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Stenner Pump 45MHP10 - Most Popular Model
Stenner Pump 45MHP10
Stenner Pump 45MHP10

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Stenner Pump 45MHP10
Our Price: $539.99
Sale Price: $419.99
Savings: $120.00

Quantity in Stock:13

Availability: Usually Ships in 24 Hours
Product Code: 45MHP10

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Water Protection*:

Additonal Tubing*:

Description Shipping & Transit Times

Stenner 45MHP10

This is the most popular Stenner Pump model! The product is stocked in Salt Lake City, Utah; Detroit, Michigan; & Atlanta, Georgia.

1 to 2-day shipping to 95% of the USA. Chemworld also sells just a replacement Stenner 45MHP10 pump with no accessories as in the photo.

What is the rating of the Stenner Model 45MHP10?
The break down of this Stenner Model 45MHP10 is 45MJH2A1S.
  1. Adjustable head rated at 100 psi.
  2. Rated at 0.5 to 10.0 GDP.
  3. Voltage/Hertz is 110/120 Volt.
  4. 1/4 inch suction and discharge tubing size.
  5. Santoprene tube material. Check out the material compatibility chart, if you are concerned about chemical compatibility.
There are other options for Stenner 45MHP10. If you need a different voltage, tube size, or material discharge size please refer to our main Stenner 45M page.

Pump Kit includes (everything in the picture):

ChemWorld also sells just the replacement Stenner Pump 45MHP10 without all the items in the kit.

Note: This is a 1/4" suction and discharge pump. If you require a 1/4" black suction OR a different discharge tube, please order Stenner Pump 85MHP17.

Need other options for your Stenner pump. Check out our main Stenner Pump product page.

Need to convert to a 3/8" discharge tube?
Convert your Stenner pump to a 3/8" discharge tube size by ordering the Stenner 1/4" to 3/8" tube adapters. You will also require a 3/8" chemical injection quill if you are injecting the product into a pipe.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you tell me if we can increase our pumping capacity on a 45MHP10 to a 45MHP-22? Do we need to buy a new pump head to accommodate the larger Santoprene tube? There will be no issues from switching from a 45MHP10 to 45MHP22 and it will remain NSF61 compliant. Per Stenner's Tech support you simply need to change out the #2 pump tube for a #7 pump tube.

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
4 of 5 take pictures on all send back August 6, 2018
Reviewer: KAREN MOODY from Saint Marys, GA United States  
first time user order wrong pump...got RMA in reasonable time...sent back wrong pump and ordered right pump.....they  said we used..too bad....we believe this was a mix up.....a very expensive mix up...so buyer beware

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5 of 5 cholinator December 19, 2015
Reviewer: ronald donelson from Tavares, FL United States  
great price and fast shipping thanks

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4 of 5 Good pump, bad ferrules May 3, 2015
Reviewer: Jerry Adair from Leander, TX United States  
This kit comes with the pump and several associated components. The tubing is good, as is the pinch tube, and the retaining nuts perform well too. But the ferrules? Gheez no. No matter what trick I tried, the tubing line that connects the output of the pump to the inlet my well line (pvc) would burst out of its ferrule and nut combination, and chlorinated water would spill all over my outbuilding floor. I finally went with a different style of ferrule that holds the tubing line noticeably tighter. Fortunately I had a couple of these lying around. Those ferrules work well, no more surprise surprise of tubing coming out of the output port on the pump because the friggin ferrule wouldn't hold it in place. I tried to find more of these ferrules on the Stenner website, but they only sell the crap ones that came in the kit.

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