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Submersible Deep Well Pump: 1 1/2 hp Input Horsepower, Stainless Steel, 230V AC, 15 gpm Max Flow Rate, 399 ft Max Head, 15 Stages

Item # 976W664

$1,062.96 Each

Product Specs

Phase: 1
Voltage: 230V AC
Input Horsepower: 1 1⁄2 hp
Maximum Flow Rate: 15 gpm
Maximum Head: 399 ft
Number of Stages: 15
Current: 11.5 A
Pump Height: 4 in
Pump Depth: 34 1⁄8 in
Discharge Head Material: Stainless Steel
Bearing: Peek
Control Box Included: No
Control Box Required: Yes
Diffuser Material: Stainless Steel
Features: Removable Suction Screen; Removable Check Valve System; Maximum Efficiency
For Fluid Type: Water
Hertz: 60 Hz
Impeller Material: Celcon
Intake Screen Material: Stainless Steel
Maximum Discharge Pressure: 60 psi
Maximum Flow Rate @ Various Head: 5 gpm @ 500 ft of Head; 8 gpm @ 450 ft of Head; 9 gpm @ 400 ft of Head; 10 gpm @ 350 ft of Head; 11 gpm @ 300 ft of Head; 12 gpm @ 250 ft of Head; 12 gpm @ 200 ft of Head; 13 gpm @ 175 ft of Head; 14 gpm @ 150 ft of Head; 14 gpm @ 125 ft of Head; 15 gpm @ 100 ft of Head; 15 gpm @ 80 ft of Head; 15 gpm @ 60 ft of Head; 15 gpm @ 40 ft of Head
Maximum Fluid Temperature: 120 ° F
Maximum Head Pressure: 50 psi
Maximum Operating Temperature: 86 ° F
Motor Type: Franklin
Number of Wires: 3
Outlet Gender: Female
Outlet Type: NPT
Power Source: Electric-Powered
Pump Width: 3 3⁄4 in
Resistance Properties: Wear-Resistant; Corrosion-Resistant; Abrasive-Resistant
Shaft Material: 303 Stainless Steel
Submersible: Yes

Compliance and Restrictions

WARNING Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

Country Of Origin

  • Mexico

About Well Pumps & Well Pump Heads

Deliver potable water from wells to residential or farm storage tanks that feed plumbing systems by using well pumps. These submersible pumps sit at depths where water tables are found to draw in water and push it up to supply tanks. Water pressure helps move water into these pumps, making them more energy efficient than jet pumps. They're typically used for residential water supplies and irrigation applications.

Get convenient, surface-level access to motor starting components and a capacitor-driven starter for reliable operation with 3-wire pumps. Their above-ground panel controls the pump motor, so you can service or replace starting components such as capacitors and relays without removing the pump from the well. These pumps typically run more smoothly, generate less heat, and draw less current over time than 2-wire models. They can also be used in water with heavy-scale or abrasives since their motor generates higher starting torque than 2-wire pumps to help loosen mineral deposits from the pump's moving parts.