502621302 Beckett 210 GPH Submersible Pump
Beckett Submersible Pump, Versa Series G210A
The Versa Series submersible pumps offer a top of the line epoxy encapsulated design to meet all your continuous duty requirements. Environmentally safe, energy-efficient and can be used in a variety of industrial applications. Pump features a heavy duty sleeve bearing motor for maximum output and reliability.
- Original replacement pump for Husqvarna, Target, & Felker 1-1/2 hp tile saws
- Will work for most 1-1/2 hp tile saws including Dewalt D24000, and Pearl VX10.2XL Pro
- Made by Beckett co, model G210A
- Designed for underwater use direct drive epoxy design for oil-free operation
- Removable screen inlet for easy cleaning
G210A Pump Technical Data
- Height 3 3/4" x Width 3 1/2" x Length 4 1/2"
- Outlet 1/4" MNPT 1/2" I.D. Hose
- 0.5 Amps, 25 Watts
- 210 Gals per hour
- 6ft. cord
- 7 ft. maximum lift (pumping height)
Submersible Pump Applications
- Continuous duty operation
- Low maintenance
- Underwater use only
- Environmentally safe
- Not oil-filled
Questions & Answers (3)
Hi does this work for the dewalt wet saw?
Yes, this pump works with the Dewalt D24000 Wet saw
Hello, I have this pump currently and the impeller blades are broken are there replacement blades for this unit?
Unfortunately the impellers are not sold separately.
Do you sell just the inlet screen?
The inlet is not available for purchase from Contractors Direct. Each pump does complete with an inlet screen and is ready-to-use.
Ratings & Reviews
made my life easier
by softtouchtiler -
by tilem -
This pump will work for the life of your saw and the next one two... Powerful and easy to clean when needed. it lays perfectly in the tray and supply you with steady and powerful water pressure!
just what i needed!
by chas -
installed quickly and does it's job.
by Tile guy Paulo
This pump came with my Dewalt 2400 that I recently purchased, worked great for a few months then suddenly stopped pumping. I took it apart to see what the issue was and it turned out the plastic bladed that spin around to pump the water must have rubbed up against something because they were all broken. Figured it must have been a fluke thing so I went online and spent another $80 for the same pump. I use a wet saw every day so while I waited for that to arrive I went to Home Depot to buy a cheap one for $20 until the new one arrived. When the new one arrived after a few days I switched the crappy one for the new one and within 2 days the same crap happened with the plastic blades and had to put the crappy one back In which has never given me problems and its $60 cheaper. This pump feels real heavy duty but definitely some kind of issue with how close the blades are to the walls, not worth the money. Your better off getting the ones from Depot, they always work and take a beating.
Do not buy the GR 210A
Got it with a Dewalt D24000 wet saw. The impeller broke the first time I used it. Do not buy the GR210A as it has a rotating volute and it will eventually come loose and break the impeller. I have not been able to buy a impeller only which perhaps should not cost a few dollars. Instead you have to buy a whole new unit. Other models seems to be connected secularly but not the GR model.