Little Giant Pumps - Condensate Pumps

There’s a reason Little Giant has been the go-to pump. Not just for HVAC, but plumbing, pool, and hydroponics professionals for years. They have the experience.

Little Giant pumps have stood the test of time. Pumping a steady flow of proven reliability in the most demanding uses for over 80 years.

Little Giant Condensate Pumps

Innovation beyond the vaporizer.

Designed for the automatic removal of condensation, Little Giant's line of condensate pumps offers a reliable solution to HVAC issues. These include air conditioning, refrigeration, and equipment for dehumidification including plenum uses where space is limited.

In 1950, Goodman filed a patent for what was to become the iconic Little Giant submersible water pump. This “upgraded” Little Giant Vaporizer Pump could be used anywhere water recirculation was an issue: both underwater and on dry land.

The basic, self-contained electric motor-driven submersible pump featured an inlet filter with screen. It also has a discharge for the first time. It was a small low-pressure, high-volume pump. It was used specifically for the recirculation of water.

It’s great for evaporative coolers, minnow tanks, small pools, fountains, machine tools, and many other water transfer applications.

This pump also paved the way for a wave of new product development in the decades to come. The development of the C2 and C3 pumps signaled the company’s true entrance into the condensate pump business.

Little Giant continued to innovate with the introduction of the VCMA condensate pump in 1999. The creation of the VCMA series led to an entire next generation of Little Giant condensate pumps. These are still being used today.

Little Giant Sump Pumps

The Little Giant sump pump or effluent pump does a little bit of everything. It strikes a balance between clear water removal and light gray water removal. It keeps water out of basements while acting as a strong backup for septic pumps.

Little Giant held true to its core mission as it looked towards future innovations during the 60’s. Solving problems for plumbers and HVAC technicians. Product development in the early years was focused on HVAC. The company decided to enter the high-flow drainage pump market with sump pumps.

The 1/3 HP 8 Series sump pump was the first to launch, appearing in the 1964 Little Giant catalog. Little Giant added a 1/3 HP 6 Series sump pump and a 1/2 HP 10 Series a year later in 1965.

The iconic 6 Series continues to be a top-performing sump pump throughout the industry. This pump measures only six inches in height and uses an internal diaphragm switch. This pump is ideal for shallow, small basin uses. It produces 46 gpm at 5 feet of head while reaching a maximum shut-off of 18 feet.

Whatever the use, 6 Series sump pumps are truly Little Giants. These are perfect when it comes to efficient home and light commercial pump solutions.

Little Giant Pumps At Hydrobuilder

Little Giant 5-MSP 1200 GPH Pump

Includes garden hose adapter and removable inlet screen for easy cleaning. Lifetime oil supply. Pumps down to 1/8" (3.2 mm.).

Little Giant 1-ABS Submersible Pump, 205 GPH

Shallow-pan tank style designed for in-pan mounting. Bottom intake with 10 ft maximum lift. 1/4 in MNPT discharge.

Stainless steel shaft. 6 ft power cord with 3-prong molded plug. Integral float-activated switch and thermal overload protection. On in 1 in & Off in 1/2 in of water.

Little Giant 5-MSPR Submersible Pump Black, 1200 GPH

Lubricated utility pump includes garden hose adapter and removable inlet screen for easy cleaning. Lifetime oil supply. Pumps down to 1/8 in (3.2 mm). 1/6 HP thermally protected, shaded pole motor.

Coated cast aluminum housing. Bottom inlet has a removable screen for easy cleaning.

Not sure which pump is right for you and your grow? Our expert growers can help you find exactly what you need, and ensure you don't waste your money with anything more.

Little Giant Pumps - Condensate Pumps

There’s a reason Little Giant has been the go-to pump. Not just for HVAC, but plumbing, pool, and hydroponics professionals for years. They have the experience.

Little Giant pumps have stood the test of time. Pumping a steady flow of proven reliability in the most demanding uses for over 80 years.

Little Giant Condensate Pumps

Innovation beyond the vaporizer.

Designed for the automatic removal of condensation, Little Giant's line of condensate pumps offers a reliable solution to HVAC issues. These include air conditioning, refrigeration, and equipment for dehumidification including plenum uses where space is limited.

In 1950, Goodman filed a patent for what was to become the iconic Little Giant submersible water pump. This “upgraded” Little Giant Vaporizer Pump could be used anywhere water recirculation was an issue: both underwater and on dry land.

The basic, self-contained electric motor-driven submersible pump featured an inlet filter with screen. It also has a discharge for the first time. It was a small low-pressure, high-volume pump. It was used specifically for the recirculation of water.

It’s great for evaporative coolers, minnow tanks, small pools, fountains, machine tools, and many other water transfer applications.

This pump also paved the way for a wave of new product development in the decades to come. The development of the C2 and C3 pumps signaled the company’s true entrance into the condensate pump business.

Little Giant continued to innovate with the introduction of the VCMA condensate pump in 1999. The creation of the VCMA series led to an entire next generation of Little Giant condensate pumps. These are still being used today.

Little Giant Sump Pumps

The Little Giant sump pump or effluent pump does a little bit of everything. It strikes a balance between clear water removal and light gray water removal. It keeps water out of basements while acting as a strong backup for septic pumps.

Little Giant held true to its core mission as it looked towards future innovations during the 60’s. Solving problems for plumbers and HVAC technicians. Product development in the early years was focused on HVAC. The company decided to enter the high-flow drainage pump market with sump pumps.

The 1/3 HP 8 Series sump pump was the first to launch, appearing in the 1964 Little Giant catalog. Little Giant added a 1/3 HP 6 Series sump pump and a 1/2 HP 10 Series a year later in 1965.

The iconic 6 Series continues to be a top-performing sump pump throughout the industry. This pump measures only six inches in height and uses an internal diaphragm switch. This pump is ideal for shallow, small basin uses. It produces 46 gpm at 5 feet of head while reaching a maximum shut-off of 18 feet.

Whatever the use, 6 Series sump pumps are truly Little Giants. These are perfect when it comes to efficient home and light commercial pump solutions.

Little Giant Pumps At Hydrobuilder

Little Giant 5-MSP 1200 GPH Pump

Includes garden hose adapter and removable inlet screen for easy cleaning. Lifetime oil supply. Pumps down to 1/8" (3.2 mm.).

Little Giant 1-ABS Submersible Pump, 205 GPH

Shallow-pan tank style designed for in-pan mounting. Bottom intake with 10 ft maximum lift. 1/4 in MNPT discharge.

Stainless steel shaft. 6 ft power cord with 3-prong molded plug. Integral float-activated switch and thermal overload protection. On in 1 in & Off in 1/2 in of water.

Little Giant 5-MSPR Submersible Pump Black, 1200 GPH

Lubricated utility pump includes garden hose adapter and removable inlet screen for easy cleaning. Lifetime oil supply. Pumps down to 1/8 in (3.2 mm). 1/6 HP thermally protected, shaded pole motor.

Coated cast aluminum housing. Bottom inlet has a removable screen for easy cleaning.

Not sure which pump is right for you and your grow? Our expert growers can help you find exactly what you need, and ensure you don't waste your money with anything more.

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