Condensate pump without cord and plug Condensate pump without cord and plug carlosgw (Mechanical) (OP) 21 Mar 10 20:49 Cord and plug cords can not be installed above suspended ceiling. Condensate pumps need to be installed above the ceiling all the time. Do you know a condensate pump without a cord and plug? RE: Condensate pump without cord and plug EnergyProfessional (Mechanical) 21 Mar 10 20:58 I think most condensate pumps are hard-wired. You mean a condensate pump for a cooling coil above ceiling, like in a VRF system? RE: Condensate pump without cord and plug steamdog (Chemical) 22 Mar 10 07:40 I am sure many manufacturer's have hard wired pumps. The one I am familiar with does: Hartell http://www.hartell.com/corp/details/0,10294,CLI1_DIV32_ETI4195,00.html RE: Condensate pump without cord and plug carlosgw (Mechanical) (OP) 22 Mar 10 08:13 I mean a small pump serving a one coil (in my current application- a furnace). Most come with a plug and cord. Including Hartell (that I saw). I am concerned that changing to hard wired in the field will affect the UL listing). RE: Condensate pump without cord and plug willard3 (Mechanical) 22 Mar 10 09:39 You must be asking about cooling condensate pumps. Steam driven condensate pumps w/o cord and plug are common. RE: Condensate pump without cord and plug steamdog (Chemical) 22 Mar 10 23:07 scroll through the Hartell catalog, they have hard wired small condensate pumps RE: Condensate pump without cord and plug RossABQ (Mechanical) 24 Mar 10 00:27 Since you also need to run a secondary pan drain down to a "conspicuous place", why not run the main drain to a pump that's in a closet or mechanical room? These pumps are not "industrial grade" in many respects, potential for failure and a wet ceiling is very real.