Rule 4000 GPH Non-Automatic Bilge Pumps

Rule 4000 GPH Non-Automatic Bilge Pumps


The Rule 4000 Non-Automatic Bilge Pumps are great for marine plumbing systems.


  • Rugged design for tough applications
  • High capacity pumping
  • 2" discharge outlet
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Designed for the toughest applications, the 4000 gph (15140 lph) pump optimizes Rule's exclusive design features to produce the highest capacity available for a pump its size. 2" (51mm) discharge outlet. 

Notable Specifications:

  • Voltage: 12 Vdc 
  • Amp Draw: 15.5 amp 
  • Fuse Size 25 amp 
  • Height: 7 3/4 inches 196.8 mm 
  • Width: 4 7/8 Inches 124 mm 
  • Weight: 5-8 lb 2.5 kg 
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