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Sump Pump Level Switch


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  • An electro-mechanical device which senses the level of fluid in a chamber and opens or closes a digital switch to indicate a change of state. See LEVEL TRANSMITTER.
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  • (Sump Pumps) Sump pumps are responsible for pumping excess ground water from the basement to the outside of the home. For those of you that have ever experience water back up in your basement, you know all about how much cleaning is involved and how much damage can be caused.
  • a suction pump for removing liquid from a sump
  • A sump pump is a pump used to remove water that has accumulated in a water collecting sump pit, commonly found in the basement of homes.
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Superior Pump 92060 Sump Alarm System with 15-Foot Tethered Float Switch
Superior Pump 92060 Sump Alarm System with 15-Foot Tethered Float Switch
The 92060 sump alarm system from Superior Pump monitors liquid levels in sump and sewage basins, holding tanks, and other water applications. It comes complete with a 15’ adjustable float ball switch and mounting clip. The system runs on a 9V battery (not included) and will let you know your water is reaching your desired level with an 87 decibel siren and has a “low battery” chirp to let you know to change the battery.Sump basin alarm15' adjustable float switchRuns off 9V battery (not included)Has an 87 decibel siren with low battery chirp

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ARP 496J - 1970 / 2002 Porsche 917K Evocation
ARP 496J - 1970 / 2002 Porsche 917K Evocation
Bids to ?24,000 - Not Sold Unveiled at the March 1969 Geneva Motor Show, the Porsche 917 Sports Racer was priced at 140,000DM (a sum then equivalent to ten 911 road cars). Successfully exploiting a loophole in the contemporary World Championship of Makes' regulations that required just twenty five examples to be made for a design to qualify as a 'production' sports car, it was duly homologated by the CSI (Commission Sportive Internationale) the following month. Derived in part from the 908, the new sports racer was constructed around a tubular aluminium spaceframe chassis equipped with all-round coil-over wishbone suspension and four-wheel ventilated disc brakes. Powered by a longitudinally mid-mounted flat-12 engine of 4.5 litres (later 4.9, 5.0 and 5.4 litres) allied to four- or five-speed manual transmission, the 917 tipped the scales at approximately 800kgs. Indeed, project leader Ferdinand Piech's obsession with weight-saving was so extreme that it led the transmission engineers to fit a balsa wood gearknob. Unpopular though this blister-inducing component was with the Works drivers, they reserved most of their criticism for the car's wayward handling. So wary of the 917 were they that Porsche had to hire in privateers David Piper and Frank Gardner when the model made its international debut at the 1969 Nurburgring 1000KM. Such was the 917's turn of speed - it had a 30km/h advantage over anything else down the Mulsanne Straight - that suspicion over its unpredictable high-speed behaviour was initially levelled at the featherweight chassis and suspension. However, despite Stuttgart carrying out extensive modifications in these two areas, the problem persisted during the rest of the season. Faced with the prospect of increased competition from the new Ferrari 512, Porsche entered into an agreement with John Wyer and the JWA 'Gulf' Team for 1970. Allowed to participate in the factory's official development programme, it was JWA's John Horsmann who first suggested trading some of the 917's low-drag efficiency for downforce. Experimenting with a new wedge-shaped tail (not dissimilar to that found on the 917 Spyder), he proved that the closed car's stability issues were aerodynamically not mechanically induced. Refined by Porsche themselves, the result of Horsmann's work was the legendary 917K (Kurzheck or Short Tail) that would go onto win Le Mans in both 1970 and 1971 (as well as having a starring role in Steve McQueen's cinematic homage to the great 24-hour race). Scoring no fewer than fifteen victories in the World Championship of Makes between 1969 and 1971, the uber-Porsche then made a successful transition to Can-Am Racing where the combination of Roger Penske (team owner), Mark Donohue (supremely gifted driver) and the turbocharged 917-30 (5.4 litres, 1100bhp) proved unbeatable. Arguably, the most important Porsche competition car yet built, the 917 was responsible for some of the most dramatic racing ever witnessed. Specially commissioned from K.D. Motor Engineers of Warrington by a previous owner, this unique road-going 917K Evocation is rumoured to have cost well in excess of six figures. Based on a mid-engined 1970 914-6 donor car, 'ARP 496J' is both registered and taxed as a Porsche. Fed by twin variable-boost GT2 turbochargers, its dry-sump 3.3 litre type 930 flat-six engine also boasts a fully plumbed-in 'wet' nitrous-oxide injection system. Topped by dual intercoolers and a horizontal multi-blade fan, this formidable powerplant is coupled to an inverted manual 911 Turbo gearbox complete with its own oil cooler and oil pump. Intended for both (hyper) fast road and track use, 'ARP 496J' features highly modified suspension and 911 Turbo sourced disc brakes. Reportedly handmade from blueprints, its lightweight fibreglass bodywork is finished in Gulf Oil's evocative light blue and orange colours. Sparse but functional, the two-seater cabin sports high-backed seats, a centre-mounted instrument binnacle, intercom system, Camus LCD display screen (for the rear view camera feed), fire-extinguisher pull, ignition cut-out switch and starter button. A truly unique proposition, this incredible left-hand drive Porsche also reputedly boasts the signatures of Richard Chamberlain, Mark Finsburg, David Piper and Richard Attwood to its tail section not to mention the race harness from Damon Hill's F1 Championship winning Williams. The subject of fettling by Steve Webb, `ARP 496J' is described by the vendor as "a seriously quick car". Indeed, he goes on to say "The only car I can remember that compares with it was a road going Lola T70 I once owned. The nice thing about the Porsche is that it doesn't rattle your fillings out". Fully road legal and thus capable of being driven to track days, open class hillclimb / sprint events or through a city centre, this bespoke supercar is eligible for historic class (free) road tax and carries a valid MOT certificate.
ARP 496J - 1970 / 2002 Porsche 917K Evocation
ARP 496J - 1970 / 2002 Porsche 917K Evocation
Bids to ?24,000 - Not sold Unveiled at the March 1969 Geneva Motor Show, the Porsche 917 Sports Racer was priced at 140,000DM (a sum then equivalent to ten 911 road cars). Successfully exploiting a loophole in the contemporary World Championship of Makes' regulations that required just twenty five examples to be made for a design to qualify as a 'production' sports car, it was duly homologated by the CSI (Commission Sportive Internationale) the following month. Derived in part from the 908, the new sports racer was constructed around a tubular aluminium spaceframe chassis equipped with all-round coil-over wishbone suspension and four-wheel ventilated disc brakes. Powered by a longitudinally mid-mounted flat-12 engine of 4.5 litres (later 4.9, 5.0 and 5.4 litres) allied to four- or five-speed manual transmission, the 917 tipped the scales at approximately 800kgs. Indeed, project leader Ferdinand Piech's obsession with weight-saving was so extreme that it led the transmission engineers to fit a balsa wood gearknob. Unpopular though this blister-inducing component was with the Works drivers, they reserved most of their criticism for the car's wayward handling. So wary of the 917 were they that Porsche had to hire in privateers David Piper and Frank Gardner when the model made its international debut at the 1969 Nurburgring 1000KM. Such was the 917's turn of speed - it had a 30km/h advantage over anything else down the Mulsanne Straight - that suspicion over its unpredictable high-speed behaviour was initially levelled at the featherweight chassis and suspension. However, despite Stuttgart carrying out extensive modifications in these two areas, the problem persisted during the rest of the season. Faced with the prospect of increased competition from the new Ferrari 512, Porsche entered into an agreement with John Wyer and the JWA 'Gulf' Team for 1970. Allowed to participate in the factory's official development programme, it was JWA's John Horsmann who first suggested trading some of the 917's low-drag efficiency for downforce. Experimenting with a new wedge-shaped tail (not dissimilar to that found on the 917 Spyder), he proved that the closed car's stability issues were aerodynamically not mechanically induced. Refined by Porsche themselves, the result of Horsmann's work was the legendary 917K (Kurzheck or Short Tail) that would go onto win Le Mans in both 1970 and 1971 (as well as having a starring role in Steve McQueen's cinematic homage to the great 24-hour race). Scoring no fewer than fifteen victories in the World Championship of Makes between 1969 and 1971, the uber-Porsche then made a successful transition to Can-Am Racing where the combination of Roger Penske (team owner), Mark Donohue (supremely gifted driver) and the turbocharged 917-30 (5.4 litres, 1100bhp) proved unbeatable. Arguably, the most important Porsche competition car yet built, the 917 was responsible for some of the most dramatic racing ever witnessed. Specially commissioned from K.D. Motor Engineers of Warrington by a previous owner, this unique road-going 917K Evocation is rumoured to have cost well in excess of six figures. Based on a mid-engined 1970 914-6 donor car, 'ARP 496J' is both registered and taxed as a Porsche. Fed by twin variable-boost GT2 turbochargers, its dry-sump 3.3 litre type 930 flat-six engine also boasts a fully plumbed-in 'wet' nitrous-oxide injection system. Topped by dual intercoolers and a horizontal multi-blade fan, this formidable powerplant is coupled to an inverted manual 911 Turbo gearbox complete with its own oil cooler and oil pump. Intended for both (hyper) fast road and track use, 'ARP 496J' features highly modified suspension and 911 Turbo sourced disc brakes. Reportedly handmade from blueprints, its lightweight fibreglass bodywork is finished in Gulf Oil's evocative light blue and orange colours. Sparse but functional, the two-seater cabin sports high-backed seats, a centre-mounted instrument binnacle, intercom system, Camus LCD display screen (for the rear view camera feed), fire-extinguisher pull, ignition cut-out switch and starter button. A truly unique proposition, this incredible left-hand drive Porsche also reputedly boasts the signatures of Richard Chamberlain, Mark Finsburg, David Piper and Richard Attwood to its tail section not to mention the race harness from Damon Hill's F1 Championship winning Williams. The subject of fettling by Steve Webb, `ARP 496J' is described by the vendor as "a seriously quick car". Indeed, he goes on to say "The only car I can remember that compares with it was a road going Lola T70 I once owned. The nice thing about the Porsche is that it doesn't rattle your fillings out". Fully road legal and thus capable of being driven to track days, open class hillclimb / sprint events or through a city centre, this bespoke supercar is eligible for historic class (free) road tax and carries a valid MOT certificate.

sump pump level switch
sump pump level switch
Liquid Water Level Horizontal Float Switch for Aquarium
A float switch is a device used to sense the level of liquid within a tank. The switch may actuate a pump, an indicator, an alarm, or other device; Use them with hydroponics, saltwater tank, freshwater tank, gardening, aquariums for power head control, pet bowls, fish tanks, filtration, heating, pumps, ponds, basement alarms, boats, air condition drain pans, pressure washers, carpet cleaning mach, reef aquarium, fluid control, ice machines, coffee pots, marine, automotive, automobiles, tropical fish tanks, evaporator coils, condensation line, in relays, or what ever your project may be

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