Clean Water Submersible Pump

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Clean Water Submersible Pump

  1. Clean Water: Indicates that the pump is designed for use with water that is relatively free from impurities or debris. It is suitable for applications where the water being pumped does not contain significant contaminants.
  2. Submersible: Describes the pump’s design, which allows it to be fully submerged in the water it is pumping. Submersible pumps are often used in wells, boreholes, or other water sources where the pump needs to operate beneath the water surface.
  3. 0.75 HP (Horsepower): Specifies the power rating of the pump. In this case, the pump has a power output of 0.75 horsepower, indicating its capacity to move a certain volume of water per unit of time.
  4. 25 M: This likely refers to the maximum pumping or discharge head, which is the vertical distance the pump can lift water. In this case, the pump can effectively lift water to a height of 25 meters.

Power: 0.75 HP Kw: 0.55
Quantity: 1.5 cubic meter
H: Max 25 meters
H.Min: 7 meters
2850 RPM
Stator: 120 x 70 MM
Outlet: 1” 5M Float Cable Co


Clean Water Submersible Pump Uses

  1. Residential Water Well Pumping: Submersible pumps are commonly used in residential water wells to lift water from underground sources to supply households with clean water for drinking, bathing, and other domestic uses.
  2. Irrigation: The pump can be utilized for irrigating gardens, lawns, or agricultural fields where clean water is needed for crop cultivation. The pump’s ability to lift water to a certain height (25 meters in this case) makes it suitable for providing water to elevated areas.
  3. Drainage and Flood Prevention: Submersible pumps are effective for draining excess water from basements, construction sites, or low-lying areas prone to flooding. The pump’s submersible design allows it to operate in submerged conditions.
  4. Pool and Pond Maintenance: The pump can be used to circulate and filter water in pools or ponds, ensuring water cleanliness and preventing stagnation.
  5. Water Transfer: It can be employed for transferring water between containers or tanks, especially when a certain amount of head (vertical lift) is required.
  6. Fountain Operation: Submersible pumps are commonly used in decorative fountains to circulate water and create various water features.
  7. Emergency Water Extraction: In emergency situations, such as after heavy rainfall or flooding, the pump can be used to extract water from flooded areas.
  8. Construction Site Dewatering: For construction sites that encounter water accumulation, a submersible pump can help to remove excess water, allowing for a safer and more efficient work environment.
  9. Industrial Applications: The pump may be used in industrial settings for various processes requiring the transfer of clean water within a facility.
SKU: AHS42226 Category:


550W 0.75HP

Safety Measures

  1. Read the User Manual:
    • Familiarize yourself with the user manual provided by the manufacturer. It contains important information on installation, operation, and safety precautions specific to your pump model.
  2. Check for Damages:
    • Before use, inspect the pump for any signs of damage or wear. Ensure that all components, including cables and plugs, are in good condition.
  3. Power Source:
    • Use a grounded electrical outlet with the correct voltage and amperage as specified in the user manual. Avoid using extension cords unless absolutely necessary, and make sure they are suitable for the pump’s power requirements.
  4. Grounding:
    • Ensure that the pump is properly grounded to prevent electrical shocks. Follow the grounding instructions provided in the user manual.
  5. Water Quality:
    • Use the pump only for clean water as specified by the manufacturer. Avoid pumping liquids with debris, chemicals, or other contaminants that may damage the pump or pose health risks.
  6. Submersion Depth:
    • Do not submerge the pump deeper than the recommended depth specified in the user manual. Exceeding the maximum submersion depth can damage the pump and compromise safety.
  7. Temperature Limitations:
    • Be aware of the temperature limitations of the pump. Some pumps may not be suitable for extremely hot or cold water, so check the user manual for temperature specifications.
  8. Avoid Running Dry:
    • Never run the pump without water. Running the pump dry can cause overheating and damage to the pump’s internals. Ensure that there is always an adequate water supply.
  9. Secure Connection:
    • Ensure that all connections, including hoses and fittings, are securely fastened before operating the pump. Loose connections can result in leaks or inefficient operation.
  10. Regular Maintenance:
    • Follow the recommended maintenance schedule outlined in the user manual. Regularly check and clean the pump to prevent clogs and ensure optimal performance.
  11. Emergency Shut-off:
    • Familiarize yourself with the emergency shut-off procedures. Know how to quickly turn off the pump in case of malfunction or emergency.
  12. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Use appropriate PPE, such as gloves and eye protection, when handling the pump or working with water.

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  1. Greg

    Great addition to my setup.


  2. Otis

    Quality surpasses the price tag.


  3. Stacy

    Suits various needs perfectly