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Diversitech IQP KUBE

Just finished a job using 2 of these pumps. They are slim reservoir pumps with a large capacity(I would say at least a pint) They surface mount or use a wall cavity bracket, they also come with nice looking covers that match the mini split. These pumps are floatless and dc variable drive. They are completely replaceable without removing the indoor unit and are very quiet. Because they mount directly under the unit, the condensate hose can be cut to a few inches long, making it very easy to remove the drip pan when it comes time to remove the squirrel cage for cleaning. One of these units is in my bedroom so I can attest to its quietness. Unlike the little diaphragm pump in my living room that pumps every minute with that annoying hum.

I try not to use pumps and prefer gravity whenever possible but this new little pump is just what ive been looking for. For you guys that install ductless, definitely take a look at this new pump!

<a href="http://www.diversitech.com/Product-Line?id=a0jC0000005QF7fIAG">http://www.diversitech.com/Product-Line?id=a0jC0000005QF7fIAG</a>

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  • Empire_2
    Empire_2 Member Posts: 2,343
    Looks OK

    It looks OK and I will probably try one out in the future.  I usually go with "Little Giant" mini-series pump that has a remote basin holding roughly 1 cup of water.  It is a PAIN to squeeze in but for the most part works OK.  Not sure if I like the looks of the one you posted.



    Mike T.
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