Heavy duty submersible Clean Water Pump with fitted RCD adaptor. Suitable for industrial applications. Float switch turns pump on automatically with the water level. Not suitable for continuous use in fish ponds or water features.
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(4 Reviews) 4
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3 of 4(75%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Erbauer WSSCWP400A 400W Automatic Clean Water Pump 240V
Review 1 for Erbauer WSSCWP400A 400W Automatic Clean Water Pump 240V
"A nice, neat little pump. Well made and looks to be very tough with nothing cheap about it. Nice long mains cable and a bonus circuit breaker for safety. It has been pumping a lot of grey water for our garden this summer but not for long enough to be able to comment on reliablity. Recomended!"
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Review 2 for Erbauer WSSCWP400A 400W Automatic Clean Water Pump 240V
"Easy to install, but the float switch leg can be awkward in tight situations, and needs to be almost vertical before it switches pump on. The switch-off point is quite high, so a lot of water is left in the sump. Can't assess the reliability, since the unit is still new."
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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Review 3 for Erbauer WSSCWP400A 400W Automatic Clean Water Pump 240V
"Bought this pump to drain a flooded cellar with 8" deep water. If you plan something similar, don't bother with this pump. Quite simply, although it is capable of draining water to about 1", it doesn't even switch on until there's over a foot of water, which is obviously no good for cellar protection! The float switch is just hopeless. Also, it requires a flat hose which just kinks when you bend it (not enough pressure to keep it open) and you need to buy a clip to secure the hose on the pump. If you hold the float switch in the air, it does seem quite powerful but I couldn't hold the float switch and keep with pipe held at the same time. I would suggest a reinforced pipe which it recommends against, and only but this if you have a sump about a foot deep and very wide for the float switch."