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Home > Pumps and Motors > Aquatec Booster & Delivery Pumps > 5800 Series Delivery Pumps

Aquatec (5853-7E12-J524) Delivery Pump; 1.7 GPM; 70/60 PSI; 3/8" JG; 120V With Chord

Aquatec (5853-7E12-J524) Delivery Pump; 1.7 GPM; 70/60 PSI; 3/8


Retail Price:: $148.33

Your Savings:: $38.33

Your Price: $110.00


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Benefits to the Aquatec 5800 series pump

  • .25 to 1.5 GPM (5 lpm) flow 
  • Up to 130 psi (9 bars) pressure 
  • Adjustable switch and bypass settings 
  • Auto purging 
  • 7 year design life 
  • Highly efficient 
  • Minimal pulsation 
  • Whisper quiet at lower flows 
  • Self priming 
  • Can run dry without damage 
  • Chemically resistant versions
Technical Specifications

OPERATION: The 5800 pump can draw water from a holding tank and pressurize it, or boost the pressure from a low pressure source. They are designed to operate intermittently, but most versions can run continuously for several hour intervals. The pumps can be operated in demand mode controlled by an integral pressure switch, or in delivery mode controlled by an external power switching device. An integral bypass may be used to limit pressure. 
POWER: The power demand varies depending on flow and pressure from 25W to 100W. Motors are available in 120 VAC. 
MOUNTING: A steel mounting base with four hollow rubber grommets is standard and included at no extra cost. The pump may be mounted in any position. 
FITTINGS: The 5800 pump is offered with integral John Guest style quick connect fitting for 3/8" OD semi rigid tubing.


Delivery pump review
Bought this pump to replace an aquatec variable speed delivery pump that was feeding RO water to an ice maker and a faucet. It was less than half the price and it seemed like it was worth a try. It was a mistake...pump cycled constantly at very low flows as in feeding the ice maker. Would require an expansion tank to make it work properly at low flows. I did not have room to mount a tank, so I went back to a variable speed pump that works fine at all flows without cycling. Quality of this pump is fine..just a misapplication on my part. Hope this helps in selecting the right pump for your application.
Reviewed by: Chuck W from Mississippi Gulf Coast. on 12/4/2012