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6280 Series


6280 Series

Application- Commercial Buildings


0.5 or 1 HP Sewage or dewatering submersible pumps, 2” or 3” NPT vertical discharge

  • Features and Benefits
    • Durable, epoxy coated cast iron construction
    • Motor: 1 Ph or 3 Ph, oil-filled, hermetically-sealed, automatic reset, thermal overload protected (1 Ph)
    • Bearings – Upper and lower ball bearings
    • Stainless steel motor shaft
    • Dual mechanical shaft seals – Upper carbon/ceramic, Lower silicon carbide/carbon. Optional silicon carbide seals available
    • Impeller – Non-clogging, cast iron vortex design passes 2″ (50 mm) spherical solids
    • 25′ (8 m), UL listed, 3-wire neoprene cord and plug. Longer cords available in lengths of 35′ – 50′ (11 m – 15 m)
    • No screens to clog
    • Stainless steel screws, bolts and handle
    • 2″ NPT discharge with 3″ flange available
    • Corrosion-resistant, powder coated epoxy finish
    • Moisture sensors available for early warning of seal failure (optional)
    • 100% computerized tested

    See ZM1374 for listed models.

  • Product Specifications
    Voltage Ability 115 / 200 / 230 / 460 / 575
    Phase 1 & 3
    Hz 60
    Discharge Size 2″ Standard, 3″ Optional
    Solids Handling 2″
    HP 1/2 & 1
    RPM 1750
    Seals Upper – Carbon Ceramic
    Lower – Silicon Carbide/Carbon
    O Rings Viton
    Impeller Cast Iron Vortex
  • Technical Data

    SELECTION GUIDE

    1. Single or double piggyback variable level float switch pump control using the 15 amp plug and receptacle.  Refer to ZM1536.
    2. Single piggyback variable level float switch, hard wiring the pump lead wires to the float switch leads.
    3. Refer to ZM1342 and select the correct simplex control panel listed for the pump.  Refer to ZM1536 and select the desired variable level control switch, 3 required.
    4. Refer to ZM1342 and select the correct duplex control panel listed for the pump.  Refer to ZM1536 and select the desired variable level control switch, 3 or 4 required.

    Pump Performance Curves

    Design Tools

  • Literature
  • Durable, epoxy coated cast iron construction
  • Motor: 1 Ph or 3 Ph, oil-filled, hermetically-sealed, automatic reset, thermal overload protected (1 Ph)
  • Bearings – Upper and lower ball bearings
  • Stainless steel motor shaft
  • Dual mechanical shaft seals – Upper carbon/ceramic, Lower silicon carbide/carbon. Optional silicon carbide seals available
  • Impeller – Non-clogging, cast iron vortex design passes 2″ (50 mm) spherical solids
  • 25′ (8 m), UL listed, 3-wire neoprene cord and plug. Longer cords available in lengths of 35′ – 50′ (11 m – 15 m)
  • No screens to clog
  • Stainless steel screws, bolts and handle
  • 2″ NPT discharge with 3″ flange available
  • Corrosion-resistant, powder coated epoxy finish
  • Moisture sensors available for early warning of seal failure (optional)
  • 100% computerized tested

See ZM1374 for listed models.

Voltage Ability 115 / 200 / 230 / 460 / 575
Phase 1 & 3
Hz 60
Discharge Size 2″ Standard, 3″ Optional
Solids Handling 2″
HP 1/2 & 1
RPM 1750
Seals Upper – Carbon Ceramic
Lower – Silicon Carbide/Carbon
O Rings Viton
Impeller Cast Iron Vortex

SELECTION GUIDE

  1. Single or double piggyback variable level float switch pump control using the 15 amp plug and receptacle.  Refer to ZM1536.
  2. Single piggyback variable level float switch, hard wiring the pump lead wires to the float switch leads.
  3. Refer to ZM1342 and select the correct simplex control panel listed for the pump.  Refer to ZM1536 and select the desired variable level control switch, 3 required.
  4. Refer to ZM1342 and select the correct duplex control panel listed for the pump.  Refer to ZM1536 and select the desired variable level control switch, 3 or 4 required.

Pump Performance Curves

Design Tools