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Aquatec, SWP-4000, Submersible Pump

Item Code:P-AQUA-4000

Model #:SWP-4000

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Aquatec SWP-4000 submersible pump

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The Aquatec SWP-4000 is a submersible pump ideal for many off-grid applications.   The DC motor can be driven by 12 or 24 volts from a battery bank or solar panel direct(Considered 15 and 30 volt applications).   As a lower volume pump it is ideally suited for filling livestock troughs or holding tanks.

It's rugged design includes a stainless steel casing, a double O-ring seal against leaks into the motor, a factory installed electrical wiring harness(with 36" leads), and a stainless steel water intake. The pump is field servicable a with a typical service cycle of two to seven years depending on use.

Solar direct applications should use a nominal panel size of ~110 watts at 24 volts for standard applications, but larger 60 cell panels can be used for peak performance and a wider window of operation.  Always use a P-LCB-7(or -15 for larger panels) linear current booster in solar direct applications, ordered separately.

Maximum total lift of 230'.

Aquatec recommends a maximum submersion depth of 100', meaning the pump should not be positioned any deeper than 100' below the static water level.

0.43 gallon per minute flow rate at 230' of lift(3.5 amp draw), 0.62 gpm at 20' of lift(1.1 amp draw), for 12 volt configurations.

1.25 gallon per minute flow rate at 230' of lift(3.7 amp draw), 1.70 gpm at 20' of lift(1.4 amp draw), for 30 volt configurations.

12.5" long, 3.75" diameter

Dual-Size Stainless Steel Outlet Nipple Fits 0.5" Hose Barb Tubing (0.50 Inch ID) or 0.5" Poly Pipe (0.62 Inch ID).

Consider ordering P-SFWire and P-Hose by the foot to work in conjunction with the Aquatec SWP-4000. 

Made in the U.S.A. 

Warranty of 12 months from date of purchase or 18 months from date of manufacture.

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