Johnson Pump Cartridge Bilge Pumps

Johnson Pump Cartridge Bilge Pumps


The Johnson Pump Cartridge Bilge Pump features easy-to-install Dura-Port discharge ports to eliminate stress cracking caused by over-tightened hose clamps.


  • Compact, All-In-One Motor/Impeller Unit
  • No Tools Needed For Maintenance
  • Extremely Energy Efficient
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The pumps are delivered including both a straight and a 90 degree smooth elbow Dura-Port as well as a removable check valve.
Both the Cartridge and the Ultima Combo pumps may be manually operated via the Johnson Pump bilge control panel.


  • Water-cooled motor for long service intervals
  • Meets the international standard, ISO 8849 marine
  • Capacity 3 ft (0.9 m) head (13.6 V): 33 l/min - 525 GPH
  • Capacity Straight: 40 l/min - 630 GPH
  • Amerpage: 2.5A
  • Fuse Size: 5 A
  • Connection: 3/4"
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