Proactive Poseidon 12 Volt Remediation Pumps

The Proactive Poseidon 12 volt submersible pumps are engineered for pump tests and groundwater remediation.

Features

  • Fits into Schedule 40 or 80 2" diameter wells
  • Easy to install and operate by connecting to 12V battery
  • 400 hour motor life with user-replaceable module
List Price $310.00
Your Price $279.00
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Proactive Poseidon 12 Volt Remediation PumpsPPOS-6000 12V Poseidon 60 remediation pump with 90' wire lead & (1) motor module
$279.00
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Proactive Poseidon 12 Volt Remediation Pumps PPOS-8000 12V Poseidon 80 remediation pump with 90' wire lead & (1) motor module
$289.00
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Proactive Poseidon 12 Volt Remediation Pumps PPOS-1000 12V Poseidon 100 remediation pump with 110' wire lead & (1) motor module (requires Pro Booster #1)
$309.00
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Proactive Pro Booster #1 TR-14000 Pro Booster #1, for use with Poseidon 100 & SS Mini-Monsoon XL100 pumps
$389.00
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Proactive Poseidon Pump Motor Modules PAPOS-14070 Replaceable motor module for Poseidon 60 pump
$159.00
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Proactive Poseidon Pump Motor Modules PAPOS-14060 Replaceable motor module for Poseidon 80 pump
$161.00
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Proactive Poseidon Pump Motor Modules PAPOS-14010 Replaceable motor module for Poseidon 100 pump
$169.00
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3/8" ID x 1/2" OD Polyethylene Tubing 87050503 LDPE tubing, 0.375" ID x 0.50" OD, priced per ft.
$0.55
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3/8" ID x 1/2" OD Polyethylene Tubing 77050503 LDPE tubing, 0.375" ID x 0.50" OD, 500 ft. roll
$130.00
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The Proactive Poseidon 12 volt submersible pumps are engineered for the pump tests and groundwater remediation. The Poseidon series pump line will fit into Schedule 40 or 80 2" diameter wells. There are three models available: Poseidon 60 (pumps 60 feet depth to water); Poseidon 80 (pumps 80 feet depth to water); Poseidon 100 (pumps 100 feet depth to water).

The Poseidon pumps are easy to install and operate. Simply attach 3/8" ID polyethylene tubing to the barb tip using a hose clamp and attach suspension rope to the eye hook provided on top of the pump. Then, lower the pump to the desired water depth and energize the pump with a deep cycle marine battery and/or a small solar system.

The approximate life expectancy of the Poseidon motor module is 400 hours depending on how often it is used. The patented replaceable motor module can be changed out within 60 seconds, which means no down time or expensive service calls. Just twist in the new motor module and start pumping again. Once the new motor module is installed, the pump is essentially new and will have a life span identical to a new pump. The Poseidon pump ships to with one motor module installed on the pump. Additional motor modules can be purchased as needed.

  • Power Consumption: 150 Watts (max)
  • Volt Recommendation: 12-15V at source
  • Maximum Amp Output: 10 Amps
  • Measurements: 7.5" length x 1.82" diameter
  • Required Tubing: 3/8" ID tubing
  • (1) 12V Poseidon pump
  • (1) Motor module
  • (1) Set of 12V battery clamps
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