AQUATEC RV AQUAJET "ES" VARIABLE SPEED WATER PUMP
ôEFFICIENCY SERIESö FOR ANY RV
AquatecÆs "smart-pump" technology lets the powerful Aquajet RV pumps actually adjust their operating speeds, as required, when multiple water fixtures are opened or closed. Digital controls automatically control the pump m
“EFFICIENCY SERIES” FOR ANY RV
Aquatec’s "smart-pump" technology lets the powerful Aquajet RV pumps actually adjust their operating speeds, as required, when multiple water fixtures are opened or closed. Digital controls automatically control the pump motor speed, eliminating the need for accumulator tanks and ending the sudden pressure drops caused by existing filtration and plumbing systems. Leading RV manufacturers such as Fleetwood, Monaco, Airstream, Beaver Motor Coaches, Gulfstream, Western RV, Newmar, Foretravel and Country Coach already provide the Aquajet RV as standard equipment in their higher-end coaches. Now, the ES version brings this technology to virtually any RV water system. Even smaller coaches can be upgraded to first class with the Aquajet ES, because this pump has been specifically designed for smaller coaches and the RV aftermarket.
KEY FEATURES AND BENEFITS:
Powerful Flows — Using the same patent pending 5-chamber construction as the larger Aquajet RV, the ES version delivers a 3.5 GPM flow rate, higher than nearly anything else for the RV industry (except its big brother, of course). The slightly reduced flow rate helps ensure compatibility with existing plumbing systems.
Silent Operation — Silence is golden, and the ES version is simply the quietest pump available in the RV marketplace—even quieter than the Aquajet OEM version (itself almost 90% quieter than competitive pumps at comparable operating levels). As a bonus, the patent pending, variable speed controller and "soft-start" features eliminate most cycling related noises.
Easy Installation — Lower amperage draws eliminate the need to use electrical relays, etc., regardless of current electrical configurations. Installation is simplified to the point of true "plug-and-play performance."