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Well pump protection switch

Protects your well pump from any pump related problems

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Well Pump overheat damage is caused when the water stops flowing but the pump continues to run, This causes the well pump to get very hot resulting in a total system failure.

AUTOMATICALLY SHUTS OFF THE PUMP BEFORE OVERHEAT DAMAGE OCCURS. ...KEEPING THE PUMP SYSTEM SAFE UNTIL REPAIRS CAN BE MADE !!

Pump Overheat Protection Switch, attaches easily to any pump housing, once installed it protects the pump from all kinds of various system failures : Including .... Lost Prime, Check Valve failure, Pressure Switch Failure, Bad Pressure Tank, Low Water Levels, Loose Fittings, Closed or Broken Valves, Stuck Valves, Broken Pump Start Relay .... Even User Error

This one product is all you need for overheat well pump protection.

STOP WELL PUMP MELTDOWNS !!!! 

If the pump gets hot, stop the pump immediately before overheat damage occurs. The Well Pump Overheat Protection Switch keeps the pump safe until repairs can be made!


We have now made new improvements, including our heat sink transfer plate, for improved faster heat transfer ability, that quickly transfers the heat more efficiently for quicker shut down.

This product is waterproof and insulated. Its good for indoor or outdoor applications. Can be applied directly in the sun. This switch can be wired directly to the motor handling full voltages of up to 240 volts at 30 amps,or can be wired to the pump start relay, or pressure switch, or pump station controller.

STOP WELL PUMP MELTDOWNS !!!!

Well Pump Overheat Protection Switch automatically turns off the pump when there is a problem. No matter what pump problem occurs, the pump housing always gets hot !!! ( The front of the pump where the water is )
This causes damage to the pump and its fittings causing a total system failure,
the pump overheat protection switch automatically shuts off at 120 F. auto reset 110 f.

Wires easily inline with handling full voltages up to 240 volts @ 30 amps max.

AUTO SHUT OFF 120 F.
AUTO RESET 110 F.
Works over and over

click here to see our How to install our Pump Overheat Protection Switch

1. Locate flat area on pump where Pump Overheat Protection Switch will be placed wipe area clean and dry.

2. Twist and blend our amazing New (Twist -N-Fix RIBBON EPOXY) until colors blend and turn green, place equal amounts of green epoxy on Pump Overheat Protection Switch as shown here on our How to page.

3. Press Pump Overheat Protection Switch firmly against pump with a slight twisting motion, making sure that the (heat sink transfer plate sensor) is in good contact with the pump housing.(It will hold itself in place until it hardens (about 1hr) without clamps.)

4. Electric wiring is to simply to wire in line to either one of the supply lines (L1 or L2), at the pressure switch, relay or to the back of the motor or pump station controller. Handle full voltages up to (240 volts 30 amps max)

PUMP OVERHEAT PROTECTION SWITCH ( P.O.P.S.) automatically watches over your pump and lets you have peace of mind 24 hours a day 7 days a week.


WHAT CAUSES PUMPS TO BREAK DOWN?

Bad or mis-adjusted pressure switch, stuck pressure switch, bad check valve, electrical arching in switch - (welds the points shut), pump relays stick on and don't turn off the pump - (not shutting off) Pressure tank bladder can be bad on pump, pressure tube going to pressure switch can be clogged causing pump not to shut off, or maybe a zone valve don't open: ( one or more zones may not work .... When the timer turns on the pump for the watering time programmed but the electric valve don"t open to let the water flow, This is what causes the pump to over heat.

Here are just a few scenarios:

If you have an irrigation system with a pump start relay, and lets say you have 6 zones to water...
And the valve on #3, or any valve for that matter, Does not open, Due to what ever reason. The Overheat Protection Switch will shut off the pump on the zone that is broken.Then when it gets to the other zones that do work, the pump will cool down to 110 F. and continue to operate and finish the watering cycle, INSTEAD OF HAVING A TOTAL SYSTEM FAILURE. (nothing works)

At that point you might notice that the lawn grass or landscape may look dry on the zone with the broken valve, and you will only need to fix the broken valve on that zone and not the pump.

Or If it is a problem like the pump wont shut off due to a bad pressure switch, or it may be due to lower than usual water tables, or if the pump is on a pump start relay, and the system has been turned off at the main shut off (ball valve), Then no water will move thru the pipes.

It takes about 10-15 minutes to reach 120 F. The pump will automatically shut off , (saving the pump from a meltdown.) Then it will turn on again at 110 F. This takes about 30-50 minutes to turn back on. Then approximately 10 minutes later it will shut off again if the problem is still present.
THIS CYCLING WILL NOT DO ANY DAMAGE TO THE PUMP OR ITS FITTINGS, KEEPING THE PUMP SAFE, UNTIL REPAIRS CAN BE MADE.

The Pump Overheat Protection Switches Heavy Duty design is capable of over 100,000 cycles. (more than you will ever need)

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