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CountyLine 2-Wire, 1/2 HP, 10 GPM Series 4 in. Submersible Pump, 230V

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CountyLine 2-Wire, 1/2 HP, 10 GPM Series 4 in. Submersible Pump is ideal for residential water systems and agricultural applications to 150 ft. depth to water or less. Proven floating stack impeller design for sand resistance and reduced sand locking. Heavy-duty stainless steel construction.

  • 1/2 HP
  • Maximum Depth to Water: 150 ft.
  • 230V
  • 4-3/4 in. x 4-3/4 in. x 34 in.
  • 29 lb.
  • Stainless Steel
  • CSA Approved
  • 3-Year Limited Warranty

Tractor Supply is proud to introduce CountyLine, our brand of high quality, competitively priced agricultural products. With a full line of 3-point equipment for your tractor, as well an assortment of sub-compact pieces, our goal is to provide you with the implements you need to get the job done. Designed for durability and superior performance, all CountyLine products come with satisfaction guaranteed.

Specification Description
Agency Approvals: CSA
GPH @ 40 ft.: 12.2
GPH @ 60 ft.: 10.9
Maximum GPM: 13.2 GPM
Product Length: 4-3/4 in.
Brand: CountyLine
Body Material: Stainless Steel
Product Height: 34 in.
GPH @ 100 ft.: 8.1
Horsepower: 1/2 HP
GPH @ 20 ft.: 13.2
Product Width: 4-3/4 in.
Product Type: Well Pumps
GPH @ 80 ft.: 9.6
Product Weight: 29 lb.
Volts: 230 V
GPH @ 150 ft.: 2
Maximum Depth To Water: 150 ft.
Manufacturer Part Number CLA201
CountyLine 2-Wire, 1/2 HP, 10 GPM Series 4 in. Submersible Pump, 230V is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy installation Well pump went out, had to replace. Easy to install after pulling 100' of pipe first.
Date published: 2018-08-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad not worth time or money I bought my first one of these pumps about a year ago got it hooked up and it didnt work. I took it back to the store exchanged it for another one it worked for about 2 to 3 months and started loosing pressure and continuing to run when you had run water a while. Now you can take a bath wash a load of clothes and it keeps running but just barely pumping very little pressure till you flip the breaker off for a while then it runs fine a bit. You would be better off with a hand pump or anything else!
Date published: 2017-09-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Garbage I cant say much good about the county line pumps as I have had nothing but trouble out of them as I have had them. I started off replacing my well pump 5 years after moving in to my house and never had an issue with the one in it that whole time. After replacing that pump I have replaced it at least 5 times within the last year and a half. So I cant give a good review to it at all.
Date published: 2015-02-18
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what is the difference in a 1/2 h/p 2 wire 115v pump and a 2 wire 1/2 h/p 230v pump? also with a control box and without. are there any safe guards against the well going dry and the pump burning up ?

Asked by: El gallo charro
The 115 v pump will require 2 times the amperage to operate. Also, the gauge of wire needed for operation varies. The 230 v unit can use a smaller gauge wire (14 gauge runs 400 feet). The 115 v pump can only run 104 feet on 14 gauge wire. If you go to 12 gauge, the 115 v pump can run 165 feet and with 8 gauge it can run 416 feet. If you go to a three-wire pump with a control box, troubleshooting and maintenance can be performed in most instances without removing the pump from it's position. These pumps do not have any built-in safe guards to save the motor from burning up if the water source runs dry but a low pressure cut off switch can be added to prevent this from happening.
Answered by: Astroer
Date published: 2016-08-22
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