6-CIA Automatic Sump Pump w/ Diaphragm Switch and 10' cord, 1/3 HP, 115V
Brand: Little Giant
Mfr Part#: 506158
Little Giant 6-CIA (506158) is an Automatic Submersible Sump Pump (Big John series) with a powerful 1/3HP motor (oil-lubricated for life), a 10-foot long power cord and a diaphragm pressure switch which engages the pump at 7" to 10" water level and turns it off at 1" to 4" of water.
The Little Giant 506158 model is among the Little Giant's most popular sump pump models and is well suited for extended or continuous use in moving large volumes of water. All 6-CIA models, including this one has a 1-1/2" FNPT discharge, 1-1/4" reducing bushing for connection to smaller diameter discharge pipe and an optional 3/4" regular garden hose adapter. Little Giant 506158 model has a polycarbonate cover, a polypropylene volute/base, cast iron housing, stainless steel components for enhanced corrosion resistance and built-in thermal overload protection. 6-CIA series sump pumps are best suited for residential and light commercial use.
Little Giant 6-CIA (506158) Submersible Sump Pump Features:
Little Giant 6-CIA (506158) Sump Pump Technical Specifications:
2 years manufacturer's warranty from the date of installation.
6-CIA Automatic Sump Pump w/ Diaphragm Switch and 10' cord, 1/3 HP, 115V has an average 5 rating out of based on 4 user reviews.
I'm replacing mine today after 12 years (original builder install) and not because it isn't still working, but because I can't believe it's still working. This is a preventative replacement because most of what I have read says they generally should be replaced by now. Great product that did its job and then some.
Excellent reliable product.
Diaphragm switch is brilliant
This is a great sump pump, it is ideal for smaller sump wells, where there is not enough room for a float.
Have not used it. It is my spare pump.
I'll keep it for a spare.
Is there a problem with having 4-7" of standing water consistently? We would like to use this to drain a dehumidifier into a basin to keep a basement (and lots of expensive electronic equipment) dry, and are concerned that standing water would create too much humidity. Thank you
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Since there are many considerations to take into account, it's best to drain the condensate directly into the sewer line rather then a sump pit. Look up and compare different condensate removal pump specs to see which one has appropriate head and flow parameters to be able to discharge the condensate at the level of the sewage pipe. Be sure to get a pump with a built-in check valve - it will prevent the backflow and unnecessary cycling of the condensate pump. As for having 4-7" of standing water - it's acceptable for the pump and as long as you have the sump basin sealed with a cover and a separate vent line - this will prevent moisture in the basement.
Answered on 5/20/2013 by PexUniverse Customer Service
HelloWhat is the difference between a 506125 and a 506158
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Little Giant 506125 model has a 25ft cord. Otherwise, these pumps are the same.
Answered on 3/25/2013 by PexUniverse Customer Service