Proactive Stainless Steel Mini-Monsoon XL Pump

The Proactive 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 $1,363.13
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Overview
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.

Maintenance
The main wear-out parts, the motor and seal, 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 be installed within 60 seconds by a simple quarter-turn twist. Once installed, the pump is essentially new and will have a life span identical to that of 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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