Wayne 1/4 H.P. Submersible Utility Pump - 56517-TSC130


Item #:
Model #:
Adapters Included:
3/4 In. GH Adapter
1050 GPH at 0'; 860 GPH at 10' lift
Capacity At 5':
850 GPH
Cord Length:
8 Ft.
Discharge Size:
3/4" NPT
Flow Rate:
1050 GPH
1/4 H.P.
Housing Material:
Sealed Thermoplastic
Lift Capacity at 10 Foot:
860 GPH
Package Quantity:
120 V.

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Brand Wayne
Manufacturer Part Number 56517-TSC130
Manufacturer Description 1/4HP SUBM UTILITY PUMP
Country of Origin Code United States of America
Voltage 120 V.
Capacity At 5' 850 GPH
Discharge Size 3/4" NPT
Capacity 1050 GPH at 0'; 860 GPH at 10' lift
Package Quantity 1
Horsepower 1/4 H.P.
Housing Material Sealed Thermoplastic
Cord Length 8 Ft.
UPC 00040066100757
Flow Rate 1050 GPH
Adapters Included 3/4 In. GH Adapter
Lift Capacity at 10 Foot 860 GPH

More Information


The Wayne 1/4 H.P. (Horsepower) is a submersible portable utility pump designed to make water moving tasks easier. Typical applications include removing standing water, draining tanks, and aquariums, emptying clogged sinks and tubs, and boosting water pressure. Portable electric water removal pump lifts water over 25'; removes water down to 1/8" of surface. Corrosion resistant, sealed thermoplastic construction. Fully submersible. 1/4 HP; max. flow rate is 1050 GPH (gallons per hour); 860 GPH at 10' of discharge lift. 3/4" bronze garden hose adapter at discharge. For removing water where high lift is needed from flooded basements, boats and stock tanks. Assemble in the US with foreign and domestic parts.

Customer Reviews

  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Wayne Utility Pump 56517-TSC 130

    The pump died after two months of use. I was under the impression from the clerk who helped me that there was an internal shut off switch. Apparently there was not as the motor quit after the water was gone. I do not have the original box or warranty info so I'm out $110 because the pump would not regulate itself.

    Brookings, Oregon

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