1/2 HP JP-050-C Shallow Well Jet Pump, 115V/230V, Cast Iron
Little Giant JP-050-C (558274) is a Shallow Well Jet Pump with Square D pressure switch, 1/2 HP, Dual Voltage 115/230 Volt, 60 Hz - JP Series, is recommended for supplying fresh water to rural homes, farms and cabins from a shallow well, suitable for installs where the vertical distance from the pump to the pumping water level does not exceed 25'.
Little Giant JP-050-C features a 1" NPT discharge with head capacity of 148' and brass flow control valve. The New Jet Pump with a 1 1/4" Suction NPT was specifically engineered to handle water transfer with high efficiency and long term dependability. Little Giant JP-050-C boasts rugged cast iron construction and precision engineered thermoplastic impeller, diffuser, nozzle and venturi for high performance and efficient water flow. Powerful O. Smith 1/2 HP, dual compartment motor, delivers 13 GPM of fluids at 50' (20 PSI with 5' suction lift) and has a higher than NEMA service factor. JP-050-C Shallow Well Jet Pump features a pressure gage, factory pre-set 30/50 pressure switch which produces up to 50 PSI with automatic shut-off and a stainless steel motor shaft with dual ball bearings. Heavy-duty cast iron casing and seal plate ensure years of service and reliability. The Pump should be installed at the water source or in a home, farm, or cabin to protect from freezing.
Warranty:1 year manufacturers warranty from the date of purchase.
1/2 HP JP-050-C Shallow Well Jet Pump, 115V/230V, Cast Iron has an average 5 rating out of based on 1 user review.
Little Giant 1/2 HP Shallow Well Pump
I bought this pump to replace a Sears Hydro-Glass model that I had installed in 1979. This month, after 33 totally trouble free years, the pump housing cracked but the motor was running fine. I chose the Little Giant pump because it has an AO Smith motor, same as the Sears, and a Square D pressure switch, both good products in my estimation. Also, I have a Little Giant sump pump and a condensate pump and they have worked without incident. I don't know what the service life will be on the Little Giant but, then again, I won't need 33 years. The L.G. pump body is cast iron while the Sears is fiberglass with a much bigger housing. The pump runs as expected although I am not sure if it matches the Sears, especially when it was newer, gallons per minute rate. But, the little Giant is sufficient to satisfy the needs of the two people in my household and if we have a problem with it I will not be too shy to report same.