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Submersible Well Pumps


Submersible Well Pumps

Jet Pumps


Submersible pumps for 4" wells. 100% factory tested.

  • Features and Benefits

    Submersible Well Pumps

    Submersible pumps for 4″ wells.

    What Is a Submersible Well Pump?

    A submersible well pump is underground and completely in a water reservoir. It relies on pressurized water rather than suction to move water to the surface. The pump sends excess water to an above-ground well pressure tank, which is generally part of your home’s plumbing system. The pump works when it’s totally covered in water. The impellers move water into the surface storage tank, and water then goes into the home plumbing system, with an adapter regulating the access to the well.

    Unlike a jet pump, a submersible pump doesn’t come with a pressure tank. It does include a pump motor, an internal check valve, and a water pump. The main difference between jet and submersible pumps is that the latter pushes water up while jet pumps pull. It takes less energy to push, so a submersible pump is better for a deep well.

    You may decide what type you want based on how deep your well is. Generally speaking, 25 feet is considered shallow. If it is 25 to 400 feet long, a submersible pump may be the best choice. You can look at the well driller’s report to get the exact measurement information.

    Features of Our Submersible Well Pumps

    Draw water from your well for your home or farm with these submersible well pumps.

    These pumps install below ground and can pull water from a depth of up to 325′. You also enjoy great versatility and value with our Submersible well pumps:

    • Available in 1/2, 3/4, and 1 HP, these pumps can provide water up to 26 GPM for small to medium-sized homes.
    • These pumps are wired for 115 or 230 volts in 2-wire or 3-wire (plus ground). 3-Wire pumps require a control box (purchased separately) to operate.
    • The rugged pump housing features a 1-1/4″ discharge and safety rope eyelet for lowering the pump into the well.
    • Instructions and a convenient quick start guide are included for easy installation and operation.
    • 100% Factory tested
    • 1-year limited warranty
    • Control Boxes for Well Pumps

    The Benefits of Submersible Well Pumps

    You enjoy many advantages when you choose a submersible pump, including:

    • They thrive in any climate, including mountainous or dry.
    • They work at great depth.
    • They self-prime, which makes the process faster.
    • They use less energy because it takes less energy to use submersible pumps since they rely on pushing and gravity to move water.
    • They require almost no maintenance.
    • They last for decades as long as your water’s sediment levels are low.

    Contact Zoeller at Home to Make Your Purchase Today

    Zoeller at Home is a family-owned business, and we enjoy doing business with you. Our products are known for their superior craftsmanship and dependability. We also provide exceptional customer service to help you each day. Place your order for our Submersible Well Pumps today or get in touch with our team to learn more.

  • Product Specifications
    Part # HP GPM Volts Wire Discharge Well Depth Control Box Required
    1450-0009 1/2 12 230 3 1-1/4″ 125 1010-2336
    1450-0010 1/2 12 115 2 1-1/4″ 125 Not Required
    1450-0011 1/2 12 230 2 1-1/4″ 125 Not Required
    1451-0006 3/4 12 230 3 1-1/4″ 250 1010-2337
    1451-0007 3/4 12 230 2 1-1/4 250 Not Required
    1452-0005 1 12 230 3 1-1/4″ 325 1010-2338
    1452-0006 1 12 230 2 1-1/4″ 325 Not Required
    1452-0007 1 18 230 3 1-1/4″ 150 1010-2338
    1452-0008 1 18 230 2 1-1/4″ 150 Not Required
    1453-0004 1 26 230 2 1-1/4″ 80 Not Required
  • Support Documents

Submersible Well Pumps

Submersible pumps for 4″ wells.

What Is a Submersible Well Pump?

A submersible well pump is underground and completely in a water reservoir. It relies on pressurized water rather than suction to move water to the surface. The pump sends excess water to an above-ground well pressure tank, which is generally part of your home’s plumbing system. The pump works when it’s totally covered in water. The impellers move water into the surface storage tank, and water then goes into the home plumbing system, with an adapter regulating the access to the well.

Unlike a jet pump, a submersible pump doesn’t come with a pressure tank. It does include a pump motor, an internal check valve, and a water pump. The main difference between jet and submersible pumps is that the latter pushes water up while jet pumps pull. It takes less energy to push, so a submersible pump is better for a deep well.

You may decide what type you want based on how deep your well is. Generally speaking, 25 feet is considered shallow. If it is 25 to 400 feet long, a submersible pump may be the best choice. You can look at the well driller’s report to get the exact measurement information.

Features of Our Submersible Well Pumps

Draw water from your well for your home or farm with these submersible well pumps.

These pumps install below ground and can pull water from a depth of up to 325′. You also enjoy great versatility and value with our Submersible well pumps:

  • Available in 1/2, 3/4, and 1 HP, these pumps can provide water up to 26 GPM for small to medium-sized homes.
  • These pumps are wired for 115 or 230 volts in 2-wire or 3-wire (plus ground). 3-Wire pumps require a control box (purchased separately) to operate.
  • The rugged pump housing features a 1-1/4″ discharge and safety rope eyelet for lowering the pump into the well.
  • Instructions and a convenient quick start guide are included for easy installation and operation.
  • 100% Factory tested
  • 1-year limited warranty
  • Control Boxes for Well Pumps

The Benefits of Submersible Well Pumps

You enjoy many advantages when you choose a submersible pump, including:

  • They thrive in any climate, including mountainous or dry.
  • They work at great depth.
  • They self-prime, which makes the process faster.
  • They use less energy because it takes less energy to use submersible pumps since they rely on pushing and gravity to move water.
  • They require almost no maintenance.
  • They last for decades as long as your water’s sediment levels are low.

Contact Zoeller at Home to Make Your Purchase Today

Zoeller at Home is a family-owned business, and we enjoy doing business with you. Our products are known for their superior craftsmanship and dependability. We also provide exceptional customer service to help you each day. Place your order for our Submersible Well Pumps today or get in touch with our team to learn more.

Part # HP GPM Volts Wire Discharge Well Depth Control Box Required
1450-0009 1/2 12 230 3 1-1/4″ 125 1010-2336
1450-0010 1/2 12 115 2 1-1/4″ 125 Not Required
1450-0011 1/2 12 230 2 1-1/4″ 125 Not Required
1451-0006 3/4 12 230 3 1-1/4″ 250 1010-2337
1451-0007 3/4 12 230 2 1-1/4 250 Not Required
1452-0005 1 12 230 3 1-1/4″ 325 1010-2338
1452-0006 1 12 230 2 1-1/4″ 325 Not Required
1452-0007 1 18 230 3 1-1/4″ 150 1010-2338
1452-0008 1 18 230 2 1-1/4″ 150 Not Required
1453-0004 1 26 230 2 1-1/4″ 80 Not Required