32600-0292

Jabsco Automatic Water System Pumps

Jabsco Automatic Water System Pumps

Description

The Jabsco Automatic Water System Pump is an efficient, high-flow, self-priming pump that serves 4 or more outlets.

Features

  • Quiet Running
  • Motor Protected by Automatic Thermal Overload Cut-Out
  • Supplied with Snap-In Ports for Hose or Hep20 Connectors
List Price
$168.68
Your Price
$130.39
In Stock

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Details

 

  • Connections: for 13mm (½") bore hose or Hep20 push-fit connectors CW193
  • Dimensions: 220mm long, 105mm wide, 113mm high
  • Fuse Size: 15 amp
  • Output: 13 litres/minute (2.9 gallons/minute) open flow
  • Weight: 2.5(kgs)
  • PRESSURE SWITCH - cuts in at 0.7bar (10psi) - cuts out at 1.7bar (25psi)
  • Multi-diaphragm design self primes to 1.5m vertical lift, can run dry without damage
  • Motor protected by automatic thermal overload cut-out
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