Proactive Abyss 300 Plastic Pump

The Engineered Plastic Abyss 300 pump is capable of pumping up to 300 feet depth to water (DTW) by simply connecting it to a 12V battery using the Low Flow with Power Booster 4 Controller.


  • Sample down to 40mL per minute with controller
  • Pump can run continuously in water without the need for a cool down
  • 3000 hour motor life provides a very economical sampling solution
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The Engineered Plastic Abyss 300 pump is capable of pumping up to 300 feet depth to water (DTW) by simply connecting it to a 12V battery using the Low Flow with Power Booster 4 Controller. Its reliable design and low amp consumption makes it the ideal pump for groundwater sampling and remediation pump and treat system. The Abyss 300 pump can run continuous, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for remote situations when the pump needs to run when no technician is present. The Engineered Plastic Abyss 300 can even be used for low flow sampling (Fractional Flow).

  • Power Consumption: 75 Watts (max)
  • Volt Recommendation: 12-15V at source
  • Maximum Amp Output: 5 Amps
  • Measurements: 12" length x 3.83" diameter
  • Use With: Low Flow with Power Booster 4 Controller
  • Required Tubing: 3/8" or 1/2" ID tubing
  • Supplied With: 310 Feet of Heavy Duty 12 Gauge Wire & Red Connector
  • Seal and Valve Construction: Viton
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