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Wayne EEAUP250 - 51 GPM Oil-Free Submersible Automatic Utility Pump

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Wayne EEAUP250 - 51 GPM Oil-Free Submersible Automatic Utility Pump
Wayne EEAUP250 - 51 GPM Oil-Free Submersible Automatic Utility Pump
Model: EEAUP250
$163.99
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Required Accessories 9
These accessories are required to properly setup/install this product.
Optional Accessories 10

Features

Inlet Size

N/A

Style

Utility

GPM

51.6 Gallons



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  • Submersible Automatic Utility Pump
  • Pumps up to 3100 GPH @ 0' Lift
  • iSwitch Water Sensing Technology
  • Provides automatic on/off operation
  • Activates at approximately 1-3/4"
  • 1/4 HP 2.5-Amp Motor
  • Energy efficient design for reduced electricity costs
  • Sealed Thermoplastic Construction
  • Corrosion-resistant design extends the life of the pump
  • Bottom Suction Design
  • Filters debris & removes water down to 3/8 of surface
  • Oil-Free Design
  • Won't harm aquatic life
  • Adjustable Discharge Options
  • 1 discharge w/ garden hose adapter included
  • Easy-Carry Handle
  • Makes moving transporting and placement an easy task
  • 9' Power Cord
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
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Warning: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) which is known to the State of California to cause Cancer.
For more information go to: www.p65Warnings.ca.gov

Specifications

EEAUP250
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Motor
Voltage
120 Volt
Running Amps
2.5
Power Cord Length
9 Feet
Pump
Gallons Per Minute
51.6 Gallons
Outlet Diameter
1-1/4"
Housing Material
Thermoplastic
Impeller Material
Plastic
Handles Solids
No
Total Head Lift
18 Feet
GPH @ 0 feet
3100
GPH @ 5 feet
2350
GPH @ 10 feet
1600
GPH @ 15 feet
900
GPH @ 20 feet
250
Submersible
Yes
Engine
Low Oil Shutdown
No
Oil-Cooled
No
Horsepower
0.25 hp
Accessories
Float Switch
Yes
Overview
Weight
10 Pounds
Consumer Warranty
1 Year
Product Length
7.44 Inches
Product Width
7.44 Inches
Product Height
12 Inches
UPC
040066214232

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Product Q&A

(5)
Product Questions Answered by Jim, the Water Pump Expert
Will a 5/8" garden hose work with this pump?
Grace T. 
from Missouri 
May 04, 2017
If I was to water a garden with this pump, would the pressure of the hose turning on and off be bad for the pump?
Chris 
from California 
March 20, 2017
I think I need an anti-siphon valve for this pump, which I received from you a couple of weeks ago. It works very well, but recently has started short-cycling (I think) because the water in the discharge hose is flowing back into the reservoir and causing the pump to start up again for a moment. Do you recommend such a valve that can be used with the 3/4" hose adapter?
Michael W 
from Virginia 
November 12, 2015
Would this Wayne EEAUP250 pump be an appropriate and feasible long-term solution to a window well that fills with heavy rains and leaks into an unfinished basement? It is under a deck with very little clearance so exterior window access is very difficult and I'd like to leave it in place year-round. This is in Kansas so winters are frequently freezing and summers are regularly in the 90's. Also, the house has no exterior drainage or sump pump in place but I'm trying to minimize costs if possible. Thanks!
Brant R 
from Kansas 
April 27, 2014
I want to set a portable pump in a low spot on a concrete driveway that will pump water out to the street. I would like it to pump to about 1/2 inch. The water seldom gets above 5 inches. But I would like to leave it unattended overnight. Is there a pump that will turn itself off and on as the water rises or lowers?
Walter K 
from California 
June 18, 2013

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