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Flojet Pumps Bottled Water Dispenser Pump 115 V. # BW5000A
New and improved Second Generation Dispenser

Item#: FJC-PMP-BW5000-000
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Flojet Pumps Bottled Water Dispenser Pump  115 V. #  BW5000A (CC)<br>
Reg. $259.41
Sale: $179.66
The new and improved Flojet BW5000A is Flojet's
replacement for the discontinued BW1000A And BW4000A

The Flojet NEW and improved eco-friendly BW-5000A, Bottled Water System Plus, for homes and commercial appliances, is part of Flojet's premium water dispensing product line. When a water bottle is connected to the system, fresh water is available for use with coffee/tea machines, water dispensers, refrigerators, ice makers, or any other application where portable potable water is needed. The Bottled Water System Plus is also designed for convenience - the pump shuts off when the water source is depleted, and when water is restored, the pump will automatically restart. This eliminates the chance of any damage to the pump and control box from running dry. Features and benefits of the NEW and improved eco-friendly BW-4000A, Bottled Water System Plus include an illuminated On/Off switch that provides clear visibility in dark cabinets or hard to reach places; a long life motor to ensure years of reliable operation; a Flojet diaphragm pump that provides dependable run dry capabilities, extending the life of the pump ; quick disconnect ports that allow for easy wand replacement in seconds; noise dampening rubber feet to minimize noise pollution; built-in thermal protection prevents overheating, protecting the pump and control box from damage and a new Ergonomic T-Shaped wand handle for ease of installation and removal of wand from bottle. The new and improved Flojet BW5000A is Flojet's replacement for the discontinued BW1000A and BW4000A

Model GPM Max
Outlet Tubing Volts Amps Cycle Cord Dimensions
(H x W x D)
BW5000A 1.09 40 1/4" 20' 115 0.5 50/60 6' 2.7" x 5.4" x 8.5" 4.5

Applications: Bottled water dispensing; refrigerator ice maker; coffee brewer, espresso coffee cart and drinking water faucet water dispenser Pump Module: Demand pump with On/Off switch. 6' cord with plug. Operation: Water demand turns pump on and off automatically. Water Source: Designed to pump water from 3, 5, or 6 gallon water bottles. Low Water Protection: System automatically shuts off when bottled is empty. Check Valve: Built-in check valve to prevent back flow. Suction: Wand with strainer and hose assembly Discharge Tubing: 20 feet of 1/4" tubing Refrigerator Connection: Refrigeration fitting Universal seal cap: Fits any 3, 5, and 6 gallon plastic water bottle. Instructions: Installation and maintenance Maximum Flow: 1.09 GPM Operating pressure: to 30 PSI Electrical: 115 volts, 50/60 Hz. 0.5 amps. Module dimensions: 2.7" high, 5.4" wide, 8.5" long Carton dimension: 6" high, 11" wide", 16" long Weight: 10 lbs Certifications: UL and CUL listed

Questions & Answers

The system is quiet but not silent. Just as you can hear your refrigerator, dishwasher, washing machine and dryer running, you will also hear the "humming sound" of the diaphragm pump when it is pumping.
Yes it is...Under normal conditions one click will be heard when the BW unit turns-on to supply water and one more click will be heard when it turns off.
The FLOJET Bottled Water Dispensing System was designed to pump purified water from a commercially available 5-gallon purified water bottle. The system will deliver the water under pressure to an individual drinking water faucet, the water inlet of a refrigerator for the ice-maker and chilled drinking water tap, and to certain commercial coffee / tea brewers. When the suction wand is inserted into the standard 5-gallon bottle, it will activate the float switch on the end of the wand and turn on the pump. This same float switch shuts off the system when the bottle is empty. The wand has a built in back-flow preventor valve that prevents water in the system from flowing back into the bottle, or spilling while changing bottles.
The system will deliver the water under pressure to certain commercial coffee / tea brewers. Download the Bottled Water Dispensing Manual, before purchasing the equipment, and see under the heading "installation and use with commercial coffee and tea brewing equipment"
No it cannot. The motor will overheat and trip out at 158 degrees F. It will take 45-50 minutes for the motor to reach 158 degrees F at open flow condition and 15-20 minutes to reset when the temperature drops to 131degrees F, Continues cycling will "burn" the windings.

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