Pan World

50PX - 590 GPH

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Reliable external pump at an economical price. Compact, quiet, and efficient.

  • Max Flow: 590 GPH
  • Max Head: 16.5 Ft
  • ¾ ” Inlet(MPT)/ ¾ ” Outlet(MPT)
  • 90 watts


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 part 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”

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Input Size 0.75" (3/4 in.)
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Product Questions

I have a 180 gallon tank, with two corner overflows, and will be using a 55 gallon sump underneath the stand. Will this pump be large enough to handle both return lines?
Question by: Joshua on Apr 17, 2014, 4:16 AM
Hi Joshua,
The drains are self regulating and will only drain the water that is pumped back up to the tank (the only water that will overflow into the overflow is the water that is moved up). So really the question is always whether or not the overflows can drain fast enough to keep up with the pump. As a whole though, this would be a very small pump for a tank that size. Folks usually target flow in the 7-10x the size of the tank . Considering your tank is 180g that would put you in the 1300-1800gph range.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Apr 17, 2014, 4:16 AM