Flojet V-Flo Constant Flow Water Pressure Pump, 5.0 GPM (19 LPM)

Catalog Item # 82129

Offering constant pressure and variable speed drive, the Flojet V-Flo Constant Flow Water Pressure Pump delivers only the water that is needed at up to 5 GPM flow rate and 40 PSI operating pressure.

When you turn off the faucet, the pump pressures to 60 PSI and turns off. Automatically adjusts running speed to help conserve battery power. Low amp draw is ideal for battery-powered applications. Run-dry capability extends the life of the pump. Quick Disconnect ports allow for easy cleaning and hose replacement. Sealed motor and pressure switch deliver years of dependable reliability. Self-priming up to 6’.

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Technical Specifications

9.25 lbs.
9-3/4”L x 6-1/8”W x 5”H

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 1 reviews (5 Based on 1 Review)

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by Greta Movassaghi – September 25, 2015
5 out of 5 stars

I called Camping World about my pump problem and they said that usually when things start to go, they all go and to just replace t

by Anonymous – October 03, 2015
Is it made in the USA?
The manufacturer is Xylem - Flow Control Inc. This is made in Mexico.
by Camping World – October 14, 2015
Fittings are supplied with the pump. 1/2" Qest thread straight fittings, as well as an inlet strainer.
by Camping World – August 20, 2015
by Anonymous – May 24, 2015
Any danger the plumbing in my 2003 Fleetwood Discovery won't be able to take the increased presure? I have a 2.8 Gpm now. Trying to improve the flow so my on demand water heater will work consistently.
On average an RV's plumbing system is capable of handling around 100 to 125 PSI, while 40 to 60 PSI is usually recommended by the RV manufacturer. You can check your owner's manual to see if there is anything stated on recommended water pressure guidelines or can contact Fleetwood directly for advice.
by Camping World – October 07, 2015

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