250PS - 1900 GPH - Pan World

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250PS - 1900 GPH - Pan World

100% Recommend this to a friend (8 of 8)

SKU: 202009

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Pan World Model 250PS Specs

  • 1900gph max flow

  • 45 foot max head pressure

  • 1" MPT in/out
  • Footprint 6 x 14

  • 390 watts

Full Details

Pan World makes a good quality, low to medium flow, seal-free centrifugal pump engineered for high performance and trouble-free operation. All Pan World pumps feature magnetic drives, seal free bearings and come with a two year parts and labor guarantee.


ATTENTION: Maintain the life of your pump.


99% of all pump failures and broken impellers are caused by foreign objects (snails, sand, gravel, hermit crabs, etc.) entering the pump housing. Pumps damaged by foreign objects are NOT covered under any warranty and are expensive to fix or replace. To prevent damage to your pump, we suggest using a bulkhead strainer on the intake bulkhead to reduce the possibility of a foreign object entering the pump. A variety of strainers from 1/2” to 2” are available at BulkReefSupply.com.

Quick Compare - Pan World

ModelPower UsageMaximum FlowMaximum HeadConnections

Panworld 10PX


180 GPH

6.5 Ft.

MNPT In/Out 1/2”

PanWorld 30PX


258 GPH

10.1 Ft.

MNPT In/Out 3/4”

PanWorld 40PX


480 GPH

13.5 Ft.

MNPT In/Out 3/4”

PanWorld 50PX


590 GPH

16.5 Ft.

MNPT In/Out 3/4”

PanWorld 100PX


790 GPH

21 Ft.

MNPT In/Out 3/4”

PanWorld 50PXX


1110 GPH

13 Ft.

MNPT In/Out 1”

PanWorld 100PXX


1270 GPH

13 Ft.

MNPT In/Out 1”

PanWorld 150PS


1100 GPH

28 Ft.

MNPT In/Out 1”

PanWorld 200PS


1750 GPH

39 Ft.

MNPT In/Out 1”

PanWorld 250PS


1900 GPH

45 Ft.

MNPT In/Out 1”


8 Items

  • Simply the Best By Ldog on 6/9/2014

    This pump has been functioning as the main return on my 230 gal for three years now. Works quietly, efficiently without the leak problems associated with direct impeller drive pumps that I use on my closed loop circulation. I wish this style pump could be scaled up to a 3000 GPH unit, they would corner the market. Simply the best pump I have purchased.
  • Excellent Pump!! By Darienholt on 8/21/2013

    Had this pump running on my 350g reef tank for 24/7 for 11yrs. It's a work horse, and minimum noise. I recently replaced it and bought the exact same pump.
  • Awesome Pump By Brian S on 12/10/2012

    I've had the 250 ps pump for 6 months and have it pumping a 200 gal system where the display tank is a floor upstairs, about a 20 foot rise. I have to close a ball valve to limit it's output to about 1/2 cause this thing moves some water. I have my sump in the basement and the 200 ps would have been enough. In fact I'm getting a 200 ps as this pump's backup. Love it and would recommend to a friend. Do yourself a favor and use tapcons to mount a piece of wood like a 2 x 6 to the concrete floor. Then a piece of rubber to dampen vibration and mount the pump to the block of wood sandwiching the rubber. We can't hear this at all once mounted correctly.
  • Excellent pump ! By Bryan on 9/23/2012

    I have this pump currently in use at my mixing station. I have it set up to move water from container to container to mix my salt and move water from the basement to the display tank. I can do a 40 gallong water change in about 5 minutes with this pump. Eventually I will use it as a return when I move my sump to the basement.
  • lots of pressure at a price By hartin461 on 5/10/2012

    Had the 250 for about 10 months now and am very happy with it.I have a basement sump feeding a 180 tank and 2 breeders along with a 100 gallon sump. Plenty of pressure and noise is nothing but a hum. Does cost me about $35 a month at 16 cents a kilo watt though.Very pleased...
  • Definitely Powerful By dtawahn on 5/6/2012

    Yes, this was more than enough pump for our tank. We placed small fans around the pump to promote cooling, because the pump does create a lot of heat. Once the temperature is controlled, we have an awesome pump that is pretty quiet. We might end up running pipe under the house to store the pump down there for extra cooling and noise control.
  • Powerful yet quiet By Tina on 2/19/2011

    this pump puts out the FULL 1900 gph. Not for the little tank. I was running text to an Iwaki MD70RLT and it was quieter. I know run 2 of these. I have one running my undergravel jets which are split into 2 outputs and those split into 8 output jets each and I still have good flow.
    The other runs my sump return and is split into 2 returns with locline. The flow output is awesome. In fact I will probably put a y on the ends of each and split it again just for more circulation.
  • More pump than I expected By TK on 1/5/2011

    I was planning on buying the 200 to drive dual Kent 3/4" venturi valves on my 4' homemade skimmer. I figured for the extra $30 I would just get the bigger 250. Should have stuck with my original plan, I need to add a ball valve to "bleed off" some pressure. This is a BIG & POWERFUL pump. B+ on the noisy scale.


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