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Jabsco Par-Max Plus Automatic Water Pressure Pumps

Jabsco Par-Max Plus Automatic Water Pressure Pumps

Description

The Jabsco Par-Max Plus Automatic Water Pressure Pump is self-priming up to 10' and can run dry without damage.

Features

  • Robust Electric Diaphragm Pump
  • Quick Disconnect Ports Allow for Ease of Installation in Hard to Reach Places
  • IPX6 Rated
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$169.68
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$133.80
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Service up to five outlets with smooth flow and hassle-free operation

The high pressure capability of the new Jabsco Par-Max Plus Series water pressure pumps, provides exceptional flow and consistent water pressure to easily handle the demand of multiple outlets. All Par-Max Plus models include soft rubber mounts and quick connect fittings for ease of installation. The patented Par-Max Plus co-injected molded diaphragm and larger heavier duty motor brushes significantly extend pump life up to 50% longer than existing Jabsco Par-Max Series diaphragm pumps.

It's manufactured fromcorrosion resistant materials, capable of handling the harshest marine environments. Available in both 12 or 24 voltDC versions, the Par-Max Plus series water pressure pumps are certified to EN ISO 8846 Marine (Ignition Protection).Features and Benefits

  • Sealed switch and co-injected molded diaphragm, eliminates leak paths, extending the life of the pumps by up to 50%
  • Automatic pressure switch, tested over 4 millions cycles without failure
  • Improved noise dampening rubber feet, significantly minimize vibration when mounted against hard surfaces
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Jabsco Par-Max Plus Automatic Water Pressure Pumps 82400-0292 Par-Max Plus Automatic Water Pressure Pump, 12VDC, 4.0 GPM, 40 PSI
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Jabsco Par-Max Plus Automatic Water Pressure Pump - 4.0GPM-60psi-12VDC 82400-0092 Par-Max Plus Automatic Water Pressure Pump, 12VDC, 4.0 GPM, 60 PSI
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Jabsco Par-Max Plus Automatic Water Pressure Pump - 4.0GPM-25psi-24VDC 82400-0294 Par-Max Plus Automatic Water Pressure Pump, 24VDC, 4.0 GPM, 25 PSI
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Jabsco Par-Max Plus Automatic Water Pressure Pump - 4.0GPM-50psi-24VDC 82400-0094 Par-Max Plus Automatic Water Pressure Pump, 24VDC, 4.0 GPM, 50 PSI
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