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cattywatty


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18/10/2010 16:30

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Has any one got for sale a small submersible waterpump with float switch. Also has any one got for sale a pool cover 10 x 5 metre to suit an overflow pool



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yrys88


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18/10/2010 21:38

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We sell Hitachi waterpumps. Pls let me know what you need exactly.



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Deniz1


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19/10/2010 06:32

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Go to Dive Marine Shop at the old harbour they sell water pumps etc for boats so they are submersible.



ataturk


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19/10/2010 07:38

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If you are looking for a submersible pump for a tank room etc and dont want to dig a hole to put the pump in go to Homecentre just over the border and buy a submersible pump with a built in float switch that pumps out the water when it is only 2-3mm. The float switch is similar to the float in the modern toilets. I purchased one from the UK 100 and then saw them in Homecentre for 60 Euros



yrret


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19/10/2010 09:53

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I you are going to the UK, or have a friend coming out:



http://www.gardencentreonline.co.uk/product/submersible-search/default.html



cattywatty


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19/10/2010 11:14

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Thanks for all replies, the master has made a purchase!



susiesusie


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19/10/2010 12:42

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The picture looks like the float system in the cold water tanks usually on the ground floor .

Is the one ataturk described different. Ie with a ballcock type???.

Which one is best for example ... in consideration of the one that kicks in sooner ?

Dont want to dig a hole as that could create even more problems .

Can they be secured so they dont fall over by flooding?.

many thanks.



lifeisgood


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19/10/2010 19:27

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Susie,



What you are looking for is what I am trying to describe. You dont want to dig a hole and you want to have the pump kick in as soon as water hits the floor. This is a pump with a built in float switch not the type with the float switch on the end of a flexible cable but one that is integrated into the pump itself. This pump is best used if you plumb it in rigid meaning fixed plastic piping againt the wall and out of the tank room.



They sell them at the Homecentre



susiesusie


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21/10/2010 21:01

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excellent, will go and buy one. many thanks for the advice on the permanent pipe.



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