Flotec 1/2HP Motor Sewage Ejector Pump (FPSE9000)
- Sub Brand: Water Cannon Series
- Housing Material: Stainless Steel
- Product Type: Sewage Ejector Pump
- Horsepower: 1/2 hp
- Maximum Discharge Flow: 9000 gph
- Voltage: 115 volts
- Submersible: Yes
- Corrosion Resistant: No
- UL Listed: No
- Pump Switch Type: Tethered
- Cord Length: 10 ft.
- Hardware Included: No
- Amperage: 10 amps
- Maximum Pumping Height: 17-5/16 ft.
- SSPMA Certified: No
- Switch On Level: 14"
- Switch Off Level: 5-1/2"
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Comments about PENTAIR WATER- FAIRBANKS Flotec 1/2HP Motor Sewage Ejector Pump (FPSE9000):
This pump lasted around 5 months for residential home use. Luckily my local Ace is great and the 5 year warranty allowed an exchange. I fear I will be back in the same situation a few months from now. It is possible I had a fluke. The pump would run but not start up, hand spinning the impeller allowed it to run. Likely the capacitor died or shorted. I'm not too keen on digging this pump out of a sewage lift tank twice a year to exchange it. Hopefully the next one works for a few years.
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