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Pondmaster PM3 Mag-Drive Pump

Pondmaster PM3 Mag-Drive Pump

List Price: $109.99
Our Price: $69.99
Savings: $40.00

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Product Code: PUP010

Description Parts & Accessories

  • Pump Type: Submersible Pump (can also be used in-line) -Mag-Drive
  • Maximum Flow Rate: 350 GPH (gallons per hour)
  • Maximum Head: 10.5 Ft.
  • Energy Consumption: 35 Watts, 115 volts
  • Cord Length: 18 Ft
  • Inlet: Inlet is 1/2 inch FPT (female pipe thread), includes plastic pre-filter
  • Outlet: Outlet is 1/2" MPT (male pipe thread). 3/4 inch Vinyl tubing slips onto the outlet of this pump and can be secured with a hose clamp (see image below)
  • Measurements: Approximately 5" x 3.8" x 4.2 "
  • Warranty: 5 Year Warranty
Additional Information:

Designed using Magnetic Drive technology. Pump is epoxy filled (no oil) and uses a ceramic shaft. The pump also features an ABS case, corrosion-proof fasteners, and heavy duty copper windings, resulting in durable, energy-efficient, and long lasting product.

Pondmaster PM3 Performance Chart
GPH @ Head GPH @ Head GPH @ Head GPH @ Head
350 @ 1 ft. 210 @ 5 ft. 10 @ 10 ft. -- @ 15 ft.

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Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
4 of 5 Pondmaster PM3 Mag-Drive Pump August 25, 2018
Reviewer: Clevedoc  
I am happy with Pondmaster PM3 for my 150 gallon small pond. My only complaint is that my pond is about 4 feet deep in the center, and therefore I have to find something for the pump to sit on in order for the fountain extensions to reach the surface. I use bricks and then a bucket, but this takes up a lot of pond space. Also, if the pump is not completely flat then the whole fountain tilts. Have not figured out a way to weigh my pump down to keep it stable. My pump went 2 years before it needed a new foam filter. Occasionally the intake gets gummed up and you have to rinse it out. when it breaks i will probably upgrade to a larger pump with greater gph.

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