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ECO-FLO Products SUP57 Automatic Submersible Utility Pump, 1/4 H

$107

ECO-FLO Products SUP57 Automatic Submersible Utility Pump, 1/4 H

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Product description

Size:0.25 HP

1/4 hip automatic submersible utility pump with 10' power cord; made of corrosion resistant thermoplastic for long life; submersible for quiet operation; 1-1/4" discharge handles solids up to 1/8" diameter; up to 1800 mph.


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