7 Best 1 Hp Sump Pump

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Top 7 1 Hp Sump Pump

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WAYNE CDU1000 1 HP ( Vertical Float Switch - 58321-WYN2)
Product Highlights:
  • assembled in the us with foreign and domestic parts
  • submersible cast iron and stainless steel sump pump with vertical float switch. csa agency approved
  • fully submersible,8 ft water resisitant power cord provides easy access to nearby gfci protected outlet
2
WAYNE CDU980E 34 HP ( Integrated Vertical Float Switch)
Product Highlights:
  • assembled in the us with foreign and domestic parts
  • top suction pump design minimizes air locks and clogging from debris in bottom of sump pit.assembled in us, with foreign and domestic components
  • stainless steel motor housing and rugged, cast iron pump base
3
Superior Pump 91570 12 ( Pump With 10-Foot Cord)
Product Highlights:
  • 1/2 hp utility pump moves up to 3,300 gallons per hour; pump will lift water up to 25' of vertical height
  • tough thermoplastic construction; 10' cord length
  • 1-1/2 inch npt discharge for high capacity pumping; includes 3/4 inch garden hose adapter; amps:4.9
4
DEKO Sump Pump 1HP ( Drain W/Float Switch And Long 16ft Cable)
Product Highlights:
  • powerful sump pump:750 watt, 1 hp motor. max lift: 16 feet; 3302 gallon per hour rating tackles any draining job at a fraction of the time. this pump easily passes solids up to 1" in diameter. great for flooded area, swimming pools, cellars or garden pond
  • multi outlet size:compatible with 1-1/4" and 1-1/2" hoses. three fittings with different diameters for outflow(1",1.25",1.5" ) to choose from according to the flow rate.
  • auto float switch:start/stop automatically. when water level is below 4.7 inch, it will automatically disconnect the power; when water level rises above 4.7 inch, the pump will start again. cut off immediately when pump fails to pump water to prevent the coil from getting burned.
5
1 HP Sump Pumps ( Water Pump For Pool Draining)
Product Highlights:
  • 1.0hp & 3566gph (gallons per hour) pumping capacity quickly moves water away from locations, powerful and more time and energy will be saved. comes with three different outlet size as the two fitting have three different diameters for outflow(1 ,1.25, 1.5) to choose from according to the flow rate.
  • thermoplastic body protect the metal parts from corrosion; thermal overload protection make sure the pump operates within spec for longer durability; oil free motor(no need to maintain).
  • have higher base plate assures the prevention of debris collection in the sump pit. able to pump clean or dirty water, garden hose attachment allows for immediate use. outlet can be adapted for larger hoses.
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WAYNE CDU790 13 HP ( Integrated Vertical Float Switch)
Product Highlights:
  • assembled in the us with foreign and domestic parts.
  • cast iron pump housing for durability
  • mechanical float switch provides reliable operation and allows installation in sump basins 11" in diameter or larger
7
Homdox 15 HP Stainless ( 15ft Cable And Float Switch (1.5HP))
Product Highlights:
  • stainless motor body:stainless steel motor is not easy to rust and thereby extends product life.also,the stainless body is easy to clean and wipe.
  • higher base plate:the higher base plate assures the prevention of debris collection in the sump pit.able to pump clean or dirty water, garden hose attachment allows for immediate use. outlet can be adapted for larger hoses
  • automatic float switch:the pump with a float switch allows for multiple applications as a standard submersible or automatic operation.when the water level rises above 11 inch,the pump will start working automatically under the control of float switch.when the water level is under 11 inch,you should hold up the float for pumping water.notice:once the pump can not pump any water,you should put down the float switch or cut off the power immediately.if not, that will lead to the coil burned.

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