Earthquake WP4310 - 38 GPM (1") Water Pump

Earthquake WP4310 - 38 GPM (1") Water Pump
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Inlet Size
1"
Style
Dewatering Pumps
GPM
38
Gallons
Engine
Inlet Size
1"
Style
Dewatering
GPM
38 Gallons
Engine
Viper


Product Video Disclaimer: "PED is not responsible for any variances from the product in this video and the item you purchase. Please review all product specs prior to purchase."

Features
Features
  • Powerful 43cc Pump Moves 2300 Gallons Per Hour
  • Ideal for emptying pools, basements, & waterlogged work sites
  • Lightweight And Portable-Weighs Only 14 Pounds
  • Easy to transport-use it at home and at work
  • Silicone Carbide Mechanical Seal
  • Dependable and longer lasting than cheaper units
  • Generous Warranty
  • 1 year for residential use: 90 days for commercial use
Specifications
Engine
Engine Brand
Viper
Starting System
Recoil Start
Engine Cycles
2-Cycle
Low Oil Shutdown
No
Continuous Operation
Yes
CC
43 cc
Fuel Tank Size
0.1 Gallons
Consumer Engine Warranty
1 Year
Pump
Gallons Per Minute
38 Gallons
Inlet Diameter
1"
Outlet Diameter
1"
Self Priming
Yes
Pump Head Material
Aluminum
Pump Housing Drain
Yes
Quick Clean Out
No
Mechanical Seal Material
Silicon Carbide
Impeller Material
Aluminum
Handles Solids
No
Suction Head
23 Feet
Total Head Lift
56 Feet
Submersible
No
Accessories
Tool Kit
No
Strainer
Yes
Float Switch
No
Hose
Sold Separately
Hose Couplings
Yes
Hose Bands
No
Lifting Hook
No
Transport Handle
Yes
Wheel Kit
No
Overview
Weight
18 Pounds
Product Length
12 Inches
Product Width
13 Inches
Product Height
14 Inches
Consumer Warranty
1 Year
UPC
012642431036

Inlet Size
1"
Style
Dewatering Pumps
GPM
38
Gallons
Engine
Inlet Size
1"
Style
Dewatering
GPM
38 Gallons
Engine
Viper


Product Video Disclaimer: "PED is not responsible for any variances from the product in this video and the item you purchase. Please review all product specs prior to purchase."

Features
Features
  • Powerful 43cc Pump Moves 2300 Gallons Per Hour
  • Ideal for emptying pools, basements, & waterlogged work sites
  • Lightweight And Portable-Weighs Only 14 Pounds
  • Easy to transport-use it at home and at work
  • Silicone Carbide Mechanical Seal
  • Dependable and longer lasting than cheaper units
  • Generous Warranty
  • 1 year for residential use: 90 days for commercial use
Specifications
Engine
Engine Brand
Viper
Starting System
Recoil Start
Engine Cycles
2-Cycle
Low Oil Shutdown
No
Continuous Operation
Yes
CC
43 cc
Fuel Tank Size
0.1 Gallons
Consumer Engine Warranty
1 Year
Pump
Gallons Per Minute
38 Gallons
Inlet Diameter
1"
Outlet Diameter
1"
Self Priming
Yes
Pump Head Material
Aluminum
Pump Housing Drain
Yes
Quick Clean Out
No
Mechanical Seal Material
Silicon Carbide
Impeller Material
Aluminum
Handles Solids
No
Suction Head
23 Feet
Total Head Lift
56 Feet
Submersible
No
Accessories
Tool Kit
No
Strainer
Yes
Float Switch
No
Hose
Sold Separately
Hose Couplings
Yes
Hose Bands
No
Lifting Hook
No
Transport Handle
Yes
Wheel Kit
No
Overview
Weight
18 Pounds
Product Length
12 Inches
Product Width
13 Inches
Product Height
14 Inches
Consumer Warranty
1 Year
UPC
012642431036
Product Specs
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Specifications
Engine
Engine Brand
Viper
Starting System
Recoil Start
Engine Cycles
2-Cycle
Low Oil Shutdown
No
Continuous Operation
Yes
CC
43 cc
Fuel Tank Size
0.1 Gallons
Consumer Engine Warranty
1 Year
Pump
Gallons Per Minute
38 Gallons
Inlet Diameter
1"
Outlet Diameter
1"
Self Priming
Yes
Pump Head Material
Aluminum
Pump Housing Drain
Yes
Quick Clean Out
No
Mechanical Seal Material
Silicon Carbide
Impeller Material
Aluminum
Handles Solids
No
Suction Head
23 Feet
Total Head Lift
56 Feet
Submersible
No
Accessories
Tool Kit
No
Strainer
Yes
Float Switch
No
Hose
Sold Separately
Hose Couplings
Yes
Hose Bands
No
Lifting Hook
No
Transport Handle
Yes
Wheel Kit
No
Overview
Weight
18 Pounds
Product Length
12 Inches
Product Width
13 Inches
Product Height
14 Inches
Consumer Warranty
1 Year
UPC
012642431036
Reviews
(60)
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Earthquake WP4310 Reviews & Ratings
67% of Reviewers Recommend This Product
Product Q&A
(6)
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Search Product Q&A's Answered by Jim, the Water Pump Expert
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I wanted to buy a pump to pump water from a pond to be able to water a garden. It would require a hose to the pond and a hose to the garden. What type of pump should I be looking for
Lesley 
from Massachusetts 
July 02, 2016
Answer
Thank you for your interest in Water Pumps Direct. Before I can answer your question, I would need to know the following:

Total head (suction & discharge lift)

Total pumping distance from the water source to the pump and from the pump to the furthest sprinkler head

Piping diameter on your suction and discharge (if already laid)

Total GPM & PSI requirements

Once you can provide this information, I'll be happy to assist you further.
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Jim, I want to set up a portable system to use with large water tank to supply water for a power washer. Would this pump work; would I need a pressure regulator or other accessories?
Wilson C 
from Virginia 
March 24, 2016
Answer
Thank you for your interest in Water Pumps Direct. Unfortunately, we do not currently offer any pumps that would work effectively for feeding a pressure washer. The only real possibility that we could offer would be a shallow well pump with a pressure tank and pressure switch or a tankless shallow well pump like the Bur-Cam model 506532SS. You would also need to install a ball valve on the discharge to reduce the flow rate (GPM) and match your pressure washer requirements.
The gas powered pumps that we offer would flood the pump on the pressure washer due to the high GPM capacity and none of the pumps we offer will work when the pressure washer or any other nozzle would be turned off. This would create a dead head or closed discharge on the water pump and would thus burn the pump out within minutes. Your best option is to consider a belt drive pressure washer with a gravity feed to the pressure washer from your water source. If you have additional questions, please let me know.
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Hi Jim, I'm interested in moving maple sap from remote storage locations to the main tank. My question is about suction head. The pump specification lists a total lift head of 56', is that net the 23' suction head? In other words, if I had a flooded suction or a slightly positive suction head, would that provide me with a 79' discharge head? Thanks.
Earl W 
from Vermont 
March 19, 2016
Answer
The total head lift listed in the pump specs, is the total vertical lift that the pump can handle. This includes the total suction head, so if for example, if your suction head is 12 feet, you do not want to exceed an additional 44 feet of head on your discharge side. That said, you also do not want to max out that head lift. The higher you get the that number, the less flow you will see and the more work the motor and pump are doing which equates to a shorter pump and motor life. If you currently have a flooded or slightly positive suction, you still do NOT want to exceed the 56' of head.
If you have any other questions, please let me know.
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Can I attach a garden hose directly to the outlet port, or is an adapter needed?
John 
from New York 
April 25, 2015
Answer
The Earthquake WP4310 has a NPT 1" suction and discharge port. If you care to attach a standard garden hose to the discharge, you would need a 1" to 3/4" adapter.
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Hi Jim I'm wanting to irrigate my farm garden approx 75 ft x 75ft with a gas powered pump I have a creek for a water source about 150 to 200 ft from my garden which type of pump would best serve my needs thanks Jim
Phil B 
from Missouri 
April 02, 2014
Answer
Thank you for your interest in Water Pumps Direct. Most any water pump would handle your application. It depends on how you plan to "water" your garden. If you are simply watering with a garden hose and NO nozzle, any 1" GAS DEWATERING PUMP would do a fine job for you. Please note that the pump should be as close to the water source as possible and you should use a good quality suction hose to insure that it does not collapse during the pumping process and a good quality strainer to prevent any debris from getting into the pump. Most any garden hose will suffice however, on the discharge side of the pump. If you prefer to use a nozzle or sprinklers, you might be better served by an electric SHALLOW WELL PUMP or a SPRINKLER PUMP or HIGH PRESSURE GAS PUMP. These pumps would provide a higher pressure or PSI that would be needed to provide better coverage and proper operation of the nozzle or sprinkler heads.
If you have additional questions, please let me know.
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Do you sell parts for pumps
Kevin 
from Pennsylvania 
November 24, 2013
Answer
Thank you for your interest in Water Pumps Direct. While we do not offer parts for any product that we sell, you could check THIS LINK to Sears Parts Direct to see if they would carry the parts you need.
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