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Little Giant - 3-MDQX-SC Inline Pump

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Aquarium series magnetic drive pumps are specially designed to handle mildly corrosive chemicals like sea salt and handle circulation and filtration applications. The motors are thermally protected and the pumps are UL listed and CSA certified.

  • Magnetic Drive
  • Salt or Fresh Water
  • Motor: 1/15hp
  • Voltage: 115V
  • Amperage: 0.9A
  • Wattage: 100W
  • Flow Rates: 1100gph @ 1ft head; 1000gph @ 3ft head; 875gph @ 6ft head; 590gph @ 10ft head
  • Inlet/Outlet: 1in FNPT / 1in MNPT
  • Max Head: 14ft
  • Max PSI: 6.1
  • Shut-Off Head: 14ft
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 11.9in x 4in x 5.3in
  • Cord Length: 6ft
Warranty: 12 month manufacturer warranty from date of purchase on these pumps.




Product Manuals & Documentation

Little Giant - 3-MDQX-SC Inline Pump

Owner's Manual available for download in Adobe PDF file format

Little Giant - 3-MDQX-SC Inline Pump

Additional Info 1 available for download in Adobe PDF file format

Manufacturer Info

The origins of Little Giant date back to 1941, with the world`s first "self-contained electric motor-driven submersible pump". Called "a submersible vaporizer," this unique, patented pump design became the cornerstone for hundreds of different pump models Little Giant Pump Company manufactures and ships worldwide today. In fact, derivatives of that basic "self-contained electric motor-driven submersible pump" have become the standard for quality and reliability in water transfer applications throughout the world.

ZACHARY OSTROFF from ST PETE BEACH, FL UNITED STATE

11/19/2015

Experience Level: Intermediate

Reliable

I inherited a 4-MDQX-SC that had been run on a reef system for a decade. It had never been cleaned, nor had it even been oiled (owner had no idea), but it still runs reliably without a hiccup. It's gained a bit of a cyclic hum in its old age, but I am pleasantly surprised by the amount of neglect this thing took without complaint.

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