Submersible pump info.

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    Jim Robbins

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    Hello, looking for details about my submersible pump, 115 volts, 3000 R.P.M , 60 HZ.
    .5 Amps , 7/16" inlet , 1/8" I.P.T. outlet , what I would like to know is what is the G.P.H. rate for this pump? And any other info. you can tell me

    * The box has Thomas Beckett, Div of Hydrometals, Inc., Dallas, Texas. (pump is called NUGGET N-100 ) I contact Beckett and they said it's not there pump
    (I don't think I talked to the right person(?)
    The box has Applications - water falls - Ice Machine - Machine Tool Coolants - Masonry Saws - Drink Dispensers - Fountains - Minnow tanks - Photographic Fluids - Chemical Pumps (mild).
    My pump is new in the box, what would it cost to replace this pump?
     
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    Did you Google Nugget N-100?
     
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    Well you could plug it in. start a stopwatch and measure what it does in 60 seconds into a 5 gallon bucket. That times 60 is the GPH.
    That is how they do wells.
     
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    Hi, I did try google a few different ways, no luck.
    I will try the 1 min. measurement trick, that will be acurate. Thaks for the advice.
     
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    I did a google search and found a listing that states the pump is rated for 38 liters per hour so that would be 10 gallons (I think). It sounds like this is a very small utility pump.
     
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