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SCS SERIES BRUSHLESS DC SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS 2 to 50 Gallons Per Minute

SOLARJACK'S SCS series submersibles are high quality, maintenance-free, DC powered pumps designed specifically for water delivery in remote locations.

They operate on 100 to 1000 watts of DC power at 30 to 120 volts. The power may be supplied from solar modules, wind generator, batteries or any combination of the three.

The motors are state of the art, brushless DC, permanent magnet type constructed from marine grade bronze and 304 stainless steel. Designed with a NEMA standard connection, they bolt directly to standard 4" diameter submersible pump ends. Internal pressure equalization allows motor submergence to any depth without damage to seals.

The pump ends are multi-stage centrifugals constructed from marine grade bronze and 304 stainless steel. The impellers and diffusers are constructed from a very rugged thermoplastic extremely resistant to mineral and algae deposits. Field servicing is easily accomplished without the use of specialized tools.

SOLARJACK'S SCS series pumps can be installed below the water level in a well, lake, river, or cistern. They can be used to fill open tanks or used to pressurize water systems. Their small size and light weight allow easy installation into a shallow well by hand.

SOLARJACK'S SCS series pumps are designed for use in stand alone water delivery systems. They are pollution-free, corrosion-free, self-lubricating and quiet. There is no better way to provide water for remote homes, campsites, livestock, small farms as well as many other needs beyond the commercial power grid.

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