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    Thread: Flowfriend pumps 4 sale

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      Flowfriend pumps 4 sale

      I have 4 flowfriends pump in 220-240v, please note this is a 220-240v version. Not 110v.

      These pumps are used at Mark's pond for approximately 8-10 months, they are all in great working condition when I removed them. They are now clean and ready to go

      Asking for $1700 shipped to your door for each pump.

      Brand new is going for $2500, so that is 800 saving.

      I take paypal and will ship right away. PM if you have any questions.

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      These have been sold multivolt for some time. Are you sure about the voltage requirement?
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      Quote Originally Posted by BWG View Post
      These have been sold multivolt for some time. Are you sure about the voltage requirement?
      Those might be the new version, I am not sure as mark used 220-240v; so I am stating it upfront.

      If it’s can work with 110v great a bonus.

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      one sold

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      Can you somehow confirm if it will work at 110v. Thanks

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      from what I understand

      110v cannot work on 220v

      however 220v will run on 110v but at slower speed.

      You also can get the step up or step down transformer.

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      Thank you for your comment, however this is a paid area and if you are not helping, please stay out of it.

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      These are not my words - be aware that vendors can edit your posts to say anything they want! No wonder everyone "likes" his stuff!
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      This is from the manual I just looked up. I think trying to run it on 110 would be risky. Wish I had the money for one. I'd run 220 out to the pond for it.

      Electrical connection – setting-up operationCheck whether voltage and frequency on the type label of the pump match the supply voltage. The person responsible for the installation must check whether standard grounding is available



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      I understand as these are 220v

      I wonít say it would work for 110, so buy it at your own risk if you want to use it for 110v.

      Itís also very expensive so I donít suggest taking any risk.

      These pumps are purchased directly from overseas and I am not a distributor or vendor of it.

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      2 sold

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      I can afford 12-3 Romex and some self labor but the pump.... hichichic tempting
      Great finds for the hobby Tom
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      Do these pumps have variable speed / GPh adjustments?

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      Quote Originally Posted by NerdMD View Post
      Do these pumps have variable speed / GPh adjustments?
      Yes they do. Best pumps $ can buy

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      Quote Originally Posted by OCkoiFan View Post
      I can afford 12-3 Romex and some self labor but the pump.... hichichic tempting
      Great finds for the hobby Tom
      Do it

      Sea Side Aquatics, LLC
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      Quote Originally Posted by NerdMD View Post
      Do these pumps have variable speed / GPh adjustments?

      YEs

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