Automatic Laundry Tub Pump at Menards®

Automatic Laundry Tub Pump

Model Number: 300514W  | Menards® SKU: 6911867

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Automatic Laundry Tub Pump

Model Number: 300514W  |  Menards® SKU: 6911867

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The BUR-CAM 300514W 1/3 HP automatic laundry tub pump is designed for a permanent installation to handle normal waste water from domestic washing machines, bar sinks, and all waste water not containing solids.

  • Automatic switch starts motor when water enters in the pump body
  • Fits under wet bars, kitchenettes, vanities, and utility sinks.
  • 1/3 HP 115V 60Hz motor with thermal and overload protection

Brand Name: Bur-Cam

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Pump Type: Utility Flow Rate: 1400 @ 2', 1200 @ 4', 1020 @ 6', 800 @ 8', 500 @ 10' gallon per hour
Pump Horsepower: 1/3 HP conventional millimetre of water Voltage Rating: 115 volt
Amperage: 4 ampere Discharge Size: 1.5 inch
Base Material: metal Motor Cover Material: metal
Power Cord Length: 8 foot Includes: Discharge Valve, Check Valve, Union
Listing Agency Standards: cCSAus-listed Warranty: 2 year
Switch Type: diaphragm Body Material: Thermoplastic
Voltage: 115V  

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Estimated arrival date 03/04/2016

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