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Grundfos Redi-Flo2 Electric Submersible Pump

Grundfos Redi-Flo2 Electric Submersible Pump

Description

The Redi-Flo2 electrical submersible pump provides smooth, uninterrupted water flow to depths of 280 feet.

Features

  • Ideal for both high flow rates needed for purging and low flow rates for sampling
  • 1.8" diameter allows for easy access into 2" wells
  • Made from chemically inert materials for maximum sample integrity and easy decontamination
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The Redi-Flo2 electrical submersible pump provides smooth, uninterrupted water flow to depths of 280'. A unique design and superior materials allow for easy operation, decontamination, and maintenance as well as disassembly and re-assembly. Additionally, the Redi-Flo2 is made from chemically inert materials for maximum sample integrity and easy decontamination. A 1.8" pump diameter allows for easy access into 2" wells.

Used for groundwater sampling or aquifer tests, the Redi-Flo2 provides high flow rates for purging and low flow rates for sampling when used with the Redi-Flo VFD (Variable Frequency Drive). With a simple push of a button, the VFD controls flow rates from 9 gal/min to as little as 100mL/min. Control valves are eliminated by using this portable VFD.
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