DuraMAC Pedestal Sump Pumps
A pedestal sump pump is designed to sit above the water line, providing easy access if repairs are needed - saving you time and labor costs. Improve your flood protection with a reliable DuraMAC Pedestal Sump Pump and spend your time on other things besides worrying about flooding.
Submersible Cast Iron Pedestal Sump Pump
Do you need a pedestal style sump pump that will last? Check out this cast iron and stainless steel DuraMAC sump pump. With a rugged cast iron base and stainless steel drive shaft, stainless steel impeller and stainless steel float ball, this unit delivers superior construction quality without sacrificing power. Don't let it's narrow stature deceive you - pumping up to 60 gallons per minute, and able to handle liquids up to 180°F, this sump pump is ready to handle almost all of your pumping needs.
- Cast iron base construction for long-lasting durability
- Fully adjustable automatic switch lets you choose the water level
- Metal switch arm
- 1-1/2" discharge for high capacity pumping
- Non-corrosive stainless steel drive shaft, impeller and float ball
- Can handle liquids up to 180°F
- For use in sump basins 12" diameter or larger
- Can pump up to 60 gallons per minute
- Lifts water up to 25' of vertical height
- 1/2 HP motor, 3.06 amps, 120 volts
- Comes with 10' power cord
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NOTE: The motor of this unit should not be exposed to water. All other components of the pump are submersible.
Cast Iron Pedestal Sump Pump - Model 5050CVPD = $193.01
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "Which is better? A thermoplastic or cast iron sump pump?"
A.There is no right or wrong answer to this question. Both thermoplastic and cast iron pumps are designed to last you a long time and the materials are comparable in function. Cast iron sump pumps are naturally somewhat stronger, which may be important depending on the your specific pump needs and the location of the pump. The 5050CVPD pedestal sump pump featured on this page has a cast iron base, but also uses a non-corrosive stainless steel drive shaft, stainless steel impeller, and stainless steel float ball for even more durability.
Q. How do I know if I need a pedestal sump pump or regular sump pump?
A.Generally, pedestal sump pumps are used in areas where regular sump pumps won't fit or aren't needed. They are narrower and thinner than most standard sump pumps. Pedestal-style pumps also have the motor mounted above the sump, allowing easier access for servicing the pump. However, it is important to note that the motor of your pedestal sump pump should never be submersed. If your sump basin or pit will be entirely under water on a regular basis, a standard style sump pump where the motor is sealed might be more suited to your needs.
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