Tidalwave TT-Series Pump 5000 GPH
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• Asynchronous Pumps combing the efficiency of Magnetic Induction with the power of Direct Drive geometry, keeping operating and ownerships costs to a minimum.
• Atlantic TT-Series pump more water for less watts, making them the ideal pump choice for water gardens and continuously operated water features.
• Compact design fits the tightest pump chambers, perfect for vertical, and multiple pump operations.
• Excellent resistance to fouling in hard water environments and simple maintenance keeps pumps running in adverse conditions.
• Ribs and large openings in pre-filter and handle provide tremendous surface area for greater clog resistance, decreasing upkeep and increasing pump life.
• Not recommended for salt water use
Inlet: 2 inch MIPT
Oulet: 2 inch FIPT
Cord: 20 feet
Dimensions: 9-1/4 x 6 x 7 inches
Outlet fitting: 2 inch insert
Max Flow at 0 Feet: 5150 GPH
Flow at 5 Feet: 4255 GPH
Flow at 10 Feet: 3170 GPH
Flow at 15 Feet: 1615 GPH
Flow at 20 Feet: 395 GPH
3 Year warranty
• Large threaded inlet and outlet for less restriction and greater flows
• Quarter-turn volute provides access to impeller without the use of tools
• Heavy-duty pre-filter locks in place. Large openings and increased surface area resist clogging
• Three-vane hybrid impeller improves flaws and passes solids easily
• Additional perforations in handle provide greater surface area
• Energy efficient asynchronous motor is up to 30% more efficient than the competition
• All models feature 20 foot cord and three year warranty
The rotors of asynchronous TidalWave Pumps are water cooled, with a screen keep grit out of the rotor chamber. Regular cleaning and maintenance is the best way to get the most out of your pump, especially in harsh environments. In areas with very hard water, calcification (limescale) can build up around the impeller assembly or motor housing of TT-Series pumps, leading to overheating or even seizing. Clean your pump after the first month of operation to determine how often you will need to perform maintenance.
1. Unlock the latches on either side of the pre-filter by pulling outward from the pump handle. Slide the pre-filter off the expose the volute.
2. Remove the volute by rotating counterclockwise one quarter turn while pulling lightly outward from the pump body.
3. Inspect to O-ring for nicks or breaks.
4. Inspect the impeller and remove any debris that may be present.
5. A stainless steel screen located behind the impeller draws water in to cool the rotor. If the screen becomes blocked the pump may overheat. Inspective screen and remove any accumulated debris.
6. Spin the impeller. If the impeller is difficult to turn, feels gritty, or a grinding noise is evident the rotor chamber, remove and clean the rotor.
7. Reassemble. Lubricate o-ring with 100% silicone geese if needed.
Removing the rotor:
The rotor must be unlocked using the built in wrench located on the bottom of the pre filter before it can be removed from the rotor chamber. Slide the impeller wrench behind the impeller and engage two of the locking posts located on the face of the rotor. Push the wrench tightly against the rotor face and rotate counterclockwise one quarter turn. Once unlocked, remove the rotor by pulling the impeller outward from the pump body.