Johnson Pump Viking Power 32 Vacuum Pump

Johnson Pump Viking Power 32 Vacuum Pump


The Johnson Pump Viking Power 32 Vacuum Pump was designed to meet the rigorous demands of the world's leading manufacturers of boats, recreational vehicles, and buses.


  • Maximum Flow 32l/min
  • Specifically Engineered To Pump Black Wastewater
  • Uncompromising Odor-Prevention Features
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The Viking Power Vacuum has double check-valves and can therefore also be used in vacuum toilet systems. Naturally, pumping ordinary shower or sink drain water or bilge water is no problem for either pump.

Like the Viking Power 16, this new pump has been engineered with a ball-bearing supported transmission for long service life. The pump can not only be run dry, it can also handle a mixture of air and water without difficulty. The Viking Power 32/Vacuum provides maximum flow of 32 liters per minute and is self-priming up to a height 3.5 (Vacuum) meters.

Although powered by an electric motor, this pump can also be cranked by hand in an emergency. The pump has been designed to prevent the leakage of unpleasant odors; and the Viking Power 32/Vacuum can be installed in a variety of different positions. The Viking Power 32/Vacuum is built to last, yet priced competitively.


  • Whisper quiet operation
  • Self-priming
  • High-impact glass-fiber reinforced nylon body
  • Ball-bearing supported transmission
  • Non-choke valves - no waste shredding required
  • Pump head rotatable 360°
  • Double check valves on Viking Power Vacuum
  • Self-priming up to 2.5 meters (8.2 feet)
  • Can be run dry and can pump air/water mixture
  • Robust single diaphragm
  • Electric motor with power-out, manual-crank backup
  • Complies with ISO 15083 and small craft bilge pump
  • Standard for vessels above 12 m (39.4 ft)
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Johnson Pump Viking Power 32 Vacuum Pump 10-13373-07 Viking Power 32 Vacuum Pump, 12V
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