Lightobject EWP-2502HT6V High Temperature(100°C) Mini DC6V Water Pump, Food Grade, Sous Vide, 15 GPH
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This is a high temperature (up to 105'C) Food grade mini water pump. The shaft is coated with a layer of ZrO2 (zirconium oxide ) for higher temperature handling and better tolerance for acid and alkaline. It's built by a brushless motor providing smooth and quiet operation than a non-brushless water pump. Plus, it will not generate 'electric spark' like what a brush type does so it's more safe. It can be used to pump oil as well (no gasoline*) Specification: Input: DC 5~6V Output: 1.0L/min or 0.264 gallon/min Range: 1M (3ft horizon) @6V Current: 300mA@6V Intake: 0.35in Dia. Outlet: 0.27in Dia. Life span: 6V @ 1600rpm~4200rpm Noise:20dB Working Temp: 212'F (non-submersed) : less than 122'F(submersed) Size(L*W*D): 1.3" X 0.9" X 1.4" Weight (net): 2.0oz Warning: Do not let it run dry without water flow!.
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EWP-3801HT, which they claimed to be FOOD GRADE but it turns out I found the direct source is a ELECTRICAL refrigerator pump.
Super disappointed with such ambiguous product listing and I specifically have high hopes since it is an American company based in America, which is a major point that was a choice being chosen. I don't like to get fooled this way, if there is a negative star, I would give.
Now, I wanted to dangle the pump into the water to have it circulate it, but that simply won't work. At the natural dangling angle, the pump captures an air bubble, and it won't prime. But if you get it primed, it works well. The large central connection is the inlet, and the small connector to the side is the outlet. Also, once the pump is primed, it will draw water up into the pump if the inlet is enough under water the it won't draw air. The listing is that this is a submersible pump and that the temperature limit for the handled liquid is 100C, but it specifies "non-submersed" and nowhere is the submersed temperature limit indicated, so I'm assuming it is OK for all sous vide temperatures, which are up to 86C, which temperature would be used for some vegetables, and which is still 14C under the limit.
The one star is withdrawn for the priming difficulty, and for the missing specification. The power supply got slammed in its own review but there would be nothing wrong with this pump if it were pumping up from the bottom of a reservoir with an elbow so that it could draw from the bottom, or an externally mounted position. I also think that it could work for my application if I could just put the intake and pump in the water, while the exhaust was level or slightly up so that it would self prime.