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TidalWave TT9000 Pump

TidalWave TT9000 Pump

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List Price: $620.99
Our Price: $545.99
Savings: $75.00

Product Code: PUA330


  • Pump Type: Submersible
  • Maximum Flow Rate: 9510 GPH (gallons per hour)
  • Maximum Head: 22 Ft.
  • Energy Consumption: 590 watts, 115 volts
  • Cord Length: 20 Ft
  • Inlet: 2" MIPT
  • Outlet: 2" FIPT / 3" MIPT
  • Measurements: Approximately 11" L x 7-1/4" W x 8" H.
  • Warranty: 3-Year Warranty

  1. Large threaded inlet and outlet for less restriction and greater flows.
  2. Quarter-turn volute provides access to impeller without the use of tools
  3. Heavy-duty pre-filter locks in place. Large openings and increased surface area resist clogging.
  4. Three vane hybrid impeller improves flows and passes solids easily.
  5. Additional perforations in handle provide greater surface areal.
  6. Energy efficient asynchronous motor is up to 30% more efficient than the competition.

Additional Information:

Atlantic's TidalWave3 Pumps are the next generation of ultra-high efficiency asynchronous pumps, with more water moved per watt than ever before! Offering flows from 1500 to 9000 gallons per hour, these powerhouses are also remarkably compact to fit the tightest spaces, opening up a whole new range of applications. The TT-Series line is also specifically designed to be clog-resistant and hard water-tolerant, making them the perfect choice for all high flow, medium head applications, especially where energy cost is a consideration. Small but mighty and featuring a 3-year warranty, the TidalWave3 Pumps set the standard!

The rotors of asynchronism TidalWave Pumps are water cooled, with a screen to keep grit out of the rotor chamber. Keeping the screen clean will prevent overheating and prolong the life of the pump.

Atlantic TidalWave TT pump flow chart

  • Manufacturer: Atlantic Water Gardens
  • Manufacturer Model Number: TT9000
  • Made in China

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