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JOHNSON PUMP Heavy-Duty 1600, 2200 & 4000 GPH Pumps

Designed to meet and exceed the tough demands of commercial and recreational duty, these pumps feature a 12-pole motor with double ball bearings for extended service life. Impellers are carefully designed to maximize head and flow. 2200 and 4000 GPH models incorporate a mechanical seal design that eliminates shaft wear. All models feature snap-in bases that can be easily removed to clear debris. Outlet port check valve included for optional use.

  • Features: Double ball-bearing motors for extended service life
  • Type: Submersible centrifugal electric bilge pump
  • Port Sizes: 1-1/8"–2"
  • Built-In Switch: No
  • Material: Thermoplastic body, stainless-steel shaft
  • Warranty: Three years
Customer Reviews
Product Models
Description WM Model # MFG Part # Availability Price Quantity  
1600gph Pump, 1-1/8" & 2" Port Sizes, 7A @ 12V DC, 5-7/8"H x 4-1/4"dia. 5517768 16004
In stock online.

$89.99

4000gph Pump, 1-1/2" & 2" Port Sizes, 15A @ 12V DC, 8-1/2"H x 4-3/4"dia. 10204170 40004
In stock online.

$214.99

2200gph Pump, 1-1/8" & 1-1/4" Port Sizes, 8.6A @ 12V DC, 7"H x 4-1/4"dia. 491720 99W 2200W
In stock online.

$124.99

Product Description

Designed to meet and exceed the tough demands of commercial and recreational duty, these pumps feature a 12-pole motor with double ball bearings for extended service life. Impellers are carefully designed to maximize head and flow. 2200 and 4000 GPH models incorporate a mechanical seal design that eliminates shaft wear. All models feature snap-in bases that can be easily removed to clear debris. Outlet port check valve included for optional use.

  • Features: Double ball-bearing motors for extended service life
  • Type: Submersible centrifugal electric bilge pump
  • Port Sizes: 1-1/8"–2"
  • Built-In Switch: No
  • Material: Thermoplastic body, stainless-steel shaft
  • Warranty: Three years

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Johnson PumpHeavy-Duty 1600, 2200 & 4000 GPH Pumps
 
1.7

(based on 6 reviews)

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1.0

1600 GPH? No

By Bajapanther

from Mojave, CA

About Me Professional

Pros

    Cons

    • Not as advertised

    Best Uses

      Comments about Heavy-Duty 1600, 2200 & 4000 GPH Pumps:

      Replaced Attwood V1250 w/ JP 1600. Test conditions: Attwood; 1 1/4" hose 6', 0" lift- 1 US GAL 3.7 seconds. JP 1600; same set up, 1 US GAL 8 seconds. Less than one third the advertised capacity. Honest test epic fail.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      pump only worked for 2 days is junk

      By firehog

      from englewood florida

      About Me Professional

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Do Not Recommend

      Cons

      • Flimsy

      Best Uses

      • Not At All

      Comments about Johnson Pump 4000gph Pump, 1-1/2" & Port Sizes, 15a @ 12v Dc, 8-1/2"h X 4-3/4"dia.:

      used the pump for small leak in sleeping quarters, stopped working during the night and had to use old pump that was on board to keep boat dry

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      ABSOLUTE JUNK!!

      By Captain Chris

      from Galveston, TX

      About Me Professional

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        Cons

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            Comments about Heavy-Duty 1600, 2200 & 4000 GPH Pumps:

            I purchased two of these pieces of junk, 1600 gph rated. Within 3 months I had to pull up the floor to tap them to get working. Within 6 months, neither work and you can hear there is water in the electric motors. If you want your boat to sink buy these.

            (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Works as advertised

            By Ric

            from Florida

            About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Powerful easy to install

            Cons

            • none

            Best Uses

            • Marine applications

            Comments about Johnson Pump 2200gph Pump, 1-1/8" & 1-1/4" Port Sizes, 8.6a @ 12v Dc, 7"h X 4-1/4"dia.:

            Back up bilge pump for my offshore boat. Simple to install and very powerful.

            (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

             
            1.0

            do not buy

            By Fishhunter

            from Honolulu,Hawaii

            About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

            Pros

              Cons

              • 1600gph is more like 450

              Best Uses

                Comments about Johnson Pump 4000gph Pump, 1-1/2" & Port Sizes, 15a @ 12v Dc, 8-1/2"h X 4-3/4"dia.:

                pump sucks, bought Johnson 1600 gph,tried against Rule 1500 gph, Rule out preformed the 1600 by 500 gph, big differance between the 2.

                (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                1.0

                would not buy again not worth it!!!!!

                By huntfish

                from Honolulu, Hawaii

                About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

                Pros

                  Cons

                  • Gph overrated bigtime

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about Johnson Pump 4000gph Pump, 1-1/2" & Port Sizes, 15a @ 12v Dc, 8-1/2"h X 4-3/4"dia.:

                    bought a johnson 1600gph, took 40 sec to fill a 5 gal bucket using 1-1/8 dia hose = 7.5gal per min x 60 min = 450 per hr. Tried against a Rule 1500gph, took 20 sec to fill a 5 gal bucket using a 1-1/8 hose = 15 gal per min x 60 = 900 gal per min. Which I think is reasonable

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