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Pressurized Sealed-top Water Pump

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This is the best shallow well pump we've ever seen. Lift water from up to 20' and pump water to second floor or into hose.
  • Built-in air chamber for steadier water flow
  • Brass cylinder wall lasts twice as long as iron
  • Solid brass rod, rod guide and spigot
  • Red trim, 3" stroke, 17"H, 22 lb.
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PRESSURIZED SEALED-TOP WATER PUMP DESCRIPTION
What do our happy customers say?

 "I have a 18ft deep well, with an 175ft horizontal run. The Kant Freeze pitcher pump works fantastic. Plenty of water. I have the pump installed in heated garage. I am sure I would be able to pump water to second floor. Sweet."

"We have used this pump for 15 years now. It has preformed perfectly. I wouldn't dare estimate how many gallons of water it has pumped. "

Customer Reviews of Pressurized Sealed-top Water Pump
Product Rating: 4.6 out of 5.0(8 reviews)
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- 12/8/2013
said: Bill
"I have a 18ft deep well, with an 175ft horizontal run. The Kant Freeze pitcher pump works fantastic. Plenty of water. I have the pump installed in heated garage. I am sure I would be able to pump water to second floor. Sweet."
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- 3/3/2013
said: Luke Turco
"We have used this pump for 15 years now. It has preformed perfectly. I wouldn't dare estimate how many gallons of water it has pumped. "
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- 9/26/2012
said: Eric
"I received the pump in great shape, it was well packed. It has been installed to pump water directly from my well and into the house, when the electric pump is off. Works perfectly and I can pump the water into my house plumbing. No buckets needed."
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- 7/8/2011
said: Spencer
"I just got through fencing the well house into the yard so I will have more protection from theft. Installed the pump today,primed it and my first thought was, "this is an OK pump," which I intend to use for power outages etc."
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- 8/25/2010
said: brian carter
"This pump has served as our sole water supply for 13 years.We use it to pump water to a second-floor tank and gravity brings it to all our plumbing needs.I have made a few small improvements(a better sealing washer on the top)but it has been absolutely dependable with daily use.We still are using the original leather-the brass cylinder means very minimal wear.It's too bad this pump is so hard to get."
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- 2/9/2010
said: Brian Criley
"We've had this pump installed as a back-up on an old shallow well for about four years. It is rugged and reliable. In our rural location, we tend to lose power for a week or more during heavy snows, and this pump has been a God-send for keeping animals watered. Even after long periods of disuse, it has never failed after priming. Ours is in an open-air outdoor location, and through our own negligence in leaving it primed twice during the depths of winter, it has frozen and blown the rear bolt off. Both times I expectd a total loss, but everything was in great shape and as soon as the bolt was replaced it was back in business without out any further repair or tinkering!"
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- 6/28/2013
said: Trevor Sutcliffe
"Just got home today to find my pump waiting for me. Of course I had to take it apart to make sure it's been well made. I was delighted to find that it has been built with craftmanship that exceeds my expectations. Tomorrow, I will get to work installing it. I have no doubt that this pump will provide many years of reliable service. as a note from later on. the pump leaks where the rod goes throught he brass bushing on top of the pump. since the pump is located inside a wooden structure this is a problem. I am going to be contacting the manufacturer to see if there is an easy remedy for this issue. "
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- 12/8/2013
said: Susan
"I bought this pump about a year ago and just had it installed in the kitchen for winter use when I drain the pipes. It draws the water up quite well, however; it leaks where the brass rod goes into the cylinder. It is also leaking some kind of black goo, grease at the top of the cylinder where the rod moves in and out. Some small bits of this grease is also ending up in the water. Does anyone know what this is or what to do about this. Thanks."
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