36950-2000

Jabsco Electric Water System Pump

Jabsco Electric Water System Pump

Description

The Jabsco Electric Water System Pump is designed for self contained recreational vehicles and leisure boats with multiple-outlet water systems.

Features

  • Quiet Operation
  • ISO 8846 MARINE for Ignition Protection
  • Built-In Hydraulic Pulsation Dampener
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$494.68
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Details

Flow rate: Nominal 3 gallons/min at 1500 rpm
Self-priming from dry up to 4.9ft

Features:

  • Diaphragm Design Allows Dry Running
  • Built-in Discharge Check Valve
  • Large Vibration Absorbing Pads
  • Ports Available with Barb, Threads or Flare
  • Meets USCG Regulation 183.410




The systems are automatic -when a faucet is opened, the pump instantly begins operation to provide a constant flow from tank to faucet. Closing the faucet automatically discontinues pump operation.

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Jabsco Electric Water System Pump 36950-2000 Electric Water System Pump, Freshwater, Automatic, Multi-Outlet
$382.40
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