Original replacement Impeller Assembly for Maxijet and Newajet Pumps
Complete in sealed Newa packaging
Our Newajet and Maxijet Pumps are extremely reliable under normal operating conditions, usually lasting years of service. Sometimes, silt and sediment can cause issues in hydroponic applications, the pump can get gunked up due to several reasons, including; precipitated nutrients, algae blooms and debris from substrates. Although filters can go a long way to protecting your pumps, after a few years of service the pump may fail.
Rather than throwing the pump away, the cause of the fault is most often the impeller which is easily user serviceable, so you can get the pump working again for a fraction of the cost of a new pump.
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How to use:
We recommend using a small brush (like a toothbrush) to clean the hole which the rotor goes in to prevent future issues.
It’s easy to install the rotor, just take the old one out and put the new one in its place. Make sure the end caps are seated on the axle.
In all Pumps, the rotor only fits one way round so it’s impossible to install incorrectly!
We recommend cleaning the pump in between cycles or at least once every 6 months to ensure no cross contamination between crops, frequent cleaning also reduces the likelihood of a failure.
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