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Water Master™ Pumps

professionally engineered for 24/7 reliability

CLEAR

WMC1200

WMC1740

WMC2220

WMC3960

5 ½” x 10 ½”

5 ½” x 10 ½”

5 ½” x 10 ½”

5 ½” x 12”

Amps

1.6

1.6

2.4

5.7

Watts

176

176

240

560

Volts

115

115

115

115

1-1/4” (1-1/2” w/ elbow)

1-1/4” (1-1/2” w/ elbow)

1-1/4” (1-1/2” w/ elbow)

1-1/4” (1-1/2” w/ elbow)

60

60

60

60

1,200 gph

1,740 gph

2,220 gph

3,960 gph

20’

20’

23’

31’

Dimensions

Outlet Hertz Max Flow Max Head $ to Operate*

53¢ / day

53¢ / day

81¢ / day

$1.93 / day

*Cost per day based on National Average 11.43¢ / kilowatt hour, 10/08

Savio Water Master™ Clear Pumps create dramatic waterfalls and water features. These pumps provide durability and reliability at an affordable price point. Water Master series pumps utilize a wear-resistant ceramic coated shaft, heavy-duty sealed bearings and feature three redundant lip seals for increased life span and dependability you can count on. Housings and internal components are completely non-corrosive. All Water Master series pumps are oil-less for fish and plant safety. Each Water Master Clear Pump is factory tested prior to shipment.

Savio Water Master™ Pumps are recommended for use in Skimmerfilters® and Pond Free® systems.

Code

Item

WMC1200

Water Master Clear 1200 gph

Case 4

WMC1740

Water Master Clear 1740 gph

4

WMC2220

Water Master Clear 2220 gph

4

WMC3960

Water Master Clear 3960 gph

4

What do these charts really mean? Max Head Pressure (in feet)

30 25 20 15 WMC3960

10 5 0

18

WMC2220 WMC1740 WMC1200

500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 Water Master Clear Flow Rates (in gallons per hour)

These charts tell you the flow rate of water after your pump is installed. You can see that as head pressure goes up, gallons per hour goes down. But how do you figure out head pressure? Well, a good estimate is using the Rise (the difference in height from the water level in the pond to its final outlet), and Run (the length of hose you will need to move the water from the pump to the outlet). For each foot of Rise, add 1 foot of head pressure. For every 10 feet of run, add 1 feet of head pressure. Also, for each elbow, add 5 foot of head pressure. To calculate the head pressure in the illustration to the right, add 3 feet for rise, 2 feet for run and 2 feet for the elbows, which equals 15 feet of head pressure.

Rise = 3’

2011 Savio Catalog  

Savio Engineering On Line Catalog

2011 Savio Catalog  

Savio Engineering On Line Catalog

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