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Multiquip QP3TH - 396 GPM (3") Trash Pump w/ Honda GX Engine

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QP3TH

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Multiquip QP3TH - 396 GPM (3
Multiquip QP3TH - 396 GPM (3") Trash Pump w/ Honda GX Engine
Model: QP3TH
$1,499.99
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Features

Inlet Size

3"

Style

Trash

GPM

396 Gallons

Engine

Honda GX

  • Multiquip 3" Gas Powered Trash Pump
  • Lightest trash pump in their pump fleet
  • Commercial Grade 239cc Honda OHV GX240
  • Fuel efficient, easy starting and quieter operation
  • Protected By Honda Oil Alert® Warning System
  • Alerts you or shuts engine down if oil reaches an unsafe level
  • Helps to prevent engine seizure due to a low oil condition
  • Diecast Aluminum Pump Body w/ Cast Iron Fittings
  • Lightweight design provides strength and durability
  • Cast Iron Impeller & Double Volute - Can Pass 1.5-Inch Solids
  • Superior abrasion resistance and minimal clogging
  • Silicon/Tungsten Carbon Mechanical Seal
  • Quick Clean-Out Design
  • Allows you to get the pump back in service fast
  • Stainless Steel Seal Sleeve & Pump Shaft
  • An excellent choice for corrosion resistance and long life
  • 1" Tubular Steel Frame
  • Rugged design for added protection on the job site
California residents see
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
For more information go to: www.p65Warnings.ca.gov

Specifications

QP3TH
Pump
Gallons Per Minute
396 Gallons
Inlet Diameter
3"
Outlet Diameter
3"
Self Priming
No
Pump Head Material
Aluminum
Pump Housing Drain
Yes
Quick Clean Out
Yes
Mechanical Seal Material
Silicon Carbide
Impeller Material
Cast Iron
Solids Handling Size
1.5 inch
Handles Solids
Yes
Suction Head
25 Feet
Maximum PSI
41.1
Total Head Lift
95 Feet
Submersible
No
Engine
Engine Brand
Honda GX
Starting System
Recoil Start
Engine Cycles
4-Cycle
Low Oil Shutdown
Yes
CC
239 cc
Fuel Tank Size
1.4 Gallons
Run Time
2 Hours
Accessories
Tool Kit
No
Strainer
No
Hose Couplings
No
Float Switch
No
Hose
Sold Separately
Hose Bands
No
Transport Handle
No
Wheel Kit
No
Overview
Weight
163 Pounds
Consumer Warranty
2 Years
Product Length
28.7 Inches
Product Width
21.7 Inches
Product Height
23 Inches

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What is the difference between a diaphram and a centrifugal full trash pump?
Philip H. 
from Texas 
April 06, 2017
Answer
Diaphragm pumps are designed more for pumping mud or thicker-than-water substances that are NOT flammable or that contain chemicals. These pumps are also meant to handle lower head lifts and shorter pumping distances.
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What does it take to start the pump if it is located within 5 feet of the water surface on this "non self-priming" pump?
Rob 
from Missouri 
March 15, 2017
Answer
While most pumps are actually listed as "Self-Priming", with the exception on this one, they will require you to prime the pump by filling the priming port and pump housing with water upon initial installation, to force any air out and allow for the impeller to start sucking water. Any air pockets left in the lines or the pump will cause the pump to become air-bound. An air-bound pump will not operate properly until the air is removed and replaced by water. As long as a check or foot valve is installed on the suction pipe and you never lose suction, you should not need to re-prime the pump.
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Will this unit pump from a river to a pond with a vertical lift of 14 feet, over 600 feet (pond has an 80 foot vertical rise)?
Jeff A. 
from North Carolina 
February 26, 2017
Answer
Since you are looking at a total head lift of 94 feet (14 feet suction and 80 feet, discharge) and the QP3TH pump is rated for a total head lift of 95 feet, I would NOT recommend it. You still have 600 feet of horizontal run, which will add more head lift due to FRICTION LOSS. So, based on your information, I would suggest the Multiquip QP205SH - 106 GPM (2") High Pressure Water Pump w/ Honda GX Engine. This pump would provide between 60 & 72GPM with 0 pressure based on a 2" or 3" discharge PVC pipe for that 600 foot run. If you want some pressure behind that flow, you will see even less GPM depending on how much pressure you want. At the very least, 45 & 52GPM with a 2" or 3" discharge at 10PSI. 
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