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Customer Reviews for "IPT Centrifugal Submersible Shredder Sewage Water Pump - 7200 GPH, 1 HP, 2in. Ports, Model# 5760-IPT-95"

"IPT Centrifugal Submersible Shredder Sewage Water Pump - 7200 GPH, 1 HP, 2in. Ports, Model# 5760-IPT-95"

Item# 105760
"IPT Centrifugal Submersible Shredder Sewage Water Pump features an enhanced spiral shredder mechanism plate and carbide tipped impeller to prevent clogging and reduce maintenance when cutting through sludge type waste. Applications include sewage pumping stations, septic tanks, dirty water drainage, flood and emergency. Flow GPH 7,200, Seals Double mechanical, carbide, Power Cord ft. 18, Application Shredder pump, HP 1, Discharge Port in. 2, Pump Housing Stainless steel, Dimensions L x W x H in. 11 1/2 x 9 x 18 1/2, Volts 115, Max. Total Head ft. 32, Thermal Overload Protection Yes. Motor is rated continuous duty Cast-iron construction Includes double mechanical seal with carbide lower seal Carry handle Suction screen"
Average Customer Rating:
5 out of 5
5
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5
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Rating Summary (2 reviews)
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2 of 2(100%)would recommend this product to a friend.
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Customer Reviews for "IPT Centrifugal Submersible Shredder Sewage Water Pump - 7200 GPH, 1 HP, 2in. Ports, Model# 5760-IPT-95"
Review 1 for "IPT Centrifugal Submersible Shredder Sewage Water Pump - 7200 GPH, 1 HP, 2in. Ports, Model# 5760-IPT-95"
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

great pump

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October 18, 2012
By
from Illinois
this is a great pump works great use it to pump a pond down wish it was a little lighter but it works
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Review 2 for "IPT Centrifugal Submersible Shredder Sewage Water Pump - 7200 GPH, 1 HP, 2in. Ports, Model# 5760-IPT-95"
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

TwoRiversCoop

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January 12, 2012
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from Marland, OK
This product works great in the pits in our elevator because it will take in the grain along with the water(as long as it is not too thick), grind it up and spit it right on out instead of having to try to separate the grain first. The best thing is to use a garden hose to flush the grain with, giving it plenty of water.
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