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• 12V DC
• 3.3 gpm open flow
• 20 psi on / 35 psi off pressure
• 3.9 amp draw @ 10 psi
• Self-priming up to 7.8' vertical lift
• Four-piston design delivers higher flow rates
• Quick-connect plug-in ports for easy installation
• Pressure-switch control to run the pump only as needed
• Flojet model 4405 143
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Q:My Pump comes on as I open a faucet and turns off when the faucet is turned off. The cut in pressure and cut off pressure adjustment seem to be the same, or could there be something else going on? Is it possible to readjust the pressure settings?Asked on 6/9/2015 by Captn Brad from Seattle, WA
A:Thank you for your question. Pressure settings are controlled by the pressure switch, which to my knowledge, it not user adjustable.Answered on 6/12/2015 by Anonymous
Q:What is the lowest amount of input PSI that will trigger the activation of the pump? I am considering using this to boost the water pressure from a rain barrel.Asked on 5/5/2015 by John from Detroit
The Flojet Water System Pump has a setting of 35psi.
SteveAnswered on 5/6/2015 by Anonymous
Q:Could I use this in a 500 gallon tank and plumb it to my water main? Would the pump turn on/off when I open/close a faucet?Asked on 4/27/2015 by Gavin from Ohio
Yes. You can plumb this FloJet into your water main and it will function when the faucet is turned on. If the pump "knocks"/vibrates and the pressure is too low, then you may have to add a accumulator tank.
SteveAnswered on 4/28/2015 by Anonymous
Q:FloJet 4405 143 Quiet Quad Water System Pump with Bypass by Flojet
I need a pump to deliver tank/bottle water to a refrigerator (ice maker and water spigot). If my tank runs empty will this pump shut off when dry?
Drew G.Asked on 4/20/2015 by Drew from Buffalo,Ny
A:Thank you for your question.
Pump turns off and on with outlet pressure---so it will still run once the supply is empty as long as the outlet demand is still there.Answered on 4/20/2015 by Anonymous