Sep 12

Should I Turn My Pond Pump Off for the Winter?

Nothing quite beats sitting by a backyard pond, sipping a drink, surrounded by the sounds of cascading water from a miniature waterfall and fish slapping their tails against a gentle tide. All good things must come to an end however. As time rolls on, leaves start to carpet the ground and a chill begins to permeate the air. As someone from that show about zombies and dragons would say, winter is coming. It’s that time again; time to start thinking about maintenance to your pond pump.

Should I turn my pond pump off for the winter?

Whether you leave your pump powered on or off in the winter depends on two factors: climate and aquatic life. If you live in a climate that does not experience below freezing temperatures, you can safely leave the pump running throughout winter without any issues.

However if you live in colder climates, you may want to keep the pump off during the winter. When pond water freezes, it could freeze the pump as well and cause irrevocable damage, in which case you’ll need to purchase a replacement. The freezing point for water is 32 degrees Fahrenheit. If you have no aquatic life in your pond, it is safer to have the pump off when temperatures fall below freezing so you can avoid damage to the pump. You may even want to empty your pond of water as this can prevent damage from ice buildup. Ice expands over time and may damage your pond’s lining.

The primary job of a pond pump is to circulate the water of a pond. If you have aquatic life in your pond (such as fish, frogs, or turtles), the water needs to be warm enough for them. Water that is circulating takes longer to freeze than still water and pumps aid in keeping the water warm enough to sustain life. If you live in a cold climate, it’s also a good idea to have a pond heater. A pond heater can open a “breathing hole” in the ice, or a place for harmful toxins to escape.

Little Giant 566721

PumpProducts.com sells pond pumps from Little Giant at some of the lowest prices available on the web. Little Giant offers some of the most dependable models on the market. No matter which model of pond pump you own though, the best place to check on the specific maintenance and operating conditions of your pump is in the pump’s manual. Some pond pump models are better suited for colder climates than others. If you store your pump away for the winter, you may want to keep it submerged in a bucket of water (in a place that will not allow the water to freeze) in order to keep the seals lubricated.

Pump Products application engineers are standing by to help you find the right pump, as well as to provide price quotes, stocking availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800 to speak to an expert today.

Sep 07

Inspector Pumphead’s Buyers Guide: Myers WHR Series Sewage Pumps

Myers pumps are known for their versatility and this series is no exception.

Myers WHR series pumps are typically designed for residential and commercial sewage, high capacity sump, effluent, domestic wastewater, septic pumping, and other sewage or effluent applications that require high head.

A high capacity handling ability allows the WHR series to pass 2-inch spherical solids.  The recessed vortex impeller provides an unobstructed passage in the volute case which allows these pumps to handle stringy, trashy solids without plugging the impeller. The vortex impeller also greatly extends the pump’s bearing life and eliminates jamming between volute cases.

The WHR series features a cast iron construction to withstand even the most extreme conditions. This series is also available in single seal and double seal models, providing additional protection against water leakage and extending motor life. An optional leak probe can sense leakage past seals in models that feature a dual seal.

The WHR series has durable, oil filled motors that are designed for continuous bearing lubrication and maximum heat dissipation. A high-torque, permanent split capacitor motor means no starting switches or relays that wear out.

Heat sensors add overload protection with automatic reset when motors cool to a safe operating temperature.

MYERS WHR SERIES SEWAGE PUMPS

Myers WHR Series Sewage Pump

PERFORMANCE CURVES

Model Comparison Chart

Model Discharge HP Voltage Phase GPM Max. Head
WHR5-11C 2′ NPT 1/2 115 1 148 23′
WHR5-21C 2′ NPT 1/2 230 1 128 23′
WHR5-23 2″ NPT 1/2 230 3 148 23′
WHR5-43 2″ NPT 1/2 460 3 148 23′
WHR5-03 2″ NPT 1/2 200 3 148 23′
WHR5P-1 2″ NPT 1/2 115 1 128 23′
WHR5P-2 2″ NPT 1/2 230 1 148 23′
WHR10-21C 2″ NPT 1 230 1 175 32′
WHR10-23 2″ NPT 1 230 3 175 32′
WHR10P-2 2″ NPT 1 230 1 175 32′
WHR10-03 2″ NPT 1 200 3 175 32′
WHR10-43 2″ NPT 1 460 3 175 32′
WHR5-21-DS-L/D 2″ NPT 1/2 230 1 128 24′
WHR5-01-DS-L/D 2″ NPT 1/2 200 1 128 24′
WHR7-21C 2″ NPT 3/4 230 1 148 27′
WHR5-11-DS-L/D 2″ NPT 1/2 115 1 128 24′
WHR7-23 2″ NPT 3/4 230 3 148 27′
WHR7P-2 2″ NPT 3/4 230 1 148 27′
WHR7-43 2″ NPT 3/4 460 3 148 27′
WHR7-03 2″ NPT 3/4 200 3 148 27′
WHR5-43-DS-L/D 2″ NPT 1/2 460 3 128 24′
WHR5-21-DS 2″ NPT 1/2 230 1 128 24′
WHR5-01-DS 2″ NPT 1/2 200 1 128 24′
WHR5-23-DS-L/D 2″ NPT 1/2 230 3 128 24′
WHR5-03-DS-L/D 2″ NPT 1/2 200 3 128 24′
WHR5-11-DS 2″ NPT 1/2 115 1 128 24′
WHR10-21-DS 2″ NPT 1 230 1 175 32′
WHR10-23-DS-L/D 2″ NPT 1 230 3 175 32′
WHR10-03-DS-L/D 2″ NPT 1 200 3 175 32′
WHR10-21-DS-L/D 2″ NPT 1 230 1 175 32′
WHR7-21-DS-L/D 2″ NPT 3/4 230 1 148 27′
WHR7-43-DS-L/D 2″ NPT 3/4 460 3 148 27′
WHR7-21-DS 2″ NPT 3/4 230 1 148 27′
WHR7-23-DS-L/D 2″ NPT 3/4 230 3 148 27′
WHR7-03-DS-L/D 2″ NPT 3/4 200 3 148 27′
WHR10-43-DS-L/D 2″ NPT 1 460 3 175 32′

EXPLODED VIEW

DIMENSIONS

REPAIR PARTS

WIRING DIAGRAM

BROCHURE
Myers WHR Series Sewage Pump Brochure
MANUAL
Myers WHR Series Sewage Pump Manual
REPAIR PARTS
Myers WHR Series Sewage Pump Repair Parts

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Sep 06

5 Things to Know Before Buying a Pump

For the last 10 years, your sump pump has been steadily working and soldiering on in your basement. But the day has finally come. It’s outlasted your kid graduating high school and your pet goldfish but at last, Father Time has taken his toll. As sad as this may be (even more sad than that scene in the Lion King), there’s a silver lining to all this. It’s time for a shiny new pump to come in and take over.

Here at PumpProducts.com, we hear this sad tale every day but that’s why we have experts standing by, ready to help you pick out a suitable replacement. Selecting the right replacement pump can truly be a daunting task. Numerous classifications and scores of different models all built to different specifications and applications can leave some people overwhelmed. That’s why our experts are here to help. Below you will find five general things to know before you pick out a new pump including some questions our experts might even ask.

Taco Circulator Pump

What Are You Pumping?

The first and perhaps most obvious thing to keep in mind when selecting a new pump is of course knowing what you need to pump. Having a pump that is not suited for a certain type of fluid can lead to corrosion or unnecessary wear and tear. There are pumps designed to pump all sorts of materials including oil and chemicals while others can only pump water. Some pumps can also handle solids such as slurry and waste while others are designed to only handle liquid. Knowing if you require a pump that is designed to handle certain fluids and solids is essential.

Where Are You Pumping?

This may also seem obvious at first but knowing where you’re pumping is also important. If you need a transfer pump to move water from your pool cover, you need a compact and mobile pump that has a garden hose adapter (like the Liberty 331). The location of your application and pump accessory requirements may be a factor in determining what pump you need. Some pumps are submersible, meaning they can operate submerged in water, while others can be irrevocably damaged if water gets into motor components. If a pump is going to be stationary, you may even need to purchase a basin. A pump’s surroundings can help determine how long its service life lasts. Also make sure the power cord on your pump is a suitable length for your application.

Flow Rate

Understanding flow rate can perhaps be the single most important factor when selecting the right pump for your application. Flow rate is the rate you want to transfer fluid at and basically determines the overall effectiveness of a pump. Flow rate is generally measured in gallons per minute (GPM). A larger flow rate means a larger pump size is needed.

Inlet Size

Pump inlet sizes can vary but are typically between 1 to 6 inches. Centrifugal pumps work by sucking water in through an inlet and discharging the water through an outlet valve. Larger inlet sizes allow for larger amounts of water to be pumped out faster.

Head & Pressure

Head refers to the longest distance in terms of height a pump is able to pump water before gravity takes over. If you try to pump water higher than a pump’s maximum head, the flow rate will be zero. It can be beneficial to select a pump that has a maximum head greater than the head needed for your application.

Berkeley Centrifugal Pump

Selecting a pump can be challenging. If you have any doubts of this, just check out our extensive pump catalog and scroll through the myriad of pumps we offer. If you need any help, give our experts a call and let them do the work for you!

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Aug 31

Inspector Pumphead’s Buyers Guide: Myers MW Series Sewage Pumps

Myers MW Series Pumps are suitable for high head applications and offer optional dual seal performance for demanding residential and commercial sewage pumping applications.

Typical applications include residential and commercial sewage, high capacity sump, effluent, domestic wastewater and septic pumping.

This series’ cast Iron housing and volute case stands tough in demanding applications that feature extremely corrosive environments. The enclosed two-vane impeller (available in cast iron or bronze) provides high efficiency pumping and will easily handle stringy, trashy 2” solids without clogging. This design also eliminates jamming between impeller and volute.  This series also features 300 series stainless steel fasteners and a 20 foot power cord.

A high torque, permanent split capacitor motor allows for powerful starts with no starting switches or relays to wear out.  The rugged, oil-filled motors of this series are designed for bearing lubrication and maximum heat dissipation. Optional leak probes sense water leakage past the seals on dual seal motor models.

Single phase models feature a heat sensor which prevent overheating by protecting the pump with an automatic reset when the motor cools to a safe operating temperature.

This series is easy to maintain and service as only four screws need to be removed for motor access. The pump’s volute seal ring is replaceable for added service convenience.

MYERS MW SERIES SEWAGE PUMPS

Myers MW Series Sewage Pump

Model Comparison Chart

Model Discharge HP Voltage Phase GPM Max. Head
MW200D-01 2″ NPT 2 200 1 162 70′
MWH50-43 2″ NPT 1/2 460 3 125 38′
MWH50-03 2″ NPT 1/2 200 3 125 38′
MW100-01 2″ NPT 1 200 1 132 48′
MW100D-23 2″ NPT 1 230 3 132 48′
MW150-03 2″ NPT 1-1/2 200 3 148 62′
MW150D-21 2″ NPT 1-1/2 230 1 147 62′
MW100D-21 2″ NPT 1 230 1 132 48′
MWH50-21 2″ NPT 1/2 230 1 125 38′
MW200D-23 2″ NPT 2 230 3 162 70′
MW200-01 2″ NPT 2 200 1 162 70′
MW100-21 2″ NPT 1 230 1 132 48′
MW150-23 2″ NPT 1-1/2 230 3 148 62′
MW200-43 2″ NPT 2 460 3 162 70′
MW100D-03 2″ NPT 1 200 3 132 48′
MWH50-01 2″ NPT 1/2 200 1 125 38′
MW100-23 2″ NPT 1 230 3 132 48′
MW100D-43 2″ NPT 1 460 3 132 48′
MW100-43 2″ NPT 1 460 3 132 48′
MW200-03 2″ NPT 2 200 3 162 70′
MW150D-23 2″ NPT 1-1/2 230 3 147 62′
MW150-43 2″ NPT 1-1/2 460 3 148 62′
MW150D-01 2″ NPT 1-1/2 200 1 147 62′
MW200D-21 2″ NPT 2 230 1 162 70′
MWH50D-21 2″ NPT 1/2 230 1 124 37′
MW150D-43 2″ NPT 1-1/2 460 3 147 62′
MWH50D-43 2″ NPT 1/2 460 3 124 37′
MW200-21 2″ NPT 2 230 1 162 70′
MW200D-43 2″ NPT 2 460 3 162 70′
MWH50D-01 2″ NPT 1/2 200 1 124 37′
MWH50-01P 2″ NPT 1/2 200 1 125 38′
MW100-03 2″ NPT 1 200 3 132 48′
MWH50D-03 2″ NPT 1/2 200 3 124 37′
MW150-21 2″ NPT 1-1/2 230 1 148 62′
MWH50-21P 2″ NPT 1/2 230 1 125 38′
MW150-01 2″ NPT 1-1/2 200 1 148 62′
MWH50D-23 2″ NPT 1/2 230 3 124 37′
MW150D-03 2″ NPT 1-1/2 200 3 147 62′
MW100D-01 2″ NPT 1 200 1 132 48′
MW200-23 2″ NPT 2 230 3 162 70′
MWH50-23 2″ NPT 1/2 230 3 125 38′
PERFORMANCE CURVES

DIMENSIONS

REPAIR PARTS LIST

BROCHURE
Myers MW Series Sewage Pump Brochure
OWNER’S MANUAL
Myers MW Series Sewage Pump Owner’s Manual

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Aug 30

How to Locate and Close the Main Water Shut Off Valve

What would pumps be without water? Whether it’s circulator pump like the Grundfos 59896879 or a sewage pump like the Goulds 1DM51C0NA, without water these pumps become decorative art pieces. However sometimes it becomes necessary in case of an emergency to turn your water off and prevent damage to your pump.

A pump hooked into your system may have an isolation valve installed. Isolation valves allow you to cut off water to that specific pump without turning the water off to your entire system. Isolation valves prevent any leakage and can act as a sort of damage control. They are usually located somewhere near your pump.

However there are cases where you may want to cut off water to your entire system. Homes hooked up to a city water supply feature what is referred to as a main shut off valve. There are a few things that you should absolutely know exactly where they are located in your home in case of an emergency. Things like mini bottles of hot sauce, deodorant, chocolate, and of course (perhaps most importantly of all) where the main water shutoff valve is.

The main shutoff valve allows water to flow through your house when it’s open and cuts off the water supply to your entire house when it’s closed. If a pipe in your home leaks or bursts, it is essential to know where your main shut off valve is located instead of spending crucial time looking for it during an emergency. Turning your water off during an emergency can save you not only future headaches, but repair costs as well.

Though the location can vary, shut off valves tend to be located outside homes that reside in warmer climates and commonly reside inside homes in colder climates. Valves located outside are usually near the water meter or can even be located near a garden hose. For valves located inside a home, they are most likely in a basement (near the water meter and other utilities) or in a crawl space.

Shut off valves are typically found in two different styles:  gate valve or ball valve designs. Gate valves are more common in older homes. This design has a wheel that can be turned. To cut the water off, turn the wheel clockwise until it can’t be turned any further. If a gate valve has not been turned for a number of years however, it can give resistance and become difficult to turn. You can use a wrench in this case to help turn the valve. If the valve is difficult to turn even with a wrench, your gate valve may require stem repair.

Gate Valve

Ball valves are typically found in newer homes. This valve has a flat handle and is an especially dependable design. The valve is open when the handle is aligned with the pipe. To close the pipe, turn the handle counter clockwise for a quarter of a turn so that the lever is at a right angle to the pipe. This will cut the water off.

Ball Valve

After closing the valve, you should open the highest and lowest faucets in the home. This will allow the standing water in the plumbing to drain. Once the pipes are empty of water, they can be worked on without water spilling into your home.

It’s never a bad thing to be prepared for emergencies. Knowing how to shut off your water may help to prolong the service life of not only your pumps, but other plumbing systems in your home as well.

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Aug 24

Inspector Pumphead’s Buyers Guide: Berkeley SSCX Series Centrifugal Pumps

Berkeley’s SSCX series high head, centrifugal pumps are your ideal choice for a wide range of pump applications and varying temperature conditions. This series is designed specifically for water circulation, booster service, liquid transfer, spray systems, jockey pumps, and OEM applications.

This series features a high-temperature rating (up to 185 degrees Fahrenheit), stainless steel or noryl impellers, 1.25” suction, 1” discharge, and drain/vent ports. The open drip-proof or totally enclosed fan cooled motors are available in single or three phase, 0.75-2.5 HP, and a variety of voltages.

This series of centrifugal pumps are remarkably versatile. Stainless steel housing and shafts ensures corrosion resistant dependability in chemical as well as water applications. A smooth flow path assures quiet operation.

Precision lapped mechanical shaft seals are constructed from highly polished carbon-ceramic, stainless steel with buna elastomers in order to deliver long life reliability.

This series has three seal options to meet a wide variety of applications. The standard seal in the SSCX series is buna carbon/ceramic. The volute uses a buna O-ring to seal the pumping chamber section. Other seal options include Viton with carbon/ceramic or carbon/silicon faces that include a Viton O-ring that can be changed out in the pump volute.

Noryl composite impellers are precision molded for perfect balance and lasting quality. Ultra smooth inlet ports maximize performance, efficiency, and durability. Drain and vent ports make draining not only easier, but faster as well.

BERKELEY SSCX SERIES CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS

Model Comparison Chart

Model Discharge HP Voltage Phase GPM Max. Head
B78635 1″ NPT 1/2 115/230 1 43 82′
B78636 1″ NPT 1/2 230/460 3 43 82′
B78637 1″ NPT 3/4 115/230 1 55 94′
B78638 1″ NPT 3/4 230/460 3 55 94′
B78639 1″ NPT 1 115/230 1 58 105′
B78640 1″ NPT 1 230/460 3 58 105′
B82411 1″ NPT 3/4 115/230 1 55 75′
B78647 1″ NPT 1/2 115/230 1 43 82′
B78648 1″ NPT 1/2 230/460 3 43 82′
B78641 1″ NPT 1-1/2 230 1 70 110′
B82412 1″ NPT 3/4 230/460 3 55 75′
B82415 1″ NPT 1 115/230 1 55 85′
B78642 1″ NPT 1-1/2 230/460 3 70 110′
B78649 1″ NPT 3/4 115/230 1 55 94′
B82416 1″ NPT 1 230/460 3 55 85′
B78650 1″ NPT 3/4 230/460 3 55 94′
B78651 1″ NPT 1 115/230 1 58 105′
B82420 1″ NPT 1-1/2 230/460 3 55 100′
B82413 1″ NPT 3/4 115/230 1 55 75′
B78652 1″ NPT 1 230/460 3 58 105′
B82419 1″ NPT 1-1/2 230 1 55 100′
B78644 1-1/4″ NPT 2 230/460 3 93 125′
B82414 1″ NPT 3/4 208-230/460 3 55 75′
B82417 1″ NPT 1 115/230 1 55 85′
B78653 1″ NPT 1-1/2 230 1 70 110′
B82424 1″ NPT 2 230/460 3 55 118′
B82418 1″ NPT 1 208-230/460 3 55 85′
B78643 1-1/4″ NPT 2 230 1 93 125′
B78654 1″ NPT 1-1/2 230/460 3 70 110′
B82423 1″ NPT 2 230 1 55 118′
B82421 1″ NPT 1-1/2 230 1 55 100′
B78656 1-1/4″ NPT 2 230/460 3 93 125′
B78655 1-1/4″ NPT 2 230 1 93 125′
B82422 1″ NPT 1-1/2 208-230/460 3 55 100′
B78646 1-1/4″ NPT 2-1/2 230/460 3 100 138′
B78645 1-1/4″ NPT 2-1/2 230 1 100 138′
B82428 1″ NPT 2-1/2 230/460 3 55 126′
B82427 1″ NPT 2-1/2 230 1 55 126′
B82426 1″ NPT 2 208-230/460 3 55 118′
B78658 1-1/4″ NPT 2-1/2 230/460 3 100 138′
B82430 1″ NPT 2-1/2 230/460 3 55 126′
PERFORMANCE CURVES (Noryl Impeller)

PERFORMANCE CURVES (Stainless Steel Impeller)

CHEMICAL COMPATIBILITY

MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION

DIMENSIONS

INSTALLATION

BROCHURE
Berkeley SSCX Series Centrifugal Pump Brochure
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Berkeley SSCX Series Centrifugal Pump Product Overview
OWNERS MANUAL
Berkeley SSCX Series Centrifugal Pump Owner’s Manual

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Aug 23

Inspector Pumphead’s Buyers Guide: Grundfos CRI Series Centrifugal Pump Ends

Grundfos CRI Pump End

Grundfos CR


Grundfos CRI series pumps are vertical multistage centrifugal pumps that are suitable for a wide variety of applications from the pumping of potable water to the pumping of certain chemicals. The compact in-line design makes it easy for the CRI pump to be installed in a horizontal one-pipe system where the suction and and discharge port are in the same plane and have the same dimensions.

CRI pumps are often used for industrial processing systems, washing and cleaning systems, pumping of acids and alkalis, filtration systems, water pressure boosting, water treatment, HVAC applications and irrigation applications. The basic CRI range can be applied in almost any industrial application. High quality Grundfos engineering is a hallmark of the series, with the pumps featuring optimized hydraulics, connections, outer sleeves and other optimized components.

Please note that the units listed below are pump ends only. The specific horsepower needed for each model is noted, but the motor is not included with purchase.

Pump ends are 100% factory tested before shipment.

Grundfos CRI Series Centrifugal Pump End

Model Comparison Chart

Model Disch. HP GPM Head Stages Shaft Seal Flange
96082281 1″ NPT 1/3 12 59′ 3 HQQE Oval
96081191 1″ NPT 1/3 5 55′ 3 HQQE Oval
96081286 1″ NPT 1/3 5 55′ 3 HQQV Oval
96082376 1″ NPT 1/3 12 59′ 3 HQQV Oval
96082282 1″ NPT 1/3 12 88′ 3 HQQE Oval
96081192 1″ NPT 1/3 5 82′ 3 HQQE Oval
96081381 1-1/4″ NPT 1/3 5 56′ 3 HQQE ANSI
96082471 1-1/4″ NPT 1/3 12 59′ 3 HQQE ANSI
96081287 1″ NPT 1/3 5 82′ 3 HQQV Oval
96082377 1″ NPT 1/3 12 88′ 3 HQQV Oval
96081476 1-1/4″ NPT 1/3 5 56′ 3 HQQV Oval
96082566 1-1/4″ NPT 1/3 12 59′ 3 HQQV ANSI
96081382 1-1/4″ NPT 1/3 5 82′ 3 HQQE ANSI
96082472 1-1/4″ NPT 1/3 12 88′ 3 HQQE ANSI
96082472 1-1/4″ NPT 1/3 12 88′ 3 HQQE ANSI
96081193 1″ NPT 1/3 5 109′ 4 HQQE Oval
96082283 1″ NPT 1/2 12 116′ 4 HQQE Oval
96081477 1-1/4″ NPT 1/3 5 82′ 3 HQQV ANSI
96082567 1-1/4″ NPT 1/3 12 88′ 3 HQQV ANSI
96081288 1″ NPT 1/3 5 109′ 4 HQQV Oval
96082378 1″ NPT 1/2 12 116′ 4 HQQV Oval
96081383 1-1/4″ NPT 1/3 5 109′ 4 HQQE ANSI
96082473 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 12 116′ 4 HQQE ANSI
96081478 1-1/4″ NPT 1/3 5 109′ 4 HQQV ANSI
96082568 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 12 116′ 4 HQQV ANSI
96083361 1″ NPT 1/3 23 59′ 3 HQQE Oval
96083362 1″ NPT 1/2 23 88′ 3 HQQE Oval
96081194 1″ NPT 1/3 5 135′ 5 HQQE Oval
96082284 1″ NPT 1/2 12 143′ 5 HQQE Oval
96084421 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 44 56′ 2 HQQE Oval
96083451 1″ NPT 1/3 23 59′ 2 HQQV Oval
96083452 1″ NPT 1/2 23 88′ 3 HQQV Oval
96081289 1″ NPT 1/3 5 135′ 5 HQQV Oval
96082379 1″ NPT 1/2 12 143′ 5 HQQV Oval
96083541 1-1/4″ NPT 1/3 23 59′ 3 HQQE ANSI
96084516 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 44 56′ 2 HQQV Oval
96081195 1″ NPT 1/2 5 162′ 6 HQQE Oval
96082285 1″ NPT 3/4 12 172′ 6 HQQE Oval
96083542 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 23 88′ 3 HQQE ANSI
96083363 1″ NPT 3/4 23 177′ 4 HQQE Oval
96081384 1-1/4″ NPT 1/3 5 135′ 5 HQQE ANSI
96082474 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 12 143′ 5 HQQE ANSI
96084611 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 44 56′ 2 HQQE ANSI
96083631 1-1/4″ NPT 1/3 23 59′ 3 HQQV ANSI
96081290 1″ NPT 1/2 5 162′ 6 HQQV Oval
96082380 1″ NPT 3/4 12 172′ 6 HQQV Oval
96083632 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 23 88′ 3 HQQV ANSI
96081479 1-1/4″ NPT 1/3 5 135′ 5 HQQV ANSI
96082569 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 12 142′ 5 HQQV ANSI
96083453 1″ NPT 3/4 23 177′ 4 HQQV Oval
96084706 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 44 56′ 2 HQQV Oval
96081385 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 5 162′ 6 HQQE ANSI
96082475 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 12 172′ 6 HQQE ANSI
96081196 1″ NPT 1/2 5 187′ 7 HQQE Oval
96082286 1″ NPT 3/4 12 199′ 7 HQQE Oval
96084422 1-1/4″ NPT 1 44 87′ 3 HQQE Oval
96083543 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 23 117′ 4 HQQE ANSI
96083364 1″ NPT 3/4 23 145′ 5 HQQE Oval
96084612 1-1/4″ NPT 1 44 87′ 3 HQQE ANSI
96081480 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 5 162′ 6 HQQV ANSI
96082570 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 12 172′ 6 HQQV ANSI
96081291 1″ NPT 1/2 5 187′ 7 HQQV Oval
96082381 1″ NPT 3/4 12 199′ 7 HQQV Oval
96084517 1-1/4″ NPT 1 44 87′ 3 HQQV Oval
96083633 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 23 117′ 4 HQQV ANSI
96081386 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 5 187′ 7 HQQE ANSI
96082476 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 12 199′ 7 HQQE ANSI
96082287 1″ NPT 1 12 232′ 8 HQQE Oval
96081197 1″ NPT 1/2 5 213′ 8 HQQE Oval
96083454 1″ NPT 3/4 23 145′ 5 HQQV Oval
96084707 1-1/4″ NPT 1 44 87′ 3 HQQV ANSI
96083544 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 23 145′ 5 HQQE ANSI
96084518 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 44 118′ 4 HQQV Oval
96082571 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 12 199′ 7 HQQV ANSI
96081481 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 5 187′ 7 HQQV ANSI
96081292 1″ NPT 1/2 5 213′ 8 HQQV Oval
96082382 1″ NPT 1 12 232′ 8 HQQV Oval
96084613 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 44 118′ 4 HQQE ANSI
96083365 1″ NPT 1 23 177′ 6 HQQE Oval
96081198 1″ NPT 3/4 5 240′ 9 HQQE Oval
96082288 1″ NPT 1 12 259′ 9 HQQE Oval
96081387 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 5 212′ 8 HQQE ANSI
96082477 1-1/4″ NPT 1 12 232′ 8 HQQE ANSI
96083634 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 23 145′ 5 HQQV ANSI
96083455 1″ NPT 1 23 177′ 6 HQQV Oval
96084708 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 44 118′ 4 HQQV ANSI
96084424 1-1/4″ NPT 2 44 147′ 5 HQQE Oval
96081482 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 5 212′ 8 HQQV ANSI
96082572 1-1/4″ NPT 1 12 232′ 8 HQQV ANSI
96081293 1″ NPT 3/4 5 240′ 9 HQQV Oval
96082572 1-1/4″ NPT 1 12 232′ 8 HQQV ANSI
96083545 1-1/4″ NPT 1 23 176′ 6 HQQE ANSI
96083366 1″ NPT 1-1/2 23 210′ 7 HQQE Oval
96081388 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 5 240′ 9 HQQE ANSI
96082478 1-1/4″ NPT 1 12 258′ 9 HQQE ANSI
96084519 1-1/4″ NPT 2 44 147′ 5 HQQV Oval
96083635 1-1/4″ NPT 1 23 176′ 6 HQQV ANSI
96083456 1″ NPT 1-1/2 23 210′ 7 HQQV Oval
96084614 1″ NPT 2 44 147′ 5 HQQE ANSI
96081483 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 5 240′ 5 HQQV ANSI
96082573 1-1/4″ NPT 1 12 258′ 9 HQQV ANSI
96083546 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 23 208′ 7 HQQE ANSI
96083367 1″ NPT 1-1/2 23 238′ 8 HQQE Oval
96084709 1″ NPT 1-1/2 23 238′ 8 HQQE Oval
96084709 1-1/4″ NPT 2 44 147′ 5 HQQV ANSI
96084425 1-1/4″ NPT 2 44 177′ 6 HQQE Oval
96083636 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 23 208′ 7 HQQV ANSI
96080871 1″ NPT 3/4 5 314′ 12 HQQE Oval
96083457 1″ NPT 1-1/2 23 238′ 8 HQQV Oval
96084520 1-1/4″ NPT 2 44 177′ 6 HQQV Oval
96083547 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 23 237′ 8 HQQE ANSI
96083368 1″ NPT 1-1/2 23 267′ 9 HQQE Oval
96081199 1″ NPT 3/4 5 266′ 10 HQQE Oval
96082289 1″ NPT 1-1/2 12 286′ 10 HQQE Oval
96084615 1-1/4″ NPT 2 44 177′ 6 HQQE ANSI
97644823 1-1/4″ NPT 3 7 HQQE Oval
96083637 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 23 237′ 8 HQQV ANSI
96083458 1″ NPT 1-1/2 23 267′ 9 HQQV Oval
96081294 1″ NPT 3/4 5 266′ 10 HQQV Oval
96082384 1″ NPT 1-1/2 12 286′ 10 HQQV Oval
96084710 1-1/4″ NPT 2 44 177′ 6 HQQV ANSI
96083548 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 23 266′ 9 HQQE ANSI
96082290 1″ NPT 1-1/2 12 321′ 11 HQQE Oval
96081200 1″ NPT 3/4 5 291′ 11 HQQE Oval
96081389 1″ NPT 3/4 5 291′ 11 HQQE Oval
96081389 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 5 266′ 10 HQQE ANSI
96082479 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 5 266′ 10 HQQE ANSI
96082479 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 5 266′ 10 HQQE ANSI
96082479 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 12 285′ 10 HQQE ANSI
97742674 1-1/4″ NPT 3 7 HQQV Oval
96083369 1″ NPT 2 23 297′ 10 HQQE Oval
97742675 1-1/4″ NPT 3 7 HQQE ANSI
96083638 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 23 266′ 9 HQQV ANSI
96081295 1″ NPT 3/4 5 291′ 11 HQQV Oval
96082385 1″ NPT 1-1/2 12 321′ 11 HQQV Oval
96082574 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 12 285′ 10 HQQV ANSI
96081390 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 5 290′ 11 HQQE ANSI
96082480 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 12 320′ 11 HQQE ANSI
96081201 1″ NPT 3/4 5 314′ 12 HQQE Oval
96082291 1″ NPT 1-1/2 12 349′ 12 HQQE Oval
96083459 1″ NPT 2 23 297′ 10 HQQV Oval
97742676 1-1/4″ NPT 3 7 HQQV ANSI
96083549 1-1/4″ NPT 2 23 296′ 10 HQQE ANSI
96084427 1-1/4″ NPT 3 44 243′ 8 HQQE Oval
96081485 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 5 290′ 11 HQQV ANSI
96082575 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 12 320′ 11 HQQV ANSI
96081296 1″ NPT 3/4 5 314′ 12 HQQV Oval
96082386 1″ NPT 1-1/2 12 349′ 12 HQQV Oval
96082292 1″ NPT 1-1/2 12 376′ 13 HQQE Oval
96081391 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 5 314′ 12 HQQE ANSI
96082481 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 12 348′ 12 HQQE ANSI
96083370 1″ NPT 2 23 326′ 11 HQQE Oval
96081202 1″ NPT 1 5 349′ 13 HQQE Oval
96083639 1-1/4″ NPT 2 23 296′ 10 HQQV ANSI
96084522 1-1/4″ NPT 3 44 243′ 8 HQQV Oval
96084617 1-1/4″ NPT 3 44 243′ 8 HQQE ANSI
96082576 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 12 348′ 12 HQQV ANSI
96083460 1″ NPT 2 23 326′ 11 HQQV Oval
96081297 1″ NPT 1 5 349′ 13 HQQV Oval
96082387 1″ NPT 1-1/2 12 376′ 13 HQQV Oval
96081486 1-1/4″ NPT 3/4 5 314′ 12 HQQV ANSI
96083550 1-1/4″ NPT 2 23 324′ 11 HQQE ANSI
96081392 1-1/4″ NPT 1 5 348′ 13 HQQE ANSI
96082482 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 12 376′ 13 HQQE ANSI
96084712 1-1/4″ NPT 3 44 243′ 8 HQQV ANSI
96083371 1″ NPT 2 23 353′ 12 HQQE Oval
96084428 1-1/4″ NPT 3 44 274′ 9 HQQE Oval
96083640 1-1/4″ NPT 2 23 324′ 11 HQQV ANSI
96081487 1-1/4″ NPT 1 5 348′ 13 HQQV ANSI
96082577 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 12 348′ 13 HQQV ANSI
96083461 1″ NPT 2 23 353′ 12 HQQV Oval
96084523 1-1/4″ NPT 3 44 274′ 9 HQQV Oval
96083551 1-1/4″ NPT 2 23 351′ 12 HQQE ANSI
96084429 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 302′ 10 HQQE Oval
96083372 1″ NPT 3 23 392′ 13 HQQE Oval
96083641 1-1/4″ NPT 2 23 351′ 12 HQQV ANSI
96084713 1-1/4″ NPT 3 44 274′ 9 HQQV ANSI
96084524 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 302′ 10 HQQV Oval
96126764 2″ NPT 3/4 69 45′ 2 HQQE ANSI
96126778 2″ NPT 3/4 69 45′ 2 HQQE Oval
96083462 1″ NPT 3 23 392′ 13 HQQV Oval
96084619 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 302′ 10 HQQE ANSI
96083552 1-1/4″ NPT 3 23 390′ 13 HQQE ANSI
96126806 2″ NPT 3/4 69 45′ 2 HQQV ANSI
96126820 2″ NPT 3/4 69 45′ 2 HQQV Oval
96084714 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 302′ 10 HQQV ANSI
96083642 1-1/4″ NPT 3 23 390′ 13 HQQV ANSI
96084430 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 338′ 11 HQQE Oval
96083373 1″ NPT 3 23 450′ 15 HQQE Oval
96084525 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 338′ 11 HQQV Oval
96083463 1″ NPT 3 23 450′ 15 HQQV Oval
96084620 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 338′ 11 HQQE ANSI
96083553 1-1/4″ NPT 3 23 451′ 15 HQQE ANSI
98532671 1″ NPT 3 17 HQQE Oval
96084431 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 367′ 12 HQQE Oval
96081203 1″ NPT 1 5 401′ 15 HQQE Oval
96082293 1″ NPT 2 12 433′ 15 HQQE Oval
96084715 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 338′ 11 HQQV ANSI
96083643 1-1/4″ NPT 3 23 451′ 15 HQQV ANSI
98532672 1″ NPT 3 17 HQQV Oval
96084526 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 367′ 12 HQQV Oval
96081298 1″ NPT 1 5 401′ 15 HQQV Oval
96082388 1″ NPT 2 12 433′ 15 HQQV Oval
96084432 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 396′ 13 HQQE Oval
96084621 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 367′ 12 HQQE ANSI
96126765 1-1/4″ NPT 1-1/2 69 93′ 2 HQQE ANSI
96126779 2″ NPT 1-1/2 69 93′ 2 HQQE Oval
96081393 1-1/4″ NPT 1 5 400′ 15 HQQE ANSI
96082483 1-1/4″ NPT 2 12 433′ 15 HQQE ANSI
96083554 1-1/4″ NPT 3 23 508′ 17 HQQE ANSI
96084527 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 396′ 13 HQQV Oval
96084716 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 367′ 12 HQQV ANSI
96081488 1-1/4″ NPT 1 5 400′ 15 HQQV ANSI
96082578 2″ NPT 2 12 433′ 15 HQQV ANSI
96082578 1-1/4″ NPT 2 12 433′ 15 HQQV ANSI
96083644 1-1/4″ NPT 3 23 508′ 17 HQQV ANSI
96126807 2″ NPT 1-1/2 69 93′ 2 HQQV ANSI
96126821 2″ NPT 1-1/2 69 93′ 2 HQQV Oval
96081204 1″ NPT 1-1/2 5 457′ 17 HQQE Oval
96082294 1″ NPT 2 12 489′ 17 HQQE Oval
96084433 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 428′ 14 HQQE Oval
96084622 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 396′ 14 HQQE ANSI
96082389 1″ NPT 2 12 489′ 17 HQQV Oval
96081299 1″ NPT 1-1/2 5 457′ 17 HQQV Oval
96084528 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 428′ 14 HQQV Oval
96082484 1-1/4″ NPT 2 12 489′ 17 HQQE ANSI
96081394 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 5 458′ 17 HQQE ANSI
96084717 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 396′ 13 HQQV ANSI
96083555 1-1/4″ NPT 5 23 566′ 19 HQQE ANSI
96126766 1-1/4″ NPT 3 69 142′ 3 HQQE ANSI
96126780 1-1/4″ NPT 3 69 142′ 3 HQQE Oval
96081489 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 5 458′ 17 HQQV ANSI
96082579 1-1/4″ NPT 2 12 489′ 17 HQQV ANSI
96083645 1-1/4″ NPT 5 23 566′ 19 HQQV ANSI
96084623 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 428′ 14 HQQE ANSI
96081395 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 5 511′ 19 HQQE ANSI
97749681 1-1/4″ NPT 3 19 HQQE ANSI
96126808 2″ NPT 3 69 142′ 3 HQQV ANSI
96126822 2″ NPT 3 69 142′ 3 HQQV Oval
96081396 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 5 562′ 21 HQQE ANSI
96082486 1-1/4″ NPT 3 12 617′ 21 HQQE ANSI
96084718 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 428′ 14 HQQV ANSI
96081490 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 5 511′ 19 HQQV ANSI
97749682 1-1/4″ NPT 3 19 HQQV ANSI
96084434 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 456′ 15 HQQE Oval
96082581 1-1/4″ NPT 3 12 617′ 21 HQQV ANSI
96081491 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 5 562′ 21 HQQV ANSI
96083556 1-1/4″ NPT 5 23 632′ 21 HQQE ANSI
96081397 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 5 610′ 23 HQQE ANSI
96082487 1-1/4″ NPT 3 3 674′ 23 HQQE ANSI
96084529 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 456′ 15 HQQV Oval
96084624 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 456′ 15 HQQE ANSI
96083646 1-1/4″ NPT 5 23 632′ 21 HQQV ANSI
96081492 1-1/4″ NPT 1/2 5 610′ 23 HQQV ANSI
96082582 1-1/4″ NPT 3 12 674′ 23 HQQV ANSI
96126781 1-1/4″ NPT 3 69 188′ 4 HQQE Oval
96126767 2″ NPT 3 69 188′ 4 HQQE ANSI
96084719 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 456′ 15 HQQV ANSI
96126809 2″ NPT 3 69 188′ 4 HQQV ANSI
96126823 2″ NPT 3 69 188′ 4 HQQV Oval
96126947 2″ NPT 2 125 60′ 2 HQQE Oval
96126936 2″ NPT 2 125 60′ 2 HQQE ANSI
96081398 1-1/4″ NPT 2 5 667′ 25 HQQE ANSI
96082488 1-1/4″ NPT 3 12 727′ 25 HQQE ANSI
96084435 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 485′ 16 HQQE Oval
96126768 2″ NPT 5 69 241′ 5 HQQE ANSI
96126782 2″ NPT 5 69 241′ 5 HQQE Oval
96084625 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 485′ 16 HQQE ANSI
96081493 1-1/4″ NPT 5 5 667′ 25 HQQV ANSI
96082583 1-1/4″ NPT 3 12 727′ 25 HQQV ANSI
96126980 2″ NPT 2 125 60′ 2 HQQV Oval
96126969 2″ NPT 2 125 60′ 2 HQQV ANSI
96084530 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 485′ 16 HQQV Oval
96127074 2″ NPT 3 154 63′ 2 HQQE ANSI
96126948 2″ NPT 5 125 125′ 2 HQQE Oval
96126937 2″ NPT 5 125 125′ 2 HQQE ANSI
96084720 1-1/4″ NPT 5 44 485′ 16 HQQV ANSI
96083557 1-1/4″ NPT 5 23 690′ 23 HQQE ANSI
96126810 2″ NPT 5 69 241′ 5 HQQV ANSI
96126824 2″ NPT 5 69 241′ 5 HQQV Oval
96127101 2″ NPT 3 154 63′ 2 HQQV ANSI
96127110 2″ NPT 3 154 63′ 2 HQQV Oval
96126981 2″ NPT 5 154 125′ 2 HQQV Oval
96126970 2″ NPT 5 125 125′ 2 HQQV ANSI
96083647 1-1/4″ NPT 5 23 690′ 23 HQQV ANSI
96126769 2″ NPT 5 69 285′ 6 HQQE ANSI
96126783 2″ NPT 5 69 285′ 6 HQQE Oval
96127075 2″ NPT 5 154 130′ 2 HQQE ANSI
96083558 1-1/4″ NPT 5 23 752′ 25 HQQE ANSI
96084626 1-1/4″ NPT 7-1/2 44 551′ 18 HQQE ANSI
96081399 1-1/4″ NPT 2 5 717′ 27 HQQE ANSI
96082489 1-1/4″ NPT 3 12 785′ 27 HQQE ANSI
96126825 2″ NPT 5 69 285′ 6 HQQV Oval
96126811 2″ NPT 5 69 285′ 6 HQQV ANSI
96083648 1-1/4″ NPT 5 23 752′ 25 HQQV ANSI
96127102 2″ NPT 5 154 130′ 2 HQQV ANSI
96084721 1-1/4″ NPT 7-1/2 44 551′ 18 HQQV ANSI
96081494 1-1/4″ NPT 2 5 717′ 27 HQQV ANSI
96082584 1-1/4″ NPT 3 12 785′ 27 HQQV ANSI
97743814 2″ NPT 7-1/2 3 HQQE Oval
97743815 2″ NPT 7-1/2 3 HQQV Oval
97743230 2″ NPT 7-1/2 7 HQQE ANSI
97743228 2″ NPT 7-1/2 7 HQQE Oval
97743249 2″ NPT 7-1/2 7 HQQV ANSI
97743229 2″ NPT 7-1/2 7 HQQV Oval
96084627 1-1/4″ NPT 7-1/2 44 611 7 HQQE ANSI
96126939 2″ NPT 7-1/2 125 263′ 4 HQQE ANSI
96126950 2″ NPT 7-1/2 125 253′ 4 HQQE Oval
96084722 1-1/4″ NPT 7-1/2 44 611′ 20 HQQV ANSI
96126983 2″ NPT 7-1/2 125 253′ 4 HQQV Oval
96126951 2″ NPT 10 125 316′ 5 HQQE Oval
96126984 2″ NPT 10 125 316′ 5 HQQV Oval
96084628 1-1/4″ NPT 7-1/2 44 669′ 22 HQQE ANSI
96126771 2″ NPT 7-1/2 69 389′ 8 HQQE ANSI
96126785 2″ NPT 7-1/2 69 389′ 8 HQQE Oval
96084723 1-1/4″ NPT 7-1/2 44 669′ 22 HQQV ANSI
96126813 2″ NPT 7-1/2 69 389′ 8 HQQV ANSI
96126827 2″ NPT 7-1/2 69 389′ 8 HQQV Oval
97745118 2″ NPT 15 6 HQQE Oval
96084629 1-1/4″ NPT 7-1/2 44 729′ 24 HQQE Oval
97745120 2″ NPT 15 6 HQQV Oval
96084724 1-1/4″ NPT 7-1/2 44 729′ 24 HQQV ANSI
96127076 2″ NPT 7-1/2 154 197′ 3 HQQE ANSI
96127103 2″ NPT 7-1/2 154 197′ 3 HQQV ANSI
96126786 2″ NPT 7-1/2 69 434′ 9 HQQE Oval
96126772 2″ NPT 7-1/2 69 434′ 9 HQQE ANSI
96126814 2″ NPT 7-1/2 69 434′ 9 HQQV ANSI
96126828 2″ NPT 7-1/2 69 434′ 9 HQQV Oval
96126942 2″ NPT 15 125 439′ 7 HQQE ANSI
96126975 2″ NPT 15 125 439′ 7 HQQV ANSI
96126773 2″ NPT 7-1/2 69 483′ 10 HQQE ANSI
96126787 2″ NPT 7-1/2 69 483′ 10 HQQE Oval
96126815 2″ NPT 7-1/2 69 483′ 10 HQQV ANSI
96126829 2″ NPT 7-1/2 69 483′ 10 HQQV Oval
96127104 2″ NPT 10 154 261′ 10 HQQV ANSI
96126774 2″ NPT 10 69 579′ 12 HQQE ANSI
96126943 2″ NPT 15 125 500′ 8 HQQE ANSI
96126816 2″ NPT 10 69 579′ 12 HQQV ANSI
96126976 2″ NPT 15 125 500′ 8 HQQV ANSI
96127078 2″ NPT 15 154 332′ 5 HQQE ANSI
96127105 2″ NPT 15 154 332′ 5 HQQV ANSI
97754608 2″ NPT 15 14 HQQE ANSI
96127079 2″ NPT 15 154 395′ 6 HQQE ANSI
97754609 2″ NPT 15 14 HQQV ANSI
96127106 2″ NPT 15 154 395′ 6 HQQV ANSI
96127115 2″ NPT 15 154 395′ 6 HQQV Oval
96126944 2″ NPT 20 125 559′ 9 HQQE ANSI
96126977 2″ NPT 20 125 559′ 9 HQQV ANSI
96126776 2″ NPT 15 69 761′ 16 HQQE ANSI
96126818 2″ NPT 15 69 761′ 16 HQQV ANSI
96126777 2″ NPT 15 69 808′ 18 HQQE ANSI
96126819 2″ NPT 15 69 808′ 18 HQQV ANSI
96126945 2″ NPT 20 125 640′ 10 HQQE ANSI
96126978 2″ NPT 20 125 640′ 10 HQQV ANSI
96127089 2″ NPT 20 154 472′ 7 HQQE Oval
96127080 2″ NPT 20 154 472′ 7 HQQE ANSI
96127116 2″ NPT 20 154 472′ 7 HQQV Oval
96126946 2″ NPT 25 125 773′ 12 HQQE ANSI
96126979 2″ NPT 25 125 773′ 12 HQQV ANSI
PERFORMANCE CURVES

TYPICAL CONFIGURATIONS

The above diagram shows a typical configuration. The suction pipe should be properly sized and as straight and short as possible so as to minimize friction loss. Grundfos recommends avoiding unnecessary fittings, valves or accessories – a butterfly valve can be used on the suction line when a pump has to be isolated due to flooded suction.

The below diagram is an example of where to install a bypass in the discharge pipe. The bypass is only necessary if there is a risk of the pump operating against a closed valve in the discharge line. Elbows should be at least 12″ removed from the bypass opening to prevent erosion.

BREAKDOWN DIAGRAM

MANUALS
Grundfos CRI Series Pump End Installation Sheet
Grundfos CRI Series Pump End Service Manual
Grundfos CRI Series Pump End Data Booklet

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Aug 22

5 Signs it’s Time to get a New Well Pump

Next time Lassie comes into the house, tail wagging and barking into the air to tell you Billy is trapped in the well again, make sure to tell Lassie to ask Billy to look at your well pump and see if it needs any maintenance.

Well pumps are used to extract water from wells. Most well pumps are submersible and have the crucial responsibility of making sure homes have a water supply. So it goes without saying that an efficient and properly running well pump is of the upmost importance.

Whether you own a shallow well, deep well, or a jet-driven pump, no pump is immune to Father Time so they will eventually need replacing. Though the average well pump lasts 3-5 years, there are several variables that can influence how long your pump lasts. Of course, regular maintenance and upkeep on your pump ensures a longer service life. Below are some signs that it just might be time for a shiny new well pump:

Berkeley-B15P4JP05231 Submersible Well Pump

Odd Noises

Loud grinding, groaning, or churning noises could mean your pump is wearing from the inside out. This could be an indication of several issues including damaged impellers or bearings. The sound your pump makes could be the first sign that it’s time for a replacement.

Discolored Water

If the water coming out of your faucets is cloudy or discolored, this could mean your pump is rusted. The most important thing to realize is that this is not safe to drink, shower in, or use for laundry. If the water is a cloudy white or yellow, this could be organic particle buildup in your well and the system needs to be flushed out. Other materials such as iron, manganese, and sediment can find their way into your system. These build ups can be common after a large storm. If your pump becomes rusted or you are continuing to get discolored water after cleaning your system, it’s probably time for a new pump.

Constantly Running Water                          

If your pump is running constantly, this could be a sign of internal damage to the pump. It can also be a sign of a leak in your system or an issue with the pressure tank. Internal damage will lead to your pump running inefficiently. When a component such as the pump’s impeller, bearings, or seal becomes damaged, the pump is unable to reach its cut off pressure. If left running constantly long enough, a pump can wear itself out.

Low Water Pressure

Low water pressure could be the result of many factors including scaling in your pipes, a stuck check valve, or a broken pipe. Pumps also lose efficiency as they get older. Ordering a replacement pump can end up saving money in the long run.

Expensive Energy Bill

If your energy bill is abnormally high it might just be because of your pump. Older pumps need to use more energy to operate efficiently. Pumps are kind of like people.  They need to use more energy if they need to work harder. If substances such as sand or bacteria are clogging a system, the pump will need to draw more energy. Once again, buying a new pump now may save money over the long run.

Zoeller Model NE460 Shallow Well Jet Pump

Anything that puts strain on a well pump can be a factor in shortening its service life. Power outages, water sediment, being overworked, or a lack of regular maintenance all lead to pumps needing to be replaced. However if you do need a new well pump (May I suggest the Myers MVPH-100 or the Goulds Model 5HS) PumpProducts.com has experts standing by, ready to answer your questions and make sure you pick the right pump for your application.

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Aug 22

Know Your Pump Repair Parts: Impellers

It’s time for another exciting edition of Inspector Pumphead’s: Know Your Repair Parts Series. The star of this episode is perhaps the very component which defines what it means to be a centrifugal pump: impellers.

But Inspector Pumphead, I thought all impellers were the same? There are different types of impellers?? That’s crazy talk!

Actually, there are a few different types of impeller classifications and below I will detail some of the designs behind one of the Inspector’s favorite pump parts. Having the right style of impeller is extremely important in making sure your pump is suited for the application you need it for. Without further ado, let’s take a look at some basic impeller designs.

Open Impeller

Open impellers don’t have walls closing off the vanes of the impeller and are mounted directly onto a shaft. This impeller design is typically used on smaller, less powerful pumps. The vanes of open impellers are slightly thicker out of necessity and are attached from a central hub. This style of impeller tends to be weaker and less efficient than either closed or semi-closed impeller types and experiences more wear over time than its counterparts because of the open design. However open impellers are generally faster and easier to inspect for damage since all the parts are visible. They are able to handle suspended solids as well.

Semi-Open Impeller

Semi-open impellers (or sometimes referred to as semi-closed depending on if you see the glass as half full or half empty) are usually used in applications that require solids handling and are particularly useful when viscous liquids are involved in the pumping. The impeller’s vanes are attached to a single plate while the opposite side of the plate faces the interior of the pump housing. An added benefit of this design includes the ability to avoid the clogs that closed impellers sometime experience. The ability to pass solids makes this type of impeller particularly useful.

Closed Impeller

Closed impellers are referred to as such because of the vanes being sandwiched between a front and back wall. This design of the impeller features added strength from its closed design and are usually used in larger pumps. Closed impellers are typically used in applications without solids.

When it comes to selecting the right impeller type for your application, you want to select an impeller that guarantees high efficiency but you also want a reliable impeller that requires as little maintenance as possible.

If you’re not sure what type of impeller you need, don’t worry, you’re in luck!  You can always give Inspector Pumphead a call and I’ll make sure you get the best impeller and pump that’s suited for your application. Or if I‘m not around (the Inspector has a busy schedule), you can call a PumpProducts.com application engineer who I have personally trained. They’re experts in all manners of pumping applications and will help you find the right pump or part.

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Aug 17

Inspector Pumphead’s Buyers Guide: Goulds 2ED Series Submersible Effluent Pumps

The Goulds 2ED Series of submersible effluent pumps are designed for most effluent systems. Specific applications include farms, trailer courts, motels, schools, hospitals, and industrial settings.

This versatile series of pumps have a maximum solid handling ability of ¾” and are designed for continuous use.

Shafts are constructed of stainless steel and are corrosion resistant. A lock-nut is included on all models to guard against component damage in case of accidental reverse rotation. The 2ED series also features dual mechanical seals and the 300 series features stainless steel fasteners.

Motors for the 2ED series are fully submerged in high grade turbine oil for lubrication and efficient heat transfer. All single phase models include a capacitor start for maximum starting torque. Three phase models are designed for continuous operation so the pump can operate without damage when fully submerged. Upper and lower ball bearings are of heavy duty construction and an O-ring assures positive sealing against contaminants or oil leakage. An epoxy seal on the motor end provides a secondary moisture barrier in case of outer jacket damage and to prevent oil wicking.

Power cables for this series are oil and water resistant.  Cables for this series are the standard length of 20 feet while also having optional lengths available.

Goulds 2ED Series Effluent Pump

Goulds 2ED Series Effluent Pump

Model Comparison Chart

Model Discharge HP Voltage Phase GPM Max. Head
2ED52B0EA 2″ NPT 1/3 115 1 70 29′
2ED52B0FA 2″ NPT 1/3 115 1 70 29′
2ED52B1EA 2″ NPT 1/3 230 1 70 29′
2ED52B1FA 2″ NPT 1/3 230 1 70 29′
2ED52B8EA 2″ NPT 1/3 208 1 70 29′
2ED52B8FA 2″ NPT 1/3 208 1 70 29′
2ED51C0HA 2″ NPT 1/2 115 1 60 61′
2ED51C0DA 2″ NPT 1/2 115 1 80 46′
2ED51C1DA 2″ NPT 1/2 230 1 80 46′
2ED51C1HA 2″ NPT 1/2 230 1 60 61′
2ED51C8DA 2″ NPT 1/2 208 1 80 46′
2ED51C8HA 2″ NPT 1/2 208 1 60 61′
2ED51C3DA 2″ NPT 1/2 230 3 80 46′
2ED51C4DA 2″ NPT 1/2 460 3 80 46′
2ED51C4HA 2″ NPT 1/2 460 3 60 61′
2ED51C3HA 2″ NPT 1/2 230 3 60 61′
2ED51C2DA 2″ NPT 1/2 200 3 80 46′
2ED51C2HA 2″ NPT 1/2 200 3 60 61′
2ED51D4CA 2″ NPT 3/4 460 3 94 66′
2ED51D1CA 2″ NPT 3/4 230 1 94 66′
2ED51D3CA 2″ NPT 3/4 230 3 94 66′
2ED51D8CA 2″ NPT 3/4 208 1 94 66′
2ED51D2CA 2″ NPT 3/4 200 3 94 66′
2ED51E4BA 2″ NPT 1 460 3 105 78′
2ED51E1BA 2″ NPT 1 230 1 105 78′
2ED51E3BA 2″ NPT 1 230 3 105 78′
2ED51E8BA 2″ NPT 1 208 1 105 78′
2ED51E2BA 2″ NPT 1 200 3 105 78′
2ED51F8GA 2″ NPT 1-1/2 208 1 95 128′
2ED51F3GA 2″ NPT 1-1/2 230 3 95 128′
2ED51F4AA 2″ NPT 1-1/2 460 3 131 89′
2ED51F1AA 2″ NPT 1-1/2 230 1 131 89′
2ED51F4GA 2″ NPT 1-1/2 460 3 95 128′
2ED51F3AA 2″ NPT 1-1/2 230 3 131 89′
2ED51F1GA 2″ NPT 1-1/2 230 1 95 128′
2ED51F8AA 2″ NPT 1-1/2 208 1 131 89′
2ED51F2AA 2″ NPT 1-1/2 200 3 131 89′
2ED51F2GA 2″ NPT 1-1/2 200 3 95 128′
PUMP CURVES

APPLICATION DATA

CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

DIMENSIONS

MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION

STANDARD PARTS

TECHNICAL BROCHURE
Goulds 2ED Series Effluent Pump Brochure
INSTALLATION MANUAL
Goulds 2ED Series Effluent Pump Installation Manual
REPAIR PARTS
Goulds 2ED Series Effluent Pump Repair Parts
PERFORMANCE CURVES
Goulds 2ED Series Effluent Pump Performance Curves

Pump Products application engineers are standing by to help you find the right pump, as well as to provide price quotes, stocking availability and shipping information. Call our toll free number 1-800-429-0800 to speak to an expert today.