10-13530-01

Johnson Pump Viking Universal Manual Bilge Pump

Johnson Pump Viking Universal Manual Bilge Pump

Description

The Johnson Viking Universal Manual Bilge Pump is a heavy-duty, self-priming, hand-powered bilge pump made for nearly any type of installation.

Features

  • Valves Enable The Pump To Also Be Used For Pumping Toilet Waste
  • Fasteners Are Included For Stowing The Handle And The Safety Clasp Ensures That The Handle Cannot Be Lost While Not In Use Or During An Emergency Situation
  • Viking Universal Meets ISO 15083, "Bilge Pumping Systems"
List Price
$240.05
Your Price
$161.00
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Details

Viking Universal's mounting bracket allows for vertical or horizontal surface mounting. With the optional Through Deck kit the pump can be installed behind bulkheads or below the deck. To minimize required space the Viking Universal excels at adaption. The simple switching of the valves together with the connections allows you to choose flow direction. The included KlickTite™ straight and 90° hose connections can be used in combination. The hose connections and even the pump housing can be easily rotated for optimal positioning.



Notable Specifications:


Body and cover:Polypropylene plastic reinforced with 30% fiberglass
Diaphragm and valves:Nitrile rubber
Wetted parts:PP30GF, PA66 GF30, POM, stainless steel, nitrile rubber
Maximum suction:3M (10')
Maximum head:4M (13')
Combined suction/head:7M (23')
Connection:KlickTite? connectors 38mm (1-1/2") hose. Both straight and 90° bends are included
Max. liquid temp:+60°C (140°F)
Weight:1,5 kg (3.3 lbs)

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Johnson Pump Viking Universal Manual Bilge Pump 10-13530-01 Viking Universal Manual Bilge Pump, 38mm
$161.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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