AGP-HC200 2HP Grinder Pump Specifications
The 2HP Grinder Pump operates at 2 horsepower. It is the simplest grinder pump available for a pressure system. This grinder pump sports a 10 vane brass vortex impeller to ensure proper wastewater consistency. The power cords are built to be quickly changed so no building spends a significant amount of time without a pump. The Ashland grinder pump is built for horizontal or vertical discharge, maximizing its versatility. Some other perks of the Ashland design include the following:
- Viton o-rings
- 440C SS Hybrid cutting system
- Double row angular contact lower bearing
AGP300 3HP Grinder Pump Specifications
This grinder pump boasts all the assets of the AGP-HC200 but with a higher horsepower, allowing it to handle even more. For businesses and homes looking for an upgrade, the AGP300 3HP Grinder Pump is the perfect match of simplicity and higher power.
All Ashland grinder pumps are made from compact designs. The AGP300 is roughly 30.25 by 12 inches. This smaller size allows for more versatility in placement and installation that guarantees Ashland grinder pumps to be a good choice for any size building or property.
AGP500 5HP Grinder Pump Specifications
Ashland grinder pumps are great for single pump systems, or multiple pump systems with extreme pressure demands. These higher pressure demands are handled by the centrifugal design and higher horsepower levels. Depending on the demand, Ashland pumps can be purchased with dual-stage designs.
AGP750 7.5HP Grinder Pump Specifications
This is the most industrial grinder pump Ashland has to offer. With 7.5 horsepower, it is built to handle even the highest pressure demands from high occupancy plumbing systems. The AGP750 Grinder Pump combines the elegance of the simplest home pump design with the strength of an industrial grinder. It includes all the benefits of the previous grinder pumps but is more powerful. This grinder pump provides the ultimate experience in efficiency and elegance of design, drastically lowering the risk of septic system problems due to debris or backups.