PSN-10000

Proactive Supernova 70 Engineered Plastic Pump

Proactive Supernova 70 Engineered Plastic Pump

Description

The Supernova 70 pump is capable of pumping up to 70 feet from ground level in wells of 1.5" ID (not to be used in larger wells) by simply connecting it to a 12V battery.

Features

  • Small 1.44" diameter is perfect for bent or cracked wells that a 2" pump can't access
  • Sleek outside design minimizes well hang-ups
  • 400 hour motor life provides a very economical sampling and purging solution
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$389.00
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The Engineered Plastic Supernova 70 pump is capable of pumping up to 70 feet from ground level in wells of 1.5" ID (not to be used in larger wells) by simply connecting it to a 12V battery. Its reliable design is suitable for continuous sampling and purging of groundwater wells.
Notable Specifications:
  • Volt Recommendation: 12-15V at source
  • Measurements: 16" length x 1.44" diameter
  • Use With: Optional Low Flow Sampling Controller
  • Required Tubing: 3/8" or 1/2" ID tubing
What's Included:
  • (1) 12V Engineered Plastic Supernova 70 pump with 80' wire lead
  • (1) Cigarette plug
  • (1) Set of 12V battery clamps
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Proactive Supernova 70 Engineered Plastic Pump PSN-10000 12V Engineered Plastic Supernova 70 pump with 80' wire lead, cigarette plug & battery clamps
$299.00
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Proactive Low Flow Sampling Controller PA-10800 Low Flow Sampling Controller
$375.00
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Proactive Non-Return Check Valve PA-15020 Non-return (non-vented) check valve
$7.50
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Geotech LDPE Tubing Spools 77050503 LDPE tubing, 0.375" ID x 0.50" OD, 500 ft. roll
$130.00
Drop ships from manufacturer
Geotech LDPE Tubing Spools 77050504 LDPE tubing, 0.50" ID x 0.625" OD, 500 ft. roll
$200.00
Drop ships from manufacturer
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What is the current draw of this pump?
The maximum current draw on the Proactive Supernova 70 is 12 amps. This pump is designed for periodic and short-term sampling, not continuous use.

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