Laundry Tub Pump, Automatic, 1/3-HP Motor
1/3 hp, automatic laundry tub pump, automatic switch starts motor when water enters in the pump body, mounts directly to tail piece, union, check valve & discharge valve included, no trap or inlet piping required, no vent connection required, thermal & overload protection, fits under wet bars, kitchenettes, vanities & utility sinks, maximum water temperature 140°ree Fahrenheit.
|Country of Origin||CA|
|Manufacturer Name||BURCAM PUMPS INC|
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dave12234t584i3i2ie from Works fine Had it about a week. Works fine. I dont like the fact that I get an email everyother day asking me to write a review. A person shouldn't have to be bothered every time they make a purchase to take time to write one.
Date published: 2018-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mark S from So far very good Nice quiet pump that works exactly as described. The only tricky part is get the flow valve adjusted correctly.
Date published: 2018-01-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by dmp1 from Nice pump. We bought this for a sink in our cellar and it is a good fit. A little more power than we wanted but that is ok.
Date published: 2017-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by Buddy123 from Works great and easy installation I installed this pump about a month ago and love it. It works great and is nice and quiet.
Date published: 2017-02-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by gcahlik from Seems to work well -- we'll see how long it lasts This pump was relatively easy to install. My only complaint was the instructions. The instruction manual that came with the manual had several incorrect portions; for instance, it stated that that outlet was a 1 1/2" pipe, when it fact it's a 1 1/4" -- discovered this from going to the website (after already purchasing all the parts to hook it up to my existing drain line and discovering they don't fit). Also, they are not particularly clear -- When I put it back together with the new fittings, I wasn't getting any output. I disconnected it all, still no output -- I figured it out on my own... In step 3, directly from the pdf on the burcam website, it states "Using teflon tape, screw the check valve to the pump discharge and aligned towards the planned discharge line" -- I took this to mean that the valve (and pump discharge) it is aimed in the direction toward the fittings where the discharge was going to go -- had it mentioned the tiny arrow on the check valve (I hadn't even noticed it until I started taking it apart), I probably would have made more sense of it....just, to me, this was poorly worded. Otherwise, getting it put together and installed is pretty easy. The unit runs very smoothly and quitly, a very low hum -- maybe less noise than an aquarium pump. The utility tub is hooked up directly to the output of my washer, so even when it runs, it's drowned out by the sound of the washer anyway.
Date published: 2016-07-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chad from Very happy Longer then normal to ship me my pump bit it's working great so far..last one only lasted a month so hope this goes longer
Date published: 2016-05-17
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