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Goulds 10GBS15 High Pressure Multi-Stage Booster Pump 10GPM, 1.5 HP, 15STG, 1PH, ODP, 1" NPT Suction/Discharge

Goulds 10GBS15 High Pressure Multi-Stage Booster Pump 10GPM, 1.5 HP, 15STG, 1PH, ODP, 1" NPT Suction/Discharge

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The GB series High Pressure Multi-Stage Booster Pumps utilize a multi-stage configuration for consistent, noiseless, and smooth operation. These centrifugal pumps offer adjustable capacity and allow for flow selection within a specified range for each model size. The GB pumps are offered in standard cast iron for general use and can be optionally constructed with Stainless Steel for filtration purposes.


  • Multi-stage Design: Provides steady, quiet, vibration free, operation.
  • Optional Stainless Steel Construction: Standard cast iron for general service or stainless for filtration applications.
  • O-ring Casing Seal: Reliable high pressure sealing with easy disassembly for maintenance or repair.
  • Impellers and Diffusers: Glass filled engineered composite material with floating impeller design. High resistance to corrosion and abrasion.
  • Bowls: 300 stainless steel rabbit lock for positive alignment with no gasket required.
  • Variable Capacity: Centrifugal pump design permits selection of flow within a range for each size.
  • Mechanical Seal: A variety of face materials and elastomers to match application needs.
  • Motors: Close coupled NEMA 56J motors in open drip proof or totally enclosed design. Single phase and three phase available. Ball bearings carry all radial and axial thrust loads. Designed for continuous operation.

Residential, commercial or agricultural pressure wash
Reverse osmosis
Evaporative cooling systems/misters
Booster Service
Spray systems
Water Circulation
General Purpose pumping

Product Details

- Horsepower: 1.5
- Volts: 115/230
- Phase: Single
- Enclosure: ODP
- Stages: 15
-Material: Stainless Steal
-Pipe Connections: 1" NPT Discharge and Suction

WARNINGS: Pumps used on open spray applications must be plugged into electrical service which is protected by a Ground Fault Service Interrupter. Failure to do so may result in serious personal injury or death and property damage.
- Do not run pump dry.
- Do not run pump below minimum flow.
- If positive suction pressure is not available, be sure pump and suction line (with foot valve) are primed before starting pump.

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