124PF

Beckson Thirsty-Mate Pumps

Beckson Thirsty-Mate Pumps

Description

The Beckson Thirsty-Mate Pump is very easy to clean and will not rust, corrode, or mar your boat.

Features

  • Angled Top Sleeve
  • Contoured Red Tee Handle
  • Self-Priming Plunger Valve
List Price
$41.60
Your Price
$33.26
In Stock

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Details

The Beckson THIRSTY-MATE hand pump is manufactured in the U.S.A. of the finest materials available. If your THIRSTY-MATE hand pump becomes clogged, simply remove the foot valve assembly and clean out the inside. Spare parts such as replacement foot valve assemblies and hoses are readily available.

Features:

  • Non-conductive material
  • Special polyvinyl grey body and shaft
  • Removable foot valve for cleaning
  • Self-priming
  • Solvent welded construction
  • Will withstand temperature to 120 degrees F (49 degrees C)
  • Length: 24"
  • Diameter: 1-3/4"
  • Strokes/Gal: 6
  • Capacity: 10GM
  • Hose Length: 24"

 

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