Goulds SJ07 3/4 HP Vertical Deep Well, Multi-Stage Jet Pump

$544.20

Goulds SJ07 3/4 HP Vertical Deep Well, Multi-Stage Jet Pump 2 Stages
FEATURES
High Capacity and Pressure: Specifically designed to deliver high capacities at deeper settings.
Stainless Steel Pump Shaft: Hex design provides positive drive for impellers and eliminates clearance adjustments.
Easy to Service: Can be taken apart for service by removing four bolts.
Corrosion Resistant: Glass filled thermoplastic impellers. Stainless steel wear rings and coverplates. Electrocoat paint process applied inside and out and then baked on.
Powered for Continuous Operation: Pump is designed for continuous operation. All ratings are within the motor manufacturer’s recommended working limits.
Easy to Prime: Top mounted vent plug allows air to escape from seal cavity during initial priming.
Adjustable Automatic Pressure Control Valve: Guarantees maximum capacity at all times. By-pass check valve equalizes pressure in entire system and helps prevent loss of prime.

APPLICATIONS
Specifically designed for:
Homes
Farms
Cottages
SPECIFICATIONS
Pipe connection -
1" NPT drive (pressure)
1-1/4" NPT suction
1" NPT discharge
Pressure switch -
3/4-1-1/2 HP, AS4
2 HP, AS10
both preset (30-50 PSI)
NEMA standard
3/4-1-1/2 HP, 115/230 V, 60 Hz,
capacitor start
2 HP, 230 V only, 60 Hz
Single phase
3500 RPM
Built-in overload with automatic reset
Stainless steel shaft
Rotation: clockwise when viewed from motor end.

REQUIRED
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Basic Pump Unit: Includes pump, motor, pressure switch, tubing, fittings, pressure gauge, bushing and AV21 pressure control valve.
Deep Well Jet Assembly Package: Twin Pipe includes: Jet body, nozzle, venturi and foot valve. Packer includes: Jet body with built-in check valve, nozzle and venturi.
Additional Accessories Required: For Packer: well casing adapter AWD2 (2") or AWD3 (3").

Add to Cart:

  • Model: SJ07
  • Shipping Weight: 70lbs
  • 2 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Goulds



This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 27 April, 2011.