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Overview

Features

  • 14.5 GPM (54.9 LPM) max. flow
  • 27ft (8.2m) max. head
  • 0.125 HP (0.093 kW) power
  • Voltage options:
    • 115V 50/60Hz
    • 230V 50/60Hz
  • Max. internal pressure:
    • Submersible-only: 25 PSI
    • Submersible optional: 50 PSI
  • 130°F (54°C) max. liquid temperature
  • Wet end materials:
    • Polypropylene (front and rear housing, impeller)
    • Buna N (O-Ring)
    • Ceramic (shaft, thrust washers)
    • Ceramic magnet
    • 316 stainless steel (cooling tube) (submersible-optional pump only)
  • 1in FPT inlet
  • 1/2in MPT outlet

Description

The March Pumps Series 5 5C-MD Submersible Centrifugal Pump has a standard wet end, and when submerged the solution also is in contact with epoxy, stainless steel (submersible-optional pump only), noryl, and the cord. The pump is capable of handling fresh water, salt water, or mild chemicals. The standard motor is a 1 phase 115V or 230V 0.125 HP motor, which can be run at either 50 or 60 Hz (please note there are performance differences between hertz options). 

The submersible-optional pump can be used either submerged or in open air, and is most commonly used for marine air conditioning and fountains.

The submersible-only pump option is not self-priming and lacks a suction lift, and thus requires a flooded suction. This pump cannot be run dry, as the impeller requires the liquid being pumped for lubrication. For liquids with a specific gravity greater than water, a higher viscosity, or for elevated temperatures, a trimmed impeller may be necessary. The submersible-only pump is most commonly used in fountains.