Sealey WPC100A

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    Sealey WPC100A

    Sealey WPC150A - 167L/min Automatic Submersible Clean Water Pump

    SKU: PU-01-002-0004
    • Output: 167L/min
    • Min. Water Depth: 5mm
    • Designed for Clean Water 
    • Automatic Cut Out
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    £85.00

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    Sealey WPC100A Sealey WPC150A - 167L/min Automatic Submersible Clean Water Pump £85.00

    Detailed Description

    Sealey WPC150A - 167L/min Automatic Submersible Clean Water Pump

    The Sealey WPC150A is manufactured from corrosion resistant materials with a stainless steel motor case and Noryl® base cover. This submersible pump is built to last.

    It has a maximum output of 167L(36gal)/min, meaning this is a multi-purpose pump suitable for the effective drainage of cellars, sinks, cisterns, baths and the general transfer of water.

    Multi-Purpose Pump | Clean Water Compatible | Tough & Robust | Portable Design

    The Sealey WPC150A can work in a minimum water depth of just 20mm and has a maximum pump head of 8m. It's designed for clean water although this pump will accept small particles up to 5mm. 

    All Sealey pumps are covered with a 1 year warranty

    If you need assistance, please contact our team on 0330 175 9558 or email orders@sunbeltsales.co.uk. Alternatively, you can use our live chat option.

    Features & Benefits

    • Automatic cut out
    • Maximum head of 8m
    • Maximum particle size of 5mm
    • 7m maximum water depth
    • 20mm minimum water depth
    • 500w Motor Power
    • 4.43kg Nett Weight
    • 32mm outlet
    • 230v supply

     

    Technical Specification

    Operating Speed
    167L/min
    Weight (kg)
    4.43
    Supply Voltage
    230V
    Motor
    500W

    Document Download

    Documentation File Format Size

    Sealey WPC150A - Manual PDF 0.3 MB
    Sealey WPC150A - Declaration of Conformity PDF 0.2 MB

    What's In The Box

    • 1 x Sealey WPC150A pump

     

     

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