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Honda Power Equipment

Honda Power Equipment markets a complete line of portable water pumps for a wide variety of agricultural, construction, rental, and residential applications.  Rugged, easy-to-use and dependable, the product line consists of a number of different models in four different categories – de-watering, construction, multi-purpose, and submersible series.

The Honda WSP series of submersible pumps includes five models designed for a variety of residential and commercial sump applications.  Housed in rugged stainless steel casings, the WSP series offers automatic starting, built-in thermal auto reset and 20-, 25-, or 50- foot heavy-duty, 115V cords, depending on the model.  The WSP series includes:

Submersible Models
Model Starting Type Discharge Capacity Standard Design Features
WSP33AA Electric, automatic starting 40 gallons/minute Stainless steel case, non-mercury auto float switch, built-in thermal auto reset, 20-foot heavy-duty 115V cord, .375” solids handling
WSP53AA Electric, automatic starting 70 gallons/minute Stainless steel case, non-mercury auto float switch, built-in thermal auto reset, 50-foot heavy-duty 115V cord, .375” solids handling
WSP73AA Electric, automatic starting 74 gallons/minute Stainless steel case, non-mercury auto float switch, built-in thermal auto reset, 50-foot heavy-duty 115V cord, .375” solids handling
WSP50AA Electric, automatic starting 110 gallons/minute Stainless steel case, non-mercury auto float switch, built-in thermal auto reset, 25-foot heavy-duty 115V cord, 2” solids handling
WSP100AA Electric, automatic starting 150 gallons/minute Stainless steel case, non-mercury auto float switch, built-in thermal auto reset, 25-foot heavy-duty 115V cord, 2” solids handling

Choosing the correctly sized pump for an application is equally as important as using the right type.  One of the most important factors for consideration in making the right pump choice is the total head – a   formula which equals the suction head plus the discharge head.  Static suction head is the height from where the water (or other liquid) is drawn to the pump.  Static discharge head is the height from the pump to the final destination of the liquid.  Other factors that affect total dynamic head and discharge performance include hose diameter, length, material and sprinkler or nozzle use.  Honda offers free pump calculation software and other sizing information at www.honda-pumps.com

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