Hydromatic announces new OSP50 Pump

11.02.2002

Ashland, Ohio – Hydromatic is pleased to announce the introduction of the OSP50 sump/effluent pump.

The OSP50 pump is simply the re-introduction of the OSP33 with a different model name. The previous OSP33 model name led most to believe that a 1/3 HP motor was driving the pump. However, this model actually used a 1/2 HP motor throughout the years. The performance curve, materials of construction, and even the motor are exactly the same as they were with the OSP33. The change also applies to the all-bronze unit, which will now be called the OSP50AB.

About Hydromatic

Hydromatic, founded in 1959, is located in Ashland, Ohio, with additional distribution in Canada. Hydromatic is a manufacturer of wastewater products for residential, commercial, municipal, domestic and international markets. Hydromatic, an ISO 9001 registered quality system, is a part of the Pentair Pump Group of Pentair, Inc.

Pentair, Inc. (NYSE: PNR) with annual sales of $2.7 billion, is a diversified manufacturer operating in three principal markets: tools, enclosures, and water technologies. Headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota, Pentair was incorporated in 1966, with 50 operations and distribution locations in North America, Europe and Asia.

Source: Pentair plc.

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