If you are looking for a user-friendly and highly-efficient product for draining operations or removing dirt water from cellars due to flooding or a pipe burst, the Gardena 20000 submersible pump represents the ideal choice according to your needs and expectations.
In case pools or wells fill up with dirty water after heavy rains, or whether your garden pond needs to be pumped and drained again, this submersible pump model stands out to be a powerful tool for draining unwanted and polluted water. Any possible dirt particles in water can be treated up to 35 mm size.
The modern and attractive design and structure is mainly due to the high-quality stainless steel housing, which provides protection while using the pump underwater. Additionally, its sturdy body makes the unit suitable for a fixed installation. Thus, this pump is renowned to be particularly efficient for a number of different reasons. This submersible pump model manages to develop 750 W power, offering high performance and low power consumption.
Combined with the maximum flow height of 7 m and the pressure of 0.9 bar, the submersible power-saving pump for dirty water is intended for draining water up to a maximum of 25000 litres per hour, which is considered one of the highest standard and performance in this sector.
What is even more, the Gardena 20000 submersible pump can be directly connected to the hoses with different diameters as 32 mm (1 ¼ ", 38 mm (1 ½") or 50 mm (2 "), thanks to the use of the new easy Gardena hose connection system that allows connecting the hose with a simple click.
These pumps are suitable for transferring water (as from a tank to another filling container) or intended for "small" surface irrigation for the garden and outdoor areas. We do not guarantee the suitability for the combined use with sprinklers of different typologies or various real irrigation systems, (as they require the contribution of a qualified technician and a number of calculations in terms of flow rate, head, pressure, pipe diameters, valves, nozzles, and so on), which may require more specific types of pumps for water systems.