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The 40TPS compact submersible trash pump is a light weight, efficient way to move large volumes of liquids that can contain sand, dirt and gravel very quickly.
This submersible centrifugal design requires no priming and can run dry all day without damage. Great for dredge operations. Direct drive requires no maintenance as all moving parts are self lubricated with passing. The 40TPS has a 316 Stainless Steel Volute and Impeller as well as an anodized Motor Mount and Wear Plate. It is a compact submersible trash pump and is a light weight, efficient way to move large volumes of liquids that can contain sand, dirt and gravel very quickly. Pump can handle the removal of water containing solids up to 30%. It is perfect in the pumping sites of water, sand slurries, gravel and sludge on job sites.
WARRANTY - Submersible Pumps and their associated parts are warranted against defects in material and workmanship for a period of twelve months from the date of purchase. Repair or replacement of defective parts will be approved by manufacturer. This warranty becomes void if maximum pressures or flows are exceeded. Back pressure should be measured at the tool before being used. Excessive back pressure will damage shaft seal.
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SKU 141431 Weight 59 Country of Manufacture Mfr. Model Number 40TPS Link to User Manual No Link to Schematics No Link To Catalog No Technical Specifications PUMPING CAPACITY 875 gpm (3312 lpm) MAX GPH 52500 Max TDH 45 Ft PUMP TYPE Trash-Sludge-Slurry-Water CONSTRUCTION Steel Fabrication/Steel Impeller DISCHARGE 4” Cam Loc - 3” NPT Male WEIGHT 59 lbs. (26.8 kg) LENGTH 19 inches (482 mm) WIDTH 15 inches (381 mm) HEIGHT 19 inches (482 mm) HYDRAULIC FLOW RANGE 7-11 gpm (26-41 lpm) MAXIMUM PRESSURE 2000 psi (138 bar) MAXIMUM BACK PRESSURE 250 psi (17 bar) Free Shipping Yes