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Superior Pump 1/2 HP Submersible Thermoplastic Utility Pump

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The Superior Pump 1/2 HP Submersible Thermoplastic Utility Pump offers exceptional power in a durable frame. Able to pump 55 gallons a minute up to 25 feet of vertical height, this Fully Submersible pump works great in many applications. Designed to drain standing water from any environment, the 91570 is ideal for flooded basements, farm use, draining standing water from swimming pools, fountains, flooded basements, typical residential or commercial water transfer applications, and will pump down to a 1/2-inch depth. The 91570 features a continuous-duty, split capacitor motor for optimal performance. Thermally protected, the high-efficiency 4.9-amp 1/2 horsepower motor delivers the power necessary for any tough job. Durable thermoplastic construction ensures this submersible pump can be used time and again without corroding. Water intakes on the side and bottom of the pump allow for continuous pumping with clog-resistant suction. The pump features a 10-foot replaceable waterproof power cord and is equipped with a large 1-1/2-inch male iron pipe discharge thread for high capacity pumping. A 3/4-inch garden hose adapter is also included. UL/CUL listed and CSA certified and backed by a three-year limited warranty. An optional float switch (sold separately) can be added to allow this model to be used as a sump pump.

  • 1-1/2 in. NPT Discharge
  • Stainless steel impeller
  • 3/4 in. garden hose adapter included
  • Can be used as a sump pump by adding a float switch
  • 10 ft. power cord
  • 1/2 HP 120 V AC (4.9 amps)
  • Built in thermal overload protection for safety
  • Permanent split capacitor continuous duty motor
  • Pump discharge flow at 0 ft. = 3300 gph
  • Pump discharge flow at 10 ft. = 2520 gph
  • Pump discharge flow at 15 ft. = 2040 gph

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Specification Description
Agency Approvals: UL & CSA
Power Type: Electric
GPH @ 30 ft. of Head: 960 GPH
Horsepower: 1/2 HP
Solids Handling: 3/8 in.
Drawdown: 1/2 in.
GPH @ 15 ft. of Head: 2,520 GPH
Thermal Overload Protection: Yes
Brand: Superior Pump
Warranty: 3-Year Limited
Outlet Port Size: 1-1/2 in. FNPT
Product Length: 9 in.
GPH @ 10 ft. of Head: 2,880 GPH
Product Weight: 7.8 lb.
Product Height: 11 in.
Body Material: Thermoplastic
Volts: 120 V
Maximum Suction Lift: 25 ft.
Product Width: 6-1/4 in.
Product Type: Utility Pumps
GPH @ 25 ft. Head: 1,500 GPH
GPH @ 20 ft. of Head: 2,040 GPH
Power Cord Length: 10 ft.
GPH @ 0 ft. head: 3,300 GPH
Oil Filled Motor: Yes
Manufacturer Part Number 91570
Superior Pump 1/2 HP Submersible Thermoplastic Utility Pump is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Pump Highly Recommended and always helpful and have the product you need all the time
Date published: 2017-02-10
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Details section say 3 yr warranty and Spec sheet says 1 yr warranty - which is it?  Also, I see it has a garden hose attachment. What are the head lift specs with a garden hose?

Asked by: Bear Mtn
The 91570 at 10' height through a standard garden hose (3/4") would give you around 20-24 gallons per minute. Like pumping out a pool. The higher or longer the hose, the lower the Gallons per minute it will pump out. The warranty is 3 years.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-04-05

Can this pump be used in a dirty water environment such as pumping out a pond?

Asked by: peter piper
Yes, you have to be careful not to suck up any objects however. You will want to put some sort of filter around the pump.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-02-16
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