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CountyLine Convertible Jet/Tank System with 7-Gallon Pre-Charged Pressure Tank, 1/2 HP

SKU: 102768999
CountyLine Convertible Jet/Tank System with 7-Gallon Pre-Charged Pressure Tank, 1/2 HP
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CountyLine Convertible Jet/Tank System with 7-Gallon Pre-Charged Pressure Tank delivers water from 70 ft. or less. Compact and complete jet/tank system includes a pressure gauge, pressure switch, pressure regulator, jet kit and all necessary connectors from pump to tank. Heavy-duty dual voltage motor, preset at 115V. Pre-charged pressure tank with 15-gallon equivalent capacity is corrosion-resistant with backed-on appliance like finish.

  • 1/2 HP
  • Maximum Depth to Water: 70 ft.
  • Maximum GPM: 10 GPM
  • Suction Port Size: 1-1/4 in. NPT
  • Outlet Port Size: 1 in. NPT
  • 23-1/4 in. x 14 in. x 26-7/8 in.
  • 56 lb.
  • Cast Iron Jet Pump and Steel tank
  • CSA Approved
  • 1 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
GPH @ 50 ft. of Head: 3 GPM
Horsepower: 1/2 HP
Outlet Port Size: 1 in. NPT
GPH @ 60 ft. of Head: 2.5 GPM
GPH @ 20 ft. of Head: 6.5 GPM
GPH @ 0 ft.: 10 GPM
Dual Voltage Motor: Yes
GPH @ 40 ft. of Head: 4 GPM
Body Material: Cast Iron/Steel
Replicable Pressure Switch 30/50: Yes
Maximum Pressure Shutoff: 70 PSI up to 20 ft., 65 PSI from 30 ft. to 70 ft.
GPH @ 10 ft. of Head: 9 GPM
GPH @ 30 ft. of Head: 5 GPM
Product Length: 14 in.
Suction Port Size: 1-1/4 in.
Maximum GPM: 10 GPM
GPH @ 15 ft. of Head: 8 GPM
Warranty: 1-Year Limited
Agency Approvals: CSA
Product Width: 23-1/4 in.
Self-Priming After Pump Housing Is Filled: Yes
GPH @ 5 ft. of Head: 9.5 GPM
Product Weight: 56 lb.
GPH @ 70 ft. of Head: 2 GPM
Maximum Depth To Water: 70 ft.
Brand: CountyLine
Product Height: 27 in.
Manufacturer Part Number CL520CT7
CountyLine Convertible Jet/Tank System with 7-Gallon Pre-Charged Pressure Tank, 1/2 HP is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 69.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works good It works well. Onlynissue is the line from the tamk to the pump rusts but that more a well problem then anything. Ive had other brands do the same
Date published: 2019-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lawn was brown now a beautiful green Useing this pump for watering my lawn by pumping out of a lake. It is doing a good job .
Date published: 2019-08-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Like the compactness We bought this and can not get it to take. We installed a brand new point 12 ft. down with all new plumbing and it won't prime.
Date published: 2019-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Recommend highly This pump is working great so far. It was easy to install.
Date published: 2019-08-10
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Using as booster pump b/c low city pressure. Set to kick on @44psi (air tank @42psi). Set to kick off @68psi. When pump hits 68psi, pump stops. Then pressure rapidly drops to 44psi... pump kicking on/off several times a minute. What's wrong?

Asked by: BWolf
You need a check valve on the suction line from the water source (City Line). You must have a 1-1/4” pipe on the nose of the pump, that would be at least 10” to 12” from the pump to the check valve. The check valve is a one way valve to allow the water to come to the pump, but not go back to the city water line.
Answered by: jessicasm
Date published: 2019-09-17

how much air pressure should be in the precharged tank

Asked by: JohnHDan49
Please release the air to 2 pounds less than the Start Pressure of the Pump, Pressure Switch.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2019-03-20

How do I pull the impeller off to clean the silt that made it through our footvalve and screen?

Asked by: notacad
You will have to take the back of the motor (canopy), off so you can see the center of the motor. There is going to be two springs. Take a 7/16” open wrench and go from 7 O’clock and go up in front of the springs, turn the impeller till it will not turn anymore. Then turn the Impeller counter clock wise (just like a nut on a bolt), to get I off the motor shaft.
Answered by: jessicasm
Date published: 2019-07-17

Hooked the pump up primed it plugged it in no water pumping

Asked by: Raymond1
Please contact the manufacture for technical service at 1-800-365-6832 and speak to one of the technicians.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2019-02-24

Hi, The pump is primed, hooked up to plenty of water, wired 110 (which it's set at) and it will not turn off. It gets around 40 psi and stays there...running the whole time. It moves enough water we can use it, but have to turn it off at breaker.

Asked by: AlanD
Please contact customer services at 800-535-4950 to speak with one of our techs.
Answered by: Tbeacher
Date published: 2019-01-12

can the tank be mounted vertically?

Asked by: charlie323
The tank can not be mounted vertically.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2018-10-09

All reports on drawdown versus pump output say you need drawdown gallons to equal GPM of pump, how come this setup does not meet this standard?

Asked by: djorda
It depends on how many gallons of water is coming in to your water source. If you are using this unit as deep well and your water is coming from a well, the well is 100 Deep, but the Surface of the water is at 30’ form the top of the ground, your ejector at the bottom of the two pipes are at 80’, this unit will give you 3.5gpm. If the well has 12gpm, the water Level will not be drawn down, it will stay at 30’. Now if you are using this Unit as a Shallow Well (25’ or Less to the surface of the water in the well), this unit will give you 9.5gpm at 5’, 9gpm at 10’, 8gpm at 15’ and 6.5gpm at 20’, so if the water coming in from underground is 12gpm, the water will not go down.
Answered by: jessicasm
Date published: 2019-10-22

We set pump to kick on at 44psi (air tank at 42psi). High pressure cuts off at 68 psi. As soon as pump hits 68psi, the pump stops but then the pressure rapidly drops back to 44psi... so pump is kickin on/off several times a minute. What's wrong?

Asked by: BWolf
You have water going somewhere. 1. If you are using this unit as a shallow well application (you have to be 25’ or less from the water surface, to the pump)On Page #5, You have to have the ejector on the pump and then have the check valve, 10” to 12” from the ejector. 2. If you are using the unit as a deep well application (your water is further than 25’ from the pump)On Page #6, you see in Figure #6 is for the 4” or larger well casing. Figure #7 is a 2” well casing, which needs a different ejector. With the deep well application, you need a foot valve on the end of the ejector. If you do not have the check valve or foot valve, the pump is running, putting water into the tank. The tank tells the pressure switch to turn off the unit, because the valve is not in place, the water goes from the tank back through the pump and into the water source.
Answered by: jessicasm
Date published: 2019-09-13
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