Shurflo 9300 Series Submersible Pump
A solar-powered submersible pump for farmers and communities that need low-flow water systems.
The SHURflo 9300 series pump is a submersible pump delivering a steady 82 GPH (1.37 GPM) operation at 230 feet (70.1 m) with 24 VDC and a minimum 155 watt solar array.
886 USD (varies with distributor and units purchased)
Goal 6: Clean water and sanitation
Individuals requiring low flow water supply to meet agricultural and water consumption needs. Interview with representative
Mass produced in the United States and Mexico.Interview with representative
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Description of the pump type
Power required, measured in watts
Manufacturer-specified discharge rate, measured at a specific head
Maximum depth of water the pump can pull
Piston nominal diameter, measured in centimeters
The Shurflo 9300 Series Submersible Pump is a positive displacement, 3 chamber diaphragm DC powered pump. The technical specifications include:
• Motor: Permanent Magnet, P/N 11-175-00 Thermally protected
• Watts: 120W
• Amps: 4.0 Max
• Fuse: 7.5 Amp (automotive)
• Maximum Lift: 230 ft (70 M)
• Maximum Submersion: 100 ft (30 M)
The pump incorporates a water-blocked cable connector that is impervious to water leakage and condensation problems preventing waterwicking.
Installation and pump schematics from the user manual.
Owner’s manual provides troubleshooting and repair guidance. Technical support is provided through authorized distributors.
The pump diaphragm should be replaced every two to four years, depending on pumping volume. Replacement part kits are available from authorized dealers.
The lifecycle depends upon the usage, amp draw, well depth, etc. The Shurflo 9300 comes with a 1 year warranty.Interview with representative
Tested by manufacturer but not a third-party.
Solar array and controller, storage tank. Use of a Linear Current Booster unit is required for optimum performance. Can add a float switch and any necessary cables and piping.
Protogeropoulos, C., Pearce, S., 2000, “Laboratory evaluation and system sizing charts for a ‘second generation’ direct PV-powered, low cost submersible solar pump,” Solar Energy, 68(5), pp. 453-474.
Boutelhig, A., Hadjarg, A., Bakelli, Y., 2011, “Comparison Study to Select an Optimum Photovoltaic Pumping System (PVPS) Configuration upon Experimental Performances Data of Two Different DC Pumps Tested at Ghardaïa Site,” Energy Procedia, 6, pp. 769-776.
ISO 9001:2008 is a quality assurance standard used at the Shurflo factory.Interview with representative
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