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HEAVY-DUTY SEWAGE PUMPS


APPLICATIONS

Ideal for high volume raw sewage removal applications

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Automatic submersible cast iron sewage pump ideal for highvolume sewage and effluent needs
  • Clog-resistant design capable of passing 2″ diameter solids
  • Heavy-duty cast iron construction for years of service andreliability
  • Tethered float switch for reliability in automatic operation inbasins 18″ diameter or greater
  • Energy-efficient PSC motor

Part No.

Description

Item No.

640171

Tethered Float Switch, Piggyback, 10'

7

640172

Tethered Float Switch, Piggyback, 20'

7

Model

Item Number

UPC

HP

Volts

Amps

Discharge

Cord Length

Gallons Per Hour at Height

Shut Off

On/Off Levels

Min. Basin Diameter

0′

5′

10′

15′

20′

25′

RL50WA

14942663

0 10121 00060 5

1/2

115

9.3

2″ FNPT

20′

7200

6000

4800

3180

1200

22′

On: 16″–18″

Off: 9″ –11″

18″ or more

RL75WA

14942664

0 10121 00061 2

3/4

115

11

2″ FNPT

20′

8400

7800

6600

5400

4200

2400

28′

On: 17″–20″

Off: 10″ –12″

18″ or more

Model

Length

Width

Height

Weight (lbs)

Carton Cubes (cu ft)

Pallet Quantity

Qty. per Layer

Layers per Pallet

RL50WA

10.2"

11.6"

17.4"

42.8

1.38

27

9

3

RL75WA

10.2"

11.6"

17.8"

44

1.21

24

12

2

Discharge Size

2" NPT vertical

Intake Size

2" opening

Pump Housing

Cast Iron

Volute

Cast Iron

Impeller

Plastic vortex design

Motor

Single-phase permanent split capacitor with automatic reset thermal overload protection

Hardware

300 Series stainless steel

Bearings

Ball, top and bottom

Pump Shaft Seal

Stationary carbon with Nitrile boot and rotating ceramic seat

Power Cord

RL50WA: 18 AWG 3-conductor, copper, stranded, 20' length
RL75WA: 16 AWG 3-conductor, copper, stranded, 20' length

Cooling

The motor housing contains oil to cool the motor and to lubricate bearings and seals. These pumps are capable of operating with the motor housing partially exposed for extended periods, providing sufficient motor cooling and bearing lubrication. However, for the best cooling and longest motor life, the liquid level being pumped should normally be above the top of the cast iron motor housing.

KEN'S DISTRIBUTING COMPANY