic pump turn on and begin to pump?

At what water level does this automatic pump turn on and begin to pump?
Posée par: Stuu
Pump turns on when water level reaches approximately 5" Thanks, ECO FLO Customer Service
Répondue par: Everbilt Customer Service
Date de publication: 2021-10-05

can i use this pump to pump water out of my lake to water the grass? I will tie it securely to a...

can i use this pump to pump water out of my lake to water the grass? I will tie it securely to a boat cleat and drop in the water
Posée par: jo
Jo, A utility pump can be used for a variety of different things. However, we feel there are other options that would better suit your task. Please contact ECO-FLO at 877-326-3561 for additional information and details. Thanks.
Répondue par: Everbilt Customer Service
Date de publication: 2021-06-11

what is small switch on opposite side from man/auto switch? what depth of water is required to ac...

what is small switch on opposite side from man/auto switch? what depth of water is required to activate pump pump model is SUP58
Posée par: MIKO
Miko, The small switch is just the auto/manual switch from the front of the pump (the switch runs through the body of the pump). Please contact ECO-FLO at 877-326-3561 for further details on the SUP58 pump. Thanks.
Répondue par: Everbilt Customer Service
Date de publication: 2021-03-01

Can this be used in a gravel bottom sump well?

This pump does not look like it has a screen over the base. Would it be suitable for use in a pool sump well that has pea gravel at the bottom? Looking at the pictures I'd be worried it would suck up the gravel in addition to the water given it doesn't have a screen over the base. Perhaps it is screened to prevent large solids from getting into the prop but can't tell from the pictures and description.
Posée par: Mike
Although there is a screen on this pump, it would not be recommended in the type of application you are looking for. Please contact our experts at 844-883-1872 for some additional guidance on selecting the correct pump for your situation. Thanks.
Répondue par: Everbilt Customer Service
Date de publication: 2020-01-07

Can you use garden hose for discharge

Can you use garden hose for discharge
Posée par: Thomas
Thomas, this item does not include a garden hose adapter. The pump will work using a garden hose, however, when the automatic option is chosen you need to be sure there is no chance of the discharge hose being kinked, etc... Customer Service
Répondue par: Everbilt Customer Service
Date de publication: 2021-06-02

1. Is this pump suitable for continuous immersion in the effluent of a residential septic tank? 2...

1. Is this pump suitable for continuous immersion in the effluent of a residential septic tank? 2. I did not notice what resistance this pump has to accidentally sucking in small solid particles. Can you describe? 3. In all septic tanks, there is a layer of "scum" (which includes foamy oils & fats & grease from the kitchen) that floats to the top of the liquid/sewage in the septic tank, and over time the depth of this scum layer grows deeper and deeper. If I fail to regularly remove this scum and it gets sucked into the pump inlet, can I assume that the suction head is sufficient to eject it out the pump outlet? I calculated that the rest of my system will use about 12 feet of head, and this pump will deliver 27 feet, and I have no need for high flow rates, so even 5 gpm will do fine. In other words, is there any problem with grease/oil/etc. clogging the flow to this pump? I obviously cannot use a pre-filter or grease trap with this design pump.
Posée par: Greg
You've obviously done a lot work to determine the best approach for your problem (not sure exactly what it is). I don't believe that this pump is designed to do the job your asking. It's a great pump but it only pumps debris up to 1/8" which I personally would not place inside MY septic tank. Especially because this pump does have fairly strong suction it would likely pull solids up or down to wherever it is situated. Also, this pump is either set to "auto" or "manual" - Auto being kicked on at 8-9" depth which means it would need to hang inside the tank, or you would set it to manual and I'm not sure how or when you would engage it. Separately, typically septic systems are designed to allow gray water to flow out to the field gradually allowing solids to fall to the bottom of the tank. Installing a pump like this seems problematic. Where are you pumping the gray water to? I hope not into the field since you will quickly overwhelm it. Conversely, somewhere else would be illegal.
Répondue par: BobO
Date de publication: 2018-03-07

It's says automatic but what is the water depth or range of depths that it starts pumping at?

It's says automatic but what is the water depth or range of depths that it starts pumping at?
Posée par: mpetrof
It started pumping on "automatic" setting when the pump body was submerged in about 5" of water.
Répondue par: jayp
Date de publication: 2018-05-15

Could I use it for outside? Under ground?

Posée par: Thy
The pump is capable of full water submersion, so the only "weak" point would be exposure of the electric plug to wet conditions. If the plug can be weather-protected, I believe the pump can be used outdoors. As for using it "underground," I'm uncertain what is meant and cannot answer that part of your question.
Répondue par: jayp
Date de publication: 2021-09-17
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