How To Guides
No, indoor use only.
Yes, less water will flow through a hose that is smaller diameter.
A general rule of thumb for friction loss in small tubing is 6″ of head loss per 10′ of horizontal run. We recommend you consult a certified plumber or HVAC professional for specific recommendations.
All Beckett pumps with a plug are UL/UR certified for use with the plug for your safety. Removing the plug voids all warranties along with any product liability.
Use clear (i.e. white) household vinegar for cleaning.
We recommend 2 or 3 times each year to check for any debris that might be clogging the check valve, tank or intake reservoir.
Yes, see links to download manuals located on the product page for each model on our web site. Additionally, you can download manuals from the HVAC Resources page.
No. Salt water will rust the magnet rotor of the pump. Using Beckett pumps in salt water will void the product warranty.
No, the safety switch on condensate pumps are meant to shut down the HVAC equipment if it detects a high water level. The safety switch is not connected to the pump motor in any way and will not affect its performance.
The Beckett 1502UR is rated as a limit control safety switch intended to shut down HVAC equipment when high water is detected. It is not rated as a main operating switch connected directly to a pump. An Beckett IPC13A pump would be the closest solution to an application requiring a submersible pump controlled by a switch.
Yes, the Beckett G325A6 is fully submersible.
Yes, all Beckett condensate pumps are designed to handle acidic condensate produced by high-efficiency condensing furnaces, boilers, and instant water heaters. Depending on local building codes, this acidic condensate is corrosive and may require treatment or neutralization before being passed into a drain or sewer line.
Beckett sells HVAC products to contractors through a network wholesale distributors, specialty HVAC supply houses and a handful of online retailers like Amazon, HomeDepot and Lowe’s. We recommend you always consult a certified HVAC or plumbing professional for troubleshooting, installations and repairs.