To support recirculation applications requiring flow rates above 8000 GPH at high head pressures, we’ve taken all the great things from the tried and true Sequence Power 1000 series and expanded them to the 4000 series. Achieving over 13,000 GPH and a max of 80 feet of head, the 4000 broadens the performance range in the Sequence Power series. Inlet and discharge ports are both increased to 2” with an inner diameter connection of FNPT, and outer diameter buttress threads for union adaptors, field installations become less burdened; eliminating reducer-fitting and adapter-assembly costs and reducing friction losses in pump systems.
- Out-of-pond construction - NOT Submersible!
- Less than half the watt draw of comparable submersible pumps
- Ports are 2" FNPT suction and 2" FNPT discharge.
- Housing is molded of high strength, glass filled polypropylene.
- Quiet operation
- Dry run resistant mechanical seals.
- Stainless steel hardware is standard.
- The motors are TEFC, for excellent protection.
- Motors are aluminum for added weather resistance.
- Rebuildable, industrial grade motors.
- Three year limited warranty!
Choosing the right water pump for your pond can make all of the difference in the world. Just because a pump may cost less to buy, it is not always the way to go.
The most important thing to remember is the electrical usage when looking for a water pump for your pond.
In order to maintain a healthy environment for your Koi pond or water garden, you MUST run your water pump through your filter 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
So it is important to pick the right water pump for your Koi pond or water garden. Water pumps have variances in electrical usage and electrical costs.
The following formula will assist you in determining how much you will spend (approximately) per month to run the pump you select.
- Amps x Volts = Watts
- Watts x 744 and divide by 1000 = KWH per month
- KWH per month x Cost per KWH (located on your electric bill) = Cost per month
Or feel free to use our handy pump cost calculator.