Simpson 80227 Simpson SDP01 Dewatering Pump *DISCONTINUED*

    By Simpson | Mfr#: 80227 | Tiger#: TS48964


    • Flow rate up to 30 gallons per minute
    • Fuel type: SAE10W-30 oil
    • Inlet and outlet diameter: 1-inch
    • Simpson S35 gas engine
    • Fuel capacity: up to 0.1 gallons
    • Maximum head: 95 feet
    • Suction head: 16 feet
    • EPA/CARB compliant
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    List Price: $258.00
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    Overview for Simpson 80227 Simpson SDP01 Dewatering Pump

    Useful in both indoor and outdoor applications, the Simpson SDP01 Dewatering Pump is an effective tool for extracting water from a specific area. It is ideal for use in various operations including boat maintenance, home flooding, irrigation, light construction, pool maintenance, fountains, water transport and other applications that need water isolation. This pump features a Simpson S35 gas engine that uses SAE10W-30 oil type for optimum performance.

    The SDP01 includes an aluminum impeller volute to ensure lasting performance. With a 1-inch inlet and outlet diameter, this dewatering pump features a high flow rate of up to 30 gallons per minute. Also, it has a maximum head of 95 feet and distance from the water source to the pump of 16 feet. Plus, this dewatering pump has a fuel tank capacity of up to 0.1 gallons.

    This Simpson pump is constructed of an aluminum material with a steel base plate with rubber feet which separates insulation when doing the job. Lightweight at 25 pounds, it also includes a transportation handle that makes the pump easier to move, store or relocate. In addition, the SDP01 is EPA/CARB compliant.

    Please Note: Engine oil is not included.

    With CARB Certification

    CARB (California Air Resource Board) deals with environmental protection specifically preventing air pollution. Simpson dewatering pumps with this certification are in compliance with the standards that prevent emissions that are harmful to the ecosystem.