StormPro Battery Backup Sump Pump System and Battery (2100 GPH @ 10')

StormPro Battery Backup Sump Pump System and Battery (2100 GPH @ 10')
Model: SPD-STORMPRODCKIT
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Features
Features
  • Complete DC Battery Back Sump Pump System
  • 2100 GPH @ 10' Lift
  • 12V Heavy-Duty Sump Pump
  • Heavy-Duty adjustable vertical float switch
  • Pump base keeps pump off the bottom of the basin to avoid clogs
  • 8 Amp High Output Charger Unit
  • Processor based charger that won't damage deep cycle batteries
  • Built-In Alarm and Indicator Lights
  • Let's you know the status of your system at all times
  • INCLUDES ONE Deep Cycle Maintenance Free AGM Battery
Specifications
Features
Features
  • Complete DC Battery Back Sump Pump System
  • 2100 GPH @ 10' Lift
  • 12V Heavy-Duty Sump Pump
  • Heavy-Duty adjustable vertical float switch
  • Pump base keeps pump off the bottom of the basin to avoid clogs
  • 8 Amp High Output Charger Unit
  • Processor based charger that won't damage deep cycle batteries
  • Built-In Alarm and Indicator Lights
  • Let's you know the status of your system at all times
  • INCLUDES ONE Deep Cycle Maintenance Free AGM Battery
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What is the size of the StormPro 2100 DC base that must be placed in the sump pit?
Bryce Connors 
from Massachusetts 
January 30, 2011
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The base of the pump is 7-3/8" by 5-1/2".
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I have a ten year old home in Minnesota without a backup sump pump. Am I nearing the end of the pumps life and should be looking at both a primary and backup or just a backup. I haven't used the running time guide, but the unit operates all year, maybe once every few hours and lifts probably ten feet with a two inch pipe. Thanks in advance.
Ivan Pollock 
from Minnesota 
January 10, 2011
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After 10 years of operation, it would probably be a good idea to replace your pump. Your current pump might be just fine, but it's only as good as the last storm it gets your through.

Having a primary and backup system can provide the best protection during weather events or power outages. Now would be a great time to replace/upgrade your current system.
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