Hailea Submersible Water Pump


Pump: Hailea HX8810
Sale price£24.99

Hailea Submersible Water Pumps

Hailea’s ranges of pumps are tried and tested and renowned throughout the industry for their efficiency and reliability. Each Hailea Water Pump can shift a large volume of water for its small size and can attach to either 19mm or 25mm pipework with ease.

How the Hailea Submersible Water Pumps Work

The large filter screen on this unit prevents impurities from passing through the pump and on into piping systems, lowering the chances of blockages and improving levels of efficiency when used with hydroponic systems. Blockages and equipment failures can lead to root-systems drying out – when this happens there is only a small timeframe to correct issues before plants start to suffer irreversible damage. Using a pump made by Hailea helps to ensure that the chances of this are greatly reduced.

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1 x Hailea Water Pump of your choice (choose your pump above)
2 x Plastic outlet attachments


  • Tried, tested and renowned throughout the hydroponic industry
  • Corrosion-resistant ABS plastic casing
  • Hailea HX8810 Water Pump fits 19mm pipework
  • Hailea HX8830, HX8860 and HX8890 Water Pumps fit 25mm pipework
  • Mounted suction cups
  • High-quality resin helps to form a sealed unit
  • Reliable - engineered for continuous use
  • Large sized, quality filter screen
  • Comes in four sizes

How To Use

How to Use Hailea Submersible Water Pumps

The Hailea Water Pump is perfect for use in hydroponic systems that require the movement of nutrients to-and-from container areas, such as flood and drain, run to waste-systems, dripper systems, etc. To use this pump, screw one of the outlet attachments into the top of the unit and connect your tubing. Place the unit in your desired position and secure it into place using the suction pads on the underside. Always keep the 3-pin plug well away from any liquids! Ensure that any water-flow is well away from electrics before plugging the unit in and turning on at the mains.

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