08-21-2011, 02:16 PM
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Originally Posted by vicdad999999
Greeting Vic In answer to your question -Yes you can use this pump in any position as long as the pump is completely submersed. Christine Nestor Customer Service
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Subject: [NEWSENDER] - mag drive pump question please dont delete me. - Message is from an unknown sender Just a quick question, ive been looking at your pumps (ive never owned an submersible pump) for an aquarium sump. but the sump will be over my tank, your pump will be in main tank. in all instances ive only seen the pumps horizontally, can these be used vertically? will it shorten the life span? do you see forseeable problems using a mag drive pump vertically? thank you for any reply.
i stink at copy paste , everything is invisible, but anywas, in case anyone else didnt know. as its all new to me. doesnt matter the postion.
No, it does not matter which position you put the pump in. Also, check out the Quiet One pump, as this in my opinion is a quieter and more efficient pump. You will lose alittle gph depending on how many bends you install in the lines.