FloJet 4405 143 Quiet Quad Water System Pump with Bypass
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FloJet 4405 143 Quiet Quad Water System Pump with Bypass
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FloJet 4405 143 Quiet Quad Water System Pump with Bypass

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Item No. 317697
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The FloJet Quiet Quad water system pump with bypass delivers smooth steady water flow without the need for an accumulator tank. Special internal bypass eliminates pulsating water and pressure switch chatter. This FloJet pump is designed for up to 5 fixtures. Runs dry without risk of damage. Includes plug-in ports for easy installation. 3.75"H x 6.3"W x 8.2"L.

• 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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  • Internal bypass
  • Self-priming up to 7.8' vertical lift
  • Runs dry without risk of damage
  • Includes plug-in ports for easy installation
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    what strainer do you use for the Flojet Quiet Quad 4405-143

    Asked by: kevin on norman
    Per the manufacturer strainer numbers 1740-012, 1740-002, 1740-004, and 1740-014 would work. Unfortunately we do not carry those models.
    Answered by: Amanda
    Date published: 2017-08-23

    Can I buy parts for this thing?

    Asked by: Radarman8
    We do not carry individual parts for the FloJet 4405 143 Quiet Quad Water System Pump with Bypass. You may want to contact the manufacturer.
    Answered by: Product Specialist
    Date published: 2017-05-26

    looking to pump water from lake to help wash off dock. Id say 3ft up from lake level to dock. Will this work? I don't see where it lists hp. Is this .5hp. 1.5hp? Also would I be able to have it pump water up and feed a power washer?

    Asked by: wp1
    This pump is not what you need based on your description. The manufacturer is suggesting the Jabsco Hotshot Series 12V Automatic High Pressure Washdown Pump (Item # 95958).
    Answered by: Steve
    Date published: 2016-09-27

    What is the difference between the Flojet 4405-143 and 4406-143 models besides the price?

    Asked by: Bigmac
    The 4406-143 can be wired in either a 12-volt or 24-volt system.
    Answered by: Steve
    Date published: 2017-09-04

    How much do I need to tighten the mounting screws, seems to be louder than I expected

    Asked by: Save10scott
    The mounting screws should be securely tightened by hand and not an air impact tool.
    Answered by: Steve
    Date published: 2017-01-27

    Is this for fresh water only or is it rated for salt water as well?

    Asked by: dp
    Hello DP, No. The FloJet Water Pump is not rated for saltwater. Thank you, Steve
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2015-09-23

    the manual says not to use a accumulator with this pump,but the boat came with one. it now pumps as soon as you open up the faucet, were it didn't before. i was going to pressure up the accumulator, is that going to damage the pump?

    Asked by: airgar
    Hello Airgar, Bypass Type of pumps come with an Internal Bypass Valve on the Discharge Side of the pump which would allow the Pump to run against a Closed or Partially Closed Discharge and not be damage. But with the 4405-Series pump it is an on demand type of pump with a Bypass Valve on the Discharge side works differently in this case what it does is absorb the normal pulsation that you get in Diaphragm type of pumps, but when you have an Accumulator Tank which does the same as this bypass valve, in this what will happen they both will fight each other and cause a Water Hammer effect and will ultimately cause the pump to fail. Thank you, Steve
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2017-09-12

    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 by: Captn Brad
    Thank you for your question. Pressure settings are controlled by the pressure switch, which to my knowledge, it not user adjustable.
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2015-09-23
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