18660-0121

Jabsco Water Puppy

Jabsco Water Puppy

Description

The Jabsco Water Puppy can be used for bilge pumping, livewell circulation, washdown, and general pumping requirements.

Features

  • ISO 8846 MARINE (Ignition Protection)
  • ISO 8849 MARINE (Bilge Pump Standard)
  • Simple Design Means Fewer Wearing Parts
List Price
$200.28
Your Price
$154.84
In Stock

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Details

Features:

  • Small bilge debris present no problem to these bronze bodied, flexible impeller pumps

 

  • Flow rate: 23.8 Litres/min (6.3 USgallons/min) Self-priming from dry up to 1.2m (4ft)
  • Body: Bronze
  • Impeller: Neoprene
  • Seal: Lip type
  • Voltage: 12 Vdc
  • Amp Draw: 8 amp
  • Fuse Size: 15 amp
  • Motor: Permanent magnet type, fully enclosed, stainless steel shaft. Adapter for 3/4" External Garden Hose Thread included
  • Weight: 4-1/2 lb
  • Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    Jabsco Water Puppy 18660-0121 Water Puppy, 12V
    $154.84
    In Stock
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