KegLand Submersible Water Pump

  • Item #E88
  • Price: $29.99
  • Part #KL15936
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In stock, will ship on Sunday, December 4

This 110 volt submersible water pump is perfect for running cooling water or for use with a keg washer. It features a ½" female thread port to accept standard 1/2" NPT male hose barbs, pipe fittings, etc. It also is a direct replacement fit for Mark's Kegwasher and KegLand Bucket Blaster.

Or put it in a bucket with ice water and use it to recirculate water for a wort chiller or KegLand Temp Twister Cooling Coil (connect with 3/8" tubing). Suction cups hold the base of the pump to the bottom of the bucket. Eight gallons per minute maximum flow, and it will pump up to 10' high (at a reduced flow). It features a butterfly valve on its inlet, so you can adjust the flow. It features a 6' power cord. 4" tall, 4¼" long, and 3" wide.

Important Notice: This should be plugged into a GFCI outlet for safety. Not for use in swimming pools, baths,  or hot tubs. This is not a food grade pump, and is not rated for pumping food grade fluids except for water. It also cannot handle high temperatures, and should not be used at temperatures exceeding 130° F.

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Average rating 5 out of 10 ( based on 2 reviews )

construction could be better

Review by Christopher Schaeffer on 8/28/2022

I bought this to replace the identical pump that came with my bucket blaster. the original cleaned less than 100 kegs and carboys before failing. the 1st time I used this one it slipped out of my hands and fell 2 feet to the floor. the end piece of the case broke off. it's still usable as is and if I need to replace the case at least I still have the old one to scavenge parts from.

Kegland Submersible Water Pump

Review by Eric Trotter on 6/9/2022

This is a reasonably-priced pump that works adequately- pumping enough cooling water volume to maintain ferment temps at least 20 degrees below ambient in a 10-gallon fermentation, until.... the very cheaply-constructed (thus, the low price point?) plastic shaft that connects the magnetic drive to the pump propeller BREAKS! This break happened for me when I started the pump for only my third use/third brew. There were no closed valves, nor other causes of abnormally heavy load on the pump. Perhaps similar-sized submersible pumps that are installed in landscaping water fountains are better constructed, much more durable and long-lived for home brewing fermentation cooling applications. William's Brewing Responds: Sorry to hear of this, please contact service@williamsbrewing.com or call 800-759-6025 for replacement of this defective item. This is the same pump used in both Mark's Carboy Washer and the KegLand Bucket Blaster.

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