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Don’t buy this pump, it is total junk! Look for other ones. You won’t be happy with this one.
By TJC on July 19, 2018
JUNK DONT BUY!!!!! DIDNT WORK OUT OF THE BOX, ABSOLUTELY JUNK!!!!!!
By SHAWN YOUNG on July 16, 2018
I do not see why not. There is noting toxic in the pump (no oil bearings) Magnetic coupled plastic impeller moves the fluid.
By R. hoffman on March 5, 2018
Not sure if this pump has any internal rubber seals, but alcohol drys out rubber an certain plastics over time.
By James D Summerlin on February 26, 2018
I would think NOT. It's a small thin wall pump with fairly delicate parts inside and it would fall apart at that temp.
By Bayard on February 23, 2018
No, this thing is junk, do not buy!!
By TJC on February 20, 2018
It will run on a battery; however, it is a relatively high power device to use with a battery. Also, the motor can fail in a shorted condition, and thus will most likely severely damage any battery connected to it. I used one of these for an evaporative cooler, and the failure damaged the battery and power controller… see more It will run on a battery; however, it is a relatively high power device to use with a battery. Also, the motor can fail in a shorted condition, and thus will most likely severely damage any battery connected to it. I used one of these for an evaporative cooler, and the failure damaged the battery and power controller in my solar system. Buyer beware. see less
By Albuquerque on February 5, 2018
1/4 inch ID. I tried to use this pump to pump water out of my garden fountain, Did not work well at all. Waste of money for that purpose.
By William C. Waterson on February 4, 2018
This pump is total junk! No support from company, DO NOT BUY!!!!!!
By TJC on February 3, 2018
I would imagine if you ran a hose to it that it would run but I'm unsure what the suction head would be. I'd also guess that it needs cooling and that by not having it submerged that would create an issue also.
By Brian on February 4, 2018
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By Wayne J
May 16, 2017
Finally arrived...seems the USPS delivered to the wrong address so it was a tad late. No fault of the seller. Immediately upon arrival I connected the pump to a 9 V battery and placed the suction side in the kitchen sink to get a feel for the pumps rate and noise. The pump runs very quite and moves a great deal of water....even though I was running it on 9V instead of 12V. I intend to use this pump on a peltier water cooling box I am building to keep shiners in. There is sufficient movement of volume to not only keep the water in the chest continually cool and exchanged but also to provide sufficient aeration through a planned spray bar. I have not yet tested the lift but I am certain it will more than handle it as it is only a foot or so and the sticker on the pump states it will lift 3+ meters. I will power the system with 12 volt battery and a PWM motor controller as I suspect the pump may have to be slowed in order to not over agitate the water causing protein bubbles to form. I will update as soon as the build is complete and more thoroughly tested. Of particular note is the pumps size...it is very small yet powerful....as I had hoped.
By Ralph H. Goldsen
January 16, 2017
These move quite a bit of water for their small size, I am using them in tandem to pump jacuzzi water through an external heat source, a solar panel during the warm months and a 5 gallon pot of hot water in a propane stove in the winter. I get a temperature change of 2.5 degrees per hour, which is sufficient with an insulated tub. My biggest grievance is that these little fellas lose their prime when turned off and sometimes have to be primed by hand, as by forcing air out of the tubing. And the hose barbs aren't glued on very solidly.
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