(0) Shopping cart
You have no items in your shopping cart.
Shopping Categories

    24V DC Diaphragm Water Pump, 3.0 GPM

    Hot selling 24 volt diaphragm water pump is an electric booster pump with 8A current, 3.0 GPM/11.3 LPM flow, 3m suction lift, and 45 PSI/3.1BAR stop pressure. Mirco self-priming water pump, low energy consumption, high performance, can start and stop automatically.
    SKU: ATO-DP-24V
    30-day Returns
    Free Shipping
    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    Buy a 24V DC diaphragm water pump online. It is a micro electric diaphragm pump that automatically starts and stops the water supply, comes with an adjustable pressure switch, 3.0 GPM/11.3 LPM flow, 45 PSI/3.1BAR stop pressure, suitable for RV water supply, yacht boosting, agriculture irrigation, etc.


    • Model: ATO-STFDP3-132-010-050-3330
    • Type: Electric Diaphragm Pump
    • Voltage: 24V DC
    • Current: 4A
    • Lift: 30M
    • Suction Distance: 3M
    • Flow: 3.0 GPM/11.3 LPM
    • Stop Pressure: 45 PSI/3.1BAR
    • Control Method: Pressure Switch
    • Interface Mode: 1/2" External Thread

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    24V DC diaphragm water pump dimension


    12V DC diaphragm water pump details


    12V DC diaphragm water pump applications

    Tips: DC Diaphragm Pump vs. AC Diaphragm Pump

    DC (direct current) diaphragm pumps and AC (alternating current) diaphragm pumps are both types of positive displacement pumps that use a diaphragm to move fluid. The main difference lies in the power source they utilize.

    DC diaphragm pumps are powered by direct current, typically from batteries or solar panels. They are commonly used in mobile or remote applications where a consistent AC power source may not be available. DC pumps are versatile, portable, and suitable for applications such as agricultural spraying, RV water systems, and marine use.

    AC diaphragm pumps, on the other hand, operate on alternating current from a standard electrical outlet. They are more commonly used in stationary or industrial settings where a continuous power supply is accessible. AC diaphragm pumps are often employed for tasks like transferring liquids in industrial processes, water circulation, or fluid transfer in commercial applications.

    In summary, the choice between DC and AC diaphragm pumps depends on the specific requirements of the application, with DC pumps being favored for mobility and remote locations, while AC pumps are suitable for stationary and industrial settings with a reliable power source.

    Write your review for 24V DC Diaphragm Water Pump, 3.0 GPM
    • Only registered users can write reviews
    • Bad
    • Excellent