March Pump - Polysulphone (With Ball Valves)

March Pump - Polysulphone (With Ball Valves)

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High-Flow March Pump assembly, complete with fittings. Threading stainless steel onto plastic can be somewhat tricky, so we send this unit out completely assembled for you!

We mount a stainless tee and ball valve setup on the inlet. The ball valve will remain closed during standard use, however it can be extremely handy if the lines need to be primed to release an air pocket. Air pockets in your line can cause cavitation. If cavitation does occur (rare with the new high-flow version, but still possible), you can simply open the inlet priming valve, let the air escape, and close it again. Note: This pump should not and can not be run dry!

Read more details and specifications for the H315HF High-Flow Pump here.

Note: When using silicone tubing, we recommending using a slighlty larger barb than the I.D. of the tubing. This is because silicone tubing tends to have greater pliability than most tubing. For example, when using 1/2" silicone tubing, we recommend our 5/8" barb (H620), to help insure a better seal!

Pump Specs:

  • Included bracket for mounting
  • 6' power cord with plug wired in for easy use
  • 115V - 50/60Hz
  • Maximum flow of just over 7 gpm (at zero head)
  • Maximum head of 18 feet (at zero flow)
  • 1/2" mpt fittings on both inlet and outlet.
  • Materials in contact with solution: Polysulfone, 316 stainless steel, silicone rubber, Ryton and Teflon
  • 1/25 hp, continuous-duty, thermal overload protected, single phase 1.4 Amp motor
  • Motor is fan cooled
  • Will handle internal pressures to 50 psi.
  • Max temp rating: 250F
  • Face unscrews and rotates at 90 degree intervals to adjust to your application
Item # H320
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - Out Of Stock
Weight 6 LBS
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Adding a second pump to my system
Richard Gonchar on Mar 22, 2019
Adding a second pump to my system
Richard Gonchar on Mar 22, 2019
Great product for all liquid transfers
Toby Gillespie on Mar 22, 2018
Great product for all liquid transfers
Toby Gillespie on Mar 22, 2018
Wondering if anyone can help out a newbie to using brew pumps? What kind of connection do you use to connect the tubing to the inlet and outlet? I can't tell from the picture if they are threaded, quick disconnect etc.?
Nicholas Shinners on Sep 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: They’re threaded and I’ve used barbed connections and quick disconnect. Pump and assembly are great but be easy with the “plastic” head. It can break if your not careful while threading on the fittings or when mounting the pump

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Rated 5 out of 5
Works like a champ
Extremely useful. I only use to recirculate wort for chilling, but am looking forward to incorporating RIMS someday.
May 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
Love this pump!
This has been by far the best investment yet for my home brewery! I no long have to try to pick up and pour 5 gallons of hot water into my mash tun. Really saves the back! Helps speed up cooling times when used with my MoreBeer 50' wort chiller with recirculating feature. I highly recommend this pump.
May 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
Outstanding, rugged pump
This is THE pump for homebrewing! Been using it for 2 years now, and it has never let me down. Easy to use, ample power, no leaks.
May 2, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5
Has worked reliably so far
My first one arrived with the inlet-side fitting of the pump head broken in shipping, but MoreBeer speedily replaced it for free (I just included a photo in the email.) Replacing the head was easy. I also see some occasional cavitation issues if the wort is boiling, but the venting valve works well along with a quick power-cycle to let the head re-fill with liquid. I've used it to do a HE-RIMS mash, post-boil whirlpools and to power wort through my heat-exchanger coil/chiller.
May 2, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5
game changer!
i do have small cavitaion issues, but i belive this more to user error than the fault of the pump. Rolling boils can create bubbles that get sucked down and into the pump. simply turn off for a sec and it works great again. I have a 52 quart cooler for a mash tun and with this puppy i can recirc the mash with an attached heat exchanger and then step up the heat from my Hot liq tank!
June 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
Great Pump
I have purchased this pump to use with my SuperChiller and Recir arm. With both products I'm able to chill at a much faster rate. Also glad to have the option to purchase with the fittings already on this pump so I don't have to mess with trying to get the seed correctly.
May 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
Awesome Pump!
This pump assembly works like a champ. I have never used a pump and I mounted below my boil kettle and it primed nicely. Moved the heated water to my HLT and Mash Tun with no effort. The valves installed worked and didn't leak. Overall, I am so happy to have this pump!
May 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
Outstanding, Reliable Pumps
I use these pumps for my RIMS system (15 Gallon HLT, MT and 20 Gallon Boil Kettle). Great pumps and have had zero problems. The only thing I find a bit challenging is that they are way overpowered for my brewhouse. This just means that I have to keep the valves near closed to get the flow rates I want and adjustments are a bit sensitive. Works great in combination with my Blichmann autosparge, which allows me to open the valve to the pump all the way and let the autosparge regulate flow.
May 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
Great little pump
Works great. Highly recommended. I have 3, will buy more as needed.
May 14, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5
Great Pump
Once the pump is primed it works great. I definitely recommend the quick disconnects to allow for reconfiguring hoses or easily dismantling the system for cleaning. Just be careful of how high you want it to pump liquid.
May 2, 2013