82405-0092

Jabsco HotShot Series Automatic Washdown Pumps

Jabsco HotShot Series Automatic Washdown Pumps

Description

The Jabsco HotShot Series Automatic Washdown Pumps can handle fish box, scaling, boat and anchor chain cleaning and is ideal for the harshest marine environments.

Features

  • Ergonomically Designed Spray Nozzle Provides Powerful and Accurate Fire Power with Every Shot
  • Quick Disconnect Ports Allow for Ease of Installations in Hard to Reach Places
  • Improved Noise Dampening Rubber Feet Significantly Minimizes Vibration
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$189.72
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$146.68
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A hard-fought reputation backed by over 35 years ofoperational excellence - proven with over 7 million Jabsco diaphragm pumps in service worldwide.

The time for the next generation of Par-Max Series washdown pumps is now, and we didn't hold anything back.The new Hotshot Series robust five chamber, patented co-injected molded diaphragm and larger heavier dutymotor brushes significantly extend pump life up to 50% longer than existing Jabsco Par-Max Series diaphragmpumps. While other manufacturers claim extreme performance, Jabsco's Hotshot Series proves it with itsunmatched 6.0 GPM (22.7 lpm) model.

Jabsco Hotshot Series washdown pumps are available in 4.0 (15.1 lpm), 5.0 (18.9 lpm) and 6.0 GPM (22.7 lpm)with pressures up to 70 PSI (4.8 bar) and are self-priming up to 10ft. (3m).

Features and Benefits

  • Jabsco now offers a complete range of 3-7 GPM washdown pumps
  • Sealed switch and co-injected molded diaphragm, eliminate leak paths, extending the life of the pumps by up to 50%
  • Jabsco's robust electric diaphragm pump design, proven with over 7 million units in service
  • PumpGard Strainer, prevents over 99% of the finest particles from clogging the pump
  • IPX6 rated
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Jabsco HotShot Series Automatic Washdown Pumps 82405-0092 HotShot Series Automatic Washdown Pump, 4.0 GPM, 70 PSI, 12VDC
$146.68
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Jabsco HotShot Series Automatic Washdown Pump w/25'HoseCoil - 4.0GPM - 70psi - 12VDC 82904-0092 HotShot Series Automatic Washdown Pump, 4.0 GPM, 70 PSI, 12VDC, With 25' Hosecoil
$174.35
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Jabsco HotShot Series Automatic High Pressure Washdown Pump - 5.0GPM-70psi-12VDC 82505-0092 HotShot Series Automatic Washdown Pump, 5.0 GPM, 70 PSI, 12VDC
$175.26
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Jabsco HotShot Series Automatic Washdown Pump - 6.0GPM - 70psi - 12VDC 82605-0092 HotShot Series Automatic Washdown Pump. 6.0 GPM, 70 PSI, 12VDC
$184.64
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Jabsco HotShot Series Automatic Washdown Pump - 5.0GPM - 70psi - 24VDC 82505-0094 HotShot Series Automatic Washdown Pump, 5.0 GPM, 70 PSI, 24VDC
$187.76
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Jabsco HotShot Series Automatic Washdown Pump w/25' HoseCoil - 5.0GPM - 70psi - 12VDC 82905-0092 HotShot Series Automatic Washdown Pump, 5.0 HPM, 70 PSI, 12VDC, With 25' Hosecoil
$194.58
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Jabsco HotShot Automatic Washdown Pump w/Hosecoil - 5.0GPM - 70PSI - 24VDC 82905-0094 HotShot Series Automatic Washdown Pump, 5.0 GPM, 70 PSI, 24VDC, With 25' Hosecoil
$200.94
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Jabsco HotShot Series Automatic Washdown Pump w/25' HoseCoil - 6.0GPM - 70psi - 12VDC 82906-0092 HotShot Series Automatic Washdown Pump, 6.0 GPM, 70 PSI, 12VDC, With 25' Hosecoil
$210.91
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