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SeaFlow External Pond Pumps




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Pentair SeaFlow High Performance Self-Priming Pumps feature sophisticated design translated into unprecedented power that offers the ultimate in efficiency.

These unique external pond pumps are designed to handle the larger capacity jobs of ponds or larger aquariums to deliver excellent flow with less friction and less noise while using smaller horse power motors.

Perfect for use in pool, water garden, and koi pond applications, these above-ground pumps keep maintenance convenient. The large strainer basket and see-through lid permits fewer services and easy inspection.

Their unique diffuser and impeller provide excellent pressure performance at a wide range of gallon-per-hour flow rates. Easy to remove drain plugs on the strainer basket and pump chamber make end of season maintenance a breeze.



  • High Performance Pump
  • 208/230V
  • Self-priming.
  • High efficiency impeller and life extending diffuser wear ring
  • Fiberglass reinforced.
  • 2” suction and discharge ports.
  • Single piece corrosion resistant over sized strainer pot and volute.
  • Unique diffuser and impeller provide excellent pressure performance across wide range of desired gallon per minute flow rates.
  • User friendly drain plugs.
  • All stainless steel hardware
  • 3 year limited warranty.
  • See chart for flow rates at given head heights

For best pump performance, install this pump out of direct sunlight within 3' of the water surface level.

Note: This pump does not include a power cord. A 12 gauge wire (not included) is recommended for most applications.

SeaFlow 5340 GPH, 1/2 HP, 11.0 Amps

~Price $755.00


SeaFlow - 5700 GPH, 3/4 HP, 11.0 Amps

~Price $785.00


SeaFlow - 6780 GPH, 1 HP, 14.8 Amps

~Price $845.00


SeaFlow - 7800 GPH, 1.5 HP, 9.6 Amps

~Price $958.00


SeaFlow - 8400 GPH, 2 HP, 11.0 Amps

~Price $1,128.00


Sea Flow - 9600 GPH, 3 HP, 15.0 Amps

~Price $1,400.00



You can determine the operating cost of any pump by using this formula: amps x volts divided by 1000 x KWH cost x 24 hours-a-day x 30.4 days-per-month = cost per month.

If the pump is rated in watts instead of amps use this formula: watts divided by 1000 x kWh x 24 hours-a-day x 30.4 days-per-month.

KWH is the kilowatt-hour cost, which you can get from an electric bill or by calling your local electric company.





















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