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Liberty 291HV Sump Pump

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About the Liberty 291HV

The Liberty 291HV is a submersible sump pump. This heavy duty pump is used for commercial and residential wastewater transfer applications. It has a 3/4 hp oil-filled motor with thermal overload protection. The voltage needed to run this pump is 208-230V single phase. It has a 1-1/2” discharge size and it can handle up to 3/4" solids. The GPM performance of this Liberty 291HV Sump Pump is indicated in the spec sheet. It features a wide-angle float switch. This pump comes with a quick-disconnect 10’ cord for fast replacement of the power cord without breaking the seals to the motor. It has a cast iron housing and an engineered polymer impeller. For more details, you can refer to the specification sheet. This Liberty 291HV Sump Pump is covered by a 3-year warranty. This product bears the CSA mark for meeting the standards. Liberty Pumps is a leading U.S. manufacturer of pumping products for water transfer, wastewater removal and various other applications.

Product Details

Product: Sump
Manufacturer: Liberty Pumps
Type: Non Potable Water
Mpn # 291HV
Weight 31.00 lbs.

Product Features

  • Libertys unique, one-piece Uni-Body casting
  • Permanently lubricated upper and lower bearings
  • Oil-filled, hermetically sealed motors with thermal overload protection
  • Stainless steel, removable bottom screen
  • Stainless steel rotor shaft
  • Stainless steel fasteners

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