$$185.00In stockPumps Submersible \ Pondmaster Hy-Drive Skimmer Pumps20355
20355
E.G.Danner Hy-Drive 2550 gph Skimmer Pump
The Proline Skimmer pump with Hy-Drive technology is a continuous duty pump designed for use inside a pond skimmer to move large volumes of water silently and efficiently through filtration systems, a waterfall, stream or fountain. It's compact size allows it to fit in virtually any skimmer. Maximum flow rate - 2,500gph. Maximum pumping height - ...
E.G.DannerE.G.Danner Hy-Drive 2550 gph Skimmer Pump

E.G.Danner

E.G.Danner Hy-Drive 2550 gph Skimmer Pump

$185.00

Item #: 20355

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The Proline Skimmer pump with Hy-Drive technology is a continuous duty pump designed for use inside a pond skimmer to move large volumes of water silently and efficiently through filtration systems, a waterfall, stream or fountain. It's compact ...
  • Designed to move large volumes of water
  • Silent and efficient
  • High efficiency vortex impeller
  • Unique upright design, specifically for simmer use
  • Rigid pre-filter stabilizes pump while protecting it from large debris
  • Includes fittings
  • Dimensions (LxWxH) with screen attached: Approximately 13.5" x 5.75" x 6.5"
  • Dimensions (LxWxH) without screen: Approximately 9" x 5.5" x 4"
Specifications
Max. Flow Rate
2250 GPH
Max. Pumping Height
11.5 Feet
Warranty
3 Year
Current
1.3 A/147 Watts
General
Brand
E.G.Danner
Item #
20355
Dimensions (L/W/H)
5x6x14
Weight
12 lbs
MSRP
$185.00
Description

The Proline Skimmer pump with Hy-Drive technology is a continuous duty pump designed for use inside a pond skimmer to move large volumes of water silently and efficiently through filtration systems, a waterfall, stream or fountain. It's compact size allows it to fit in virtually any skimmer. Maximum flow rate - 2,500gph. Maximum pumping height - 11.5ft. Current is 1.3A/147 Watts. 2-Year Manufacturer Warranty

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