Dewatering Pumps - Superior Equipment & Supplies

Dewatering Pumps
Centrifugal and
Diaphragm Models
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Centrifugal Pumps
Discharge port easily
rotated 180° by removing
four bolts.
Tubular steel frame protects
pump and engine from damage.
Self-priming design.
Simply fill the casing with
water and you’re pumping
in seconds.
Stainless steel hardware
minimizes corrosion and
potential disassembly
problems.
Cast aluminum body.
Lightweight design for easy
handling.
Cast iron nipples for
durability. They’re easily
replaced if threads are
damaged.
Oil Alert automatically
shuts down the engine if
the oil level is insufficient
for safe operation.
Plastic fill and drain
plugs eliminate corrosion
between plugs and casing.
Internal wearing parts
— volute and impeller are
manufactured of cast iron
for abrasion resistance
and long life.
QP204H
2" x 2"
3.5 HP Honda*
Up to 142 gpm
The versatile,
dependable choice for
dewatering applications.
Our versatile centrifugal pumps are designed to handle all types
of clear water applications. Economical and dependable, they are
suitable for construction, municipal and agricultural applications.
They are also ideal for residential use such as dewatering basements and swimming pools.
Economical
Our simple design keeps weight to a minimum while delivering
maximum flow. Additionally, overhead valve engines deliver
peak performance and minimize fuel consumption.
Wear Parts
Both the impeller and volute are made of cast ductile iron for
maximum life. Silicon/Carbide & Carbon/Ceramic mechanical
seals provide resistance against wear.
Light Weight
Pump casings are die cast aluminum for durability and light
weight.
Choice of Popular Engines
Robin and Honda OHV gasoline engines power MQ Centrifugal
Pumps. They provide dependability and low maintenance.
Oil Alert
Standard on gasoline powered pumps; automatically shuts the
engine down if the oil level is insufficient for safe operation.
Wraparound Frames
MQ Centrifugal Pumps include a heavy duty tubular steel frame
for easy portability and component protection.
Strainers
Included with all models to prevent clogging. Prevents entry of
solids larger than what the pump is capable of handling.
Wheel Kits
Optionally available wheel kits are easily installed and simplify
mobility on the job site.
Centrifugal Pumps
QP402H
4" x 4"
7.1 HP Honda*
Up to 425 gpm
QP303H
3" x 3"
4.8 HP Honda*
Up to 245 gpm
Diaphragm Pump — Suction Stroke
Standard Centrifugal Pumps provide an economical choice
for general purpose dewatering. Centrifugal pumps uses a directmounted impeller to move the water by creating a partial vacuum.
The velocity of the rotating impeller pressurizes the water through the
discharge. These pumps should be used in clear water applications
with limited solids, up to about 10% volume of solids with a maximum
solid size of ¼ of the diameter of the pump ports.
High Pressure Centrifugal Pumps are designed to be
used in applications requiring high discharge pressures and lower
flows than standard centrifugal pumps. Used primarily for equipment
wash-down, jetting, agricultural spraying, emergency stand-by fire
fighting pumps and as prime movers for water trailers. These should
be used in clear water applications with limited solids, up to about
10% volume of solids with a maximum solid size of ¼ of the diameter
of the pump ports. Clear water only is needed for these pumps.
Diaphragm Pump — Discharge Stroke
Diaphragm Pumps use a positive displacement design rather
than centrifugal force to move water through the casing. This means
that the pump will deliver a specific amount of flow per stroke,
revolution or cycle. Diaphragm pumps can be used with muddy
water, up to 30% solids by weight.
High Pressure Centrifugal Pumps
These pumps offer a wide-range of application
uses for moving water. The 205SLT meets the
new U.S. Coast Guard standard for a portable
fire-fighting pump (49 CFR Ch. 1 173.220).
The QP205SLT shares the same pump end
design as the SP305SLT. It has a dual impeller
system consisting of an open cast iron impeller
that feeds to a closed aluminum impeller.
QP205SH
2" Suction;
Two 1" and One 1½" Discharge
4.8 HP Honda*
Up to 106 gpm
All three models come with the same discharge
manifold configuration as the other high
pressure models, 1 each 1.5" and 2 each 1"
discharge ports. A number of the parts for
the QP205SLT are interchangeable with the
QP205SH and the QP305SLT.
These models can be used in a large number
of applications from firefighting to jetting to
provide a means to presurize a water system
for temporary use. The QP205SH is a great
choice for a new water trailer or as a pump
replacement for a water trailer.
QP205SLT
2" Suction;
Two 1" and One 1½" Discharge
7.1 HP Honda*
Up to 126 gpm
Versatile
These compact centrifugal pumps are
ideal for residential, agricultural and
construction applications.
Performance
Produces up to 145 gallons per
minute.
High Pressure
High pressure — up to 147 psi — is
achieved through the unique design of
its closed impeller and volute.
Three Discharge Ports
QP305SLT
3" Suction;
Two 1" and One 1½" Discharge
19.5 HP Honda
Up to 145 gpm
Two 1" and one 1½" ports may be
used inde­pendently or simul­taneously
depending on your needs. Tethered
caps are pro­vided for each port.
Accessories Available:
■ 1.!/2" high pressure hose — 50 ft.
lengths, quick connect coupler
■ 1.!/2" adjustable fire nozzle —
NPT
■ Kit 305SD — 3" Single Dis­charge
Kit (for QP-305SLT)
■ Kit 205SD — 2" Single Dis­charge Kit
(for QP-205SH and QP-205SLT)
Great for
wild fire
protection !
Applications
nJetting
nIrrigation
of heavy equipment in
the field
nDust control
nWater truck/water trailer — OEM
sales
nTemporary pressurize...
Water sprinkler systems
New golf courses
Greenhouses
Fire sprinkler systems
nWater-main testing (up to 142 psi)
nHigh-head applications (up to
328 ft.)
nFire fighting
Volunteer fire departments
Brush fires, BLM, other agencies
Water relay
Home use in high fire-danger areas
nWashing
Diaphragm Pumps
MQD3H
3" x 3"
3.5 HP Honda*
Up to 90 gpm
Positive displacement design
for quick, easy priming.
Built-in gear reduction allows
use of engines with standard
parallel-keyed shafts.
Large flapper valves
with readily replaceable
seats.
Cast aluminum pump
body for reduced weight.
Job site workhorses.
Long a favorite of the rental industry,
Multiquip diaphragm pumps deliver
dependable performance and low
maintenance in an economical
package. They are ideal for the slow
seepage applications where a centrifugal
pump would ordinarily lose its prime. They
are perfect for muddy water, sludge or any
water with a high percentage of solids.
MQD2H
2" x 2"
3.5 HP Honda*
Up to 50 gpm
Pump Output Curves
Positive Displacement Design
2" and 3" models feature a positive
displacement design for quick, easy
priming.
MQD3H
Oil Bath Transmission
Includes built-in 6:1 gear reduction —
allows use of engines with standard
parallel-keyed shafts.
Engines
Dependable, easy starting Honda overhead
valve (OHV) engines.
Wheel Kits
Standard on both units.
MQD2H
Pump Output Curves
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What You Should Know When Ordering a Pump
Your first concern is to pump water. Before making that
telephone call to order your pump, there are a number
of questions that need to be answered. The pump
supplier wants to make certain that you get the pump
you need. Knowing the answers to these questions will
make their job easier and your ordering process much
faster — and you’ll know that you have the correct pump
for your job.
nWhat is your application? Describe your pumping
application, what is it that you need to do with the
pump.
nWhat is the liquid that you are pumping? If it is
water, then describe the condition of the water and if
you are pumping any solids or sand. Is it hot water?
If it is something other than water, be very specific
about the liquid and its properties.
nAre you looking for an approximate flow? Gallons
per minute or per hour.
nWhat is the height from the surface of the water
you are pumping from to the pump?
nWhat is the length and diameter of your discharge
hose/pipe?
nIs there any vertical rise in the discharge hose?
If so, what is the vertical distance from the pump to
where the water is discharging, or the highest point
along the discharge hose.
nAre you using rubber/PVC water hoses, steel
pipe, or PVC pipe?
There can be more questions but these few will give you
a good start in getting the correct pump for your job.
Centrifugal and High Pressure pump outputs and maximum head at a glance.
Dewatering Pump Specifications
Model
Suction x
Discharge in
(mm)
Max.
Capacity
gpm (l)
Max.
Lift
ft
(m)
Max.
Head
ft
(m)
Max.
Press.
psi
(kPa)
Max.
Solids
in
(mm)
Engine
HP
(kW)*
RPM
Fuel
Starting
Capacity
Method
Qt. (l)
Wheel
Kit
(option)
Dimensions
LxWxH in (mm)
Dry
Weight
lb (kg)
CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS
2x2
(51 x 51)
142
(538)
25
(7.6)
108
(33)
46.8
(323)
0.5
(13)
Robin
EX-130
4.3
(3.2)
3600
2.8
(2.7)
Recoil
UWK
19.5x14.6x17.0
(495x370x433)
53
(24)
QP204H
2x2
(51 x 51)
142
(538)
25
(7.6)
108
(33)
46.8
(323)
0.5
(13)
Honda
GX-120
3.5
(2.6)
3600
2.6
(2.5)
Recoil
UWK
19.0x14.0x16.0
(480x350x400)
57
(26)
QP303H
3x3
(76 x 76)
245
(931)
25
(7.6)
98
(30)
42.4
(293)
0.75
(19)
Honda
GX-160
4.8
(3.6)
3600
3.8
(3.6)
Recoil
UWK
21.3x14.3x18.0
(540x360x450)
77
(35)
QP402H
4x4
(101 x 101)
425
(1615)
25
(7.6)
100
(30)
43.3
(299)
1.0
(25)
Honda
GX-240
7.1
(5.3)
3600
6.3
(6)
Recoil
UWK
30.0x19.0x24.3
(760x480x610)
145
(65)
HIGH PRESSURE PUMPS
QP205SH
2 suc. x
1½x1x1
discharge
(51 suc. x
38x25x25
dis.)
106
(401)
25
(7.6)
230
(70)
100
(690)
0.18
(6)
Honda
GX-160
4.8
(3.6)
3600
3.8
(3.6)
Recoil
UWK
20.0x15.0x16.5
(510x380x420)
64
(29)
QP205SLT
2 suc. x
1½x1x1
discharge
(51 suc. x
38x25x25
dis.)
126
(479)
25
(7.6)
312
(95)
135
(932)
0.18
(6)
Honda
GX-240
7.1
(5.3)
3600
6.3
(6)
Recoil
UWK
25.2x18.9x23.2
(640x480x590)
99
(45)
QP305SLT
3 suc. x 1½
x1x1
discharge
(76 suc. x
38x25x25
dis.)
145
(550)
25
(7.6)
328
(100)
142
(980)
0.18
(6)
Honda
GX340
9.5
(7.1)
3600
6.3
(6)
Recoil
UWK
28.0x20.5x23.8
(710x520x605)
110
(50)
DIAPHRAGM PUMPS
MQD2H
2x2
(51 x 51)
50
(189)
25
(7.6)
50
(15)
x
1.0
(25)
Honda
GX-120
3.5
(2.6)
3600
2.6
(2.5)
Recoil
41.5x30.0x22.0
Included (1054x762x559)
138
(61)
MQD3H
3x3
(76 x 76)
90
(342)
25
(7.6)
50
(15)
x
1.5
(38)
Honda
GX-120
3.5
(2.6)
3600
2.6
(2.5)
Recoil
41.5x30.0x22.0
Included (1054x762x559)
139
(62)
* Engine power ratings are calculated by the individual engine manufacturer and the rating
method may vary among engine manufacturers. Multiquip Inc. and its subsidiary companies
makes no claim, representation or warranty as to the power rating of the engine on this
equipment and disclaims any responsibility or liability of any kind whatsoever with respect to
the accuracy of the engine power rating. Users are advised to consult the engine manufacturer’s
owners manual and its website for specific information regarding the engine power rating.
Your Multiquip dealer is:
MULTIQUIP INC.
All features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
MQPUMPCENT Rev. E (01-08)
POST OFFICE BOX 6254
CARSON, CA 90749
310-537-3700 • 800-421-1244
FAX: 310-537-3927
E-MAIL: mq@multiquip.com
www.multiquip.com
© COPYRIGHT 2008, MULTIQUIP INC.
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