Black Corrugated Hose (25mm / 1ins) per metre - (BER202)
Bermuda 2000 Pond Pump
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Product Code: BER0253 EAN: 5016227392533
Yet another marvellous Bermuda pond pump to power fountains, waterfalls, cascades or used in conjunction with a filter.
Ideal to create great effects in a small pond, the Bermuda 2000 Pond Pump is supplied with three fountain head attachments including spray, bell jet and geyser.
Built to last, this is a tough pump that can run all day long, enlivening the pond and surrounds with lovely movement and the relaxing sound of flowing water.
Easily maintained and with a useful lifting handle, the Bermuda 2000 has a dual flow adjuster, connector, T-piece and telescopic extension pipe.
Bermuda 2000 Pond Pump Features:
- Hosetail (12mm, 20mm and 32mm)
- 3 fountain head attachments
- Maximum head height: 2.8 metres
- Power consumption: 45 watts
- 10m cable
- 3 year guarantee
Pond Pump Flow Rates:
- Maximum flow rate: 2000 litres (440 gallons) per hour
- Max flow at 0.5m: 1777 litres (390 gallons) per hour
- Max flow at 1m: 1512 litres (333 gallons) per hour
- Max flow at 1.5m: 1210 litres (266 gallons) per hour
- Max flow at 2m: 813 litres (179 gallons) per hour
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Questions and Answers (6)
I cannot remove the front cover to clean the filter and impeller. It moves at the top slightly but appears stuck at the bottom and I don't want to force it off and maybe break it. Have you any advice?We Replied:
Dear Chad Thank you for your question. The front cage is usually very tight to stop it falling off in the pond. To remove the cover it just requires a bit of force, there are no clips to be pressed, it will just pull straight off. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Paul IlsleyMonday 01st, June, 2015
John Moore Asked:
Do you know what the sizes of the threads are on the T piece?We Replied:
Dear John, Thank you for your question. The inner thread going into the pump is 20mm. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind Regards Dan EvertonSunday 15th, November, 2015
I have a BER253 pump, ii's about 5 years old and hasn't had a lot of use but recently when switching it off it trips the power. A couple of people have suggested "it's the windings"? Does that sound likely and, if so, is it serviceable or will I need to replace it?We Replied:
Dear Stuart Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, the manufactures have gone out of business. the only internal part that can cause a fixable fault is the impeller shaft and blades breaking. If you take the front casing off and the well cover it will reveal the impeller. Remove this from the pump, hold the magnetic shaft in you hand and turn the blades. If they turn all the way around this is at fault, if they turn halfway and stop the impeller is ok. We would not recommend continued use if the unit keeps tripping and would suggest buying a replacement pump. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind Regards Dan EvertonTuesday 17th, May, 2016
Jim Moffat Asked:
I have a Bermuda Submersible Pump model Ber114 (AC 230v, 50Hz, 45w IPX8, Hmax 3.2 m) in my small fish pond for a waterfall effect. This has started to work at reduced flow. I have stripped the pump down and have found that the hollow plastic tube (which has a fan attached to one end,passes through the centre of a magnet and has a thin plastic rod from the end locking plate assembly passing through the centre) has snapped. Due to the break being rough there is sufficient torque to give output of water, just reduced. Is it possible to purchase a refurbishment kit to replace the broken items, or is it a new pump? As my model is over 10 years old what would you advise as a replacement?We Replied:
Dear Jim Moffat Thank you for your question. We are sorry to say that as Bermuda have gone out of business we are unable to get any replacements as the 2000 impellers are now sold out. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Dan EvertonSunday 07th, August, 2016
Alan Wheeler Asked:
My Bermuda 253 pump is working beautifully but the plastic bit which screws into the hole at the top of the pump that connects to the plastic fountain and waterfall fitting has snapped. Can you help?We Replied:
Dear Alan Thank you for your question. Please follow this link to the appropriate spare: /aquatics/bermuda-t-spares-2000-3000-models.htm Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Dan EvertonTuesday 21st, March, 2017
From where can I buy a new fountain head for my Bermuda 253?We Replied:
Dear Mark Thank you for your question. Please see the link below: /aquatics/bermuda-medium-fountain-jet.htm Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Dan EvertonMonday 01st, May, 2017
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