March Pump Assembly

High-Flow March Pump assembly, complete with fittings. Threading stainless steel onto plastic can be somewhat tricky, so we send this unit out completely assembled for you!

We mount a stainless tee and ball valve setup on the inlet. The ball valve will remain closed during standard use, however it can be extremely handy if the lines need to be primed to release an air pocket. Air pockets in your line can cause cavitation. If cavitation does occur (rare with the new high-flow version, but still possible), you can simply open the inlet priming valve, let the air escape, and close it again. Note: This pump should not and can not be run dry!
 

Note: When using silicone tubing, we recommending using a slighlty larger barb than the I.D. of the tubing. This is because silicone tubing tends to have greater pliability than most tubing. For example, when using 1/2" silicone tubing, we recommend our 5/8" barb, to help insure a better seal!

Pump Specs:

  • Included bracket for mounting
  • 6' power cord with plug wired in for easy use
  • 115V - 50/60Hz
  • Maximum flow of just over 7 gpm (at zero head)
  • Maximum head of 18 feet (at zero flow)
  • 1/2" mpt fittings on both inlet and outlet.
  • Materials in contact with solution: Polysulfone, 316 stainless steel, silicone rubber, Ryton and Teflon
  • 1/25 hp, continuous-duty, thermal overload protected, single phase 1.4 Amp motor
  • Motor is fan cooled
  • Will handle internal pressures to 50 psi.
  • Max temp rating: 250F
  • Face unscrews and rotates at 90 degree intervals to adjust to your application.