32605-0094

Jabsco PAR-Max Washdown Pump Kit

Jabsco PAR-Max Washdown Pump Kit

Description

The Jabsco PAR-Max Washdown Pump Kit is ideal for cleaning decks, cockpits, and anchors on yachts of a range of sizes and can be connected to sea or fresh water.

Features

  • Corrosion Resistant
  • Suitable for High Pressure Applications
  • Self Priming up to 10ft
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$175.58
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$135.73
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Details

Comes with an intake strainer, spray nozzle and quickconnect 3/4" hose barb fittings.

Features

  • Flow: 4.0 GPM
  • Fitting: Connections for 3/4" ID hose
  • Dimensions:7.8" long x 4.0 wide x 4.0 high - 5lb
  • High pressure jet blasts mud and silt from anchor chain and decks
  • Waterproof with sealed motor and sealed pressure switch for mounting in
    exposed positions
  • Thermal overload protection automatically stops the motor if it overheats
  • Dry Running
  • Soft Rubber mounts
  • Complies with USCG 183.410 and ISO 8846 MARINE (Ignition Protection)
  • Supplied complete with Pumpgard™ abd trigger nozzle
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Jabsco PAR-Max Washdown Pump Kit 32605-0094 PAR-Max Washdown Pump Kit, 4.0 GPM, 60 PSI, 24V
$135.73
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