Proactive Stainless Steel Mini-Monsoon XL Pump

The SS Mini-Monsoon XL pump with PVC motor lead is capable of pumping up to 100 feet from ground level.

Features

  • Reliable design is suitable for continuous sampling or purging of groundwater wells
  • Long lasting, high performance pump motor lasts over 400 hours under normal working conditions
  • Bottom debris filter screen allows operation under harsh conditions with higher turbidity
List Price $1,285.00
Your Price $985.00
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Proactive Stainless Steel Mini-Monsoon XL PumpPS-10403 12V Stainless Steel Mini-Monsoon XL60 pump with 90' PVC wire lead & (1) motor module
$985.00
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Proactive Stainless Steel Mini-Monsoon XL Pump PS-10405 12V Stainless Steel Mini-Monsoon XL80 pump with 90' PVC wire lead & (1) motor module
$995.00
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Proactive Stainless Steel Mini-Monsoon XL Pump PS-10407 12V Stainless Steel Mini-Monsoon XL100 pump with 110' PVC wire lead & (1) motor module (requires Pro Booster #1)
$999.00
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Proactive Stainless Steel Mini-Monsoon XL Pump
PS-10403
12V Stainless Steel Mini-Monsoon XL60 pump with 90' PVC wire lead & (1) motor module
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$985.00
Proactive Stainless Steel Mini-Monsoon XL Pump
PS-10405
12V Stainless Steel Mini-Monsoon XL80 pump with 90' PVC wire lead & (1) motor module
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$995.00
Proactive Stainless Steel Mini-Monsoon XL Pump
PS-10407
12V Stainless Steel Mini-Monsoon XL100 pump with 110' PVC wire lead & (1) motor module (requires Pro Booster #1)
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$999.00
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Proactive Pro Booster #1 TR-14000 Pro Booster #1, for use with Poseidon 100 & SS Mini-Monsoon XL100 pumps
$550.00
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Proactive Mini-Monsoon XL Pump Motor Module PA-14030 Replaceable motor module for Mini-Monsoon XL60 pump
$163.00
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Proactive Mini-Monsoon XL Pump Motor Module PA-14040 Replaceable motor module for Mini-Monsoon XL80 pump
$173.00
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Proactive Mini-Monsoon XL Pump Motor Module PA-14045 Replaceable motor module for Mini-Monsoon XL100 pump
$183.00
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Proactive Black Steel Reel PA-16080 Black steel reel, 12"
$253.00
In Stock
3/8" ID x 1/2" OD Polyethylene Tubing 77050503 LDPE tubing, 0.375" ID x 0.50" OD, 500 ft. roll
$130.00
Drop ships from manufacturer
Pro Booster #1, for use with Poseidon 100 & SS Mini-Monsoon XL100 pumps
In Stock
$550.00
Replaceable motor module for Mini-Monsoon XL60 pump
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$163.00
Proactive Mini-Monsoon XL Pump Motor Module
PA-14040
Replaceable motor module for Mini-Monsoon XL80 pump
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$173.00
Proactive Mini-Monsoon XL Pump Motor Module
PA-14045
Replaceable motor module for Mini-Monsoon XL100 pump
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$183.00
Black steel reel, 12"
In Stock
$253.00
3/8" ID x 1/2" OD Polyethylene Tubing
77050503
LDPE tubing, 0.375" ID x 0.50" OD, 500 ft. roll
Drop ships from manufacturer
$130.00
The Stainless Steel Mini-Monsoon XL pump is capable of pumping up to 100 feet from ground level by simply connecting it to a 12 volt battery.

The main wear-out parts consisting of the motor and seal all have been incorporated in a single replaceable motor module. Should the existing replaceable motor module fail in the field, a new replaceable motor module can quickly be installed within 60 seconds by a simple quarter turn twist! Once installed, your pump is essentially new and will have a life span identical to a new pump.
  • Power Consumption: 240 Watts (max)
  • Volt Recommendation: 12-15V at source
  • Maximum Amp Output: 16 Amps
  • Measurements: 7.5" length x 1.82" diameter
  • Construction: High polish stainless steel
  • Required Tubing: 3/8" ID tubing
  • (1) 12V Stainless Steel Mini-Monsoon XL pump
  • (1) PVC wire lead
  • (1) Motor module
  • (1) Wrench
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