Rule Pool Cover Pumps
Rule Pumps Computerized Automatic 1800 GPH Pool cover pump 24' cord, H53SP-24 senses the presence of water without external floats or switches to tangle, stick or fail. A protective circuit prevents damage to the pump if it becomes embedded in ice or the impeller jams with debris. This Automatic Sump and Utility Pumps turns on and checks for water approximately every 2-1/2 minutes.
During this "check", the pump runs for about one second and checks for resistance or drag against the impeller.
If resistance (water) is found, it will run for as long as water is present.
When all the water is pumped out, the pump shuts off and returns to its 2-1/2 minute test cycle.
The pump can be started at any time by disconnecting it from the power source, waiting for 5 seconds and reconnecting to the power source.
A break-in period of 10 hours is required to achieve maximum pumping capacity. Periodic maintenance is very important. It is imperative that you keep the strainer clean and free of debris. Rule Pumps recommends that you remove any debris that may accumulate in and around the blue strainer base.
Manufacturer: Rule Pumps
Model: H53SP-24 Type: Pool Cover Pump
Construction: Plastic housing and base, nylon impeller, stainless shaft and teflon seal
Freeze Protection: A protective circuit prevents damage to the pump in the event that it becomes embedded in ice or the impeller becomes jammed with debris.
Float Switch Style: None (Computer Controlled)
Inlet: Screened for easy cleaning
Outlet: 1-1/8" Hose connection: (Includes a 3/4" garden hose adapter)
Electrical: 115 volts, 1 phase, 60 Hz, 1 amps,100 watts Power Cord: 16/3 SJTW 24' power cord with 3-prong grounded plug.
Maximum Liquid Temperature: 104 degrees Fahrenheit
Solids Handling: 1/16"
Automatic Operation: Turns on at 1" and turns off at less than 1/2"
Agency Listing: UL, cUL
Weight: 8 lbs.
|Capacity # H53SP-24 In Gallons Per Hour And Gallons Per Minute
|| Head In Feet
|Gallons Per Hour (Gallons Per Minute)|
|| 1800 GPH (30 GPM)
|| 1250 GPH (21 GPM)
|| 700 GPH (12 GPM)