Dual-voltage pump

MicroBlue can serve as an alternative to the mini-piston pump and offers a flow rate of up to 1.3 gpm, 16-ft head, and 6-ft suction lift.

01/06/2016


MicroBlue can serve as an alternative to the mini-piston pump and offers a flow rate of up to 1.3 gpm, 16-ft head, and 6-ft suction lift. Courtesy: BlueDiamondBlueDiamond's MicroBlue is a dual-voltage pump that uses thermistor level sensing technology to remove the risk of stuck or sunken float switches. It can serve as an alternative to the mini piston pump and offers a flow rate of up to 1.3 gpm, 16-ft head, and 6-ft suction lift. With no additional silencing accessories required, MicroBlue can be mounted in any orientation whilst operating both wet and dry continuously, eliminating the risk of burning out and premature failure.

BlueDiamond

www.bluediamondpumps.com



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