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Bilge Pumping Systems - 24 Pages

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02 Bilge Pumping Systems INTRODUCTION Manual Diaphragm Pumps Jabsco Amazon Bilge Pump These are the traditional mainstay of small craft bilge pumping systems and can offer surprisingly good flow rates, as well as a variety of installation options. Yacht racing rules state that at least one pump must be capable of being pumped from the cockpit with all hatches shut. The best way to accomplish this is with a through deck kit, which allows the pump to be installed safely below decks while the operator pumps from above. A well-designed manual bilge pump is very hard to block due to its large bore hose and valves and one-piece diaphragm. The larger pumps in Jabsco’s line of manual bilge pumps are also suitable for ballast and waste transfer. Bilge Strainer 29290 Series Electric Submersible Pumps By far the most popular type of electric bilge pumps, submersibles give very high outputs, are cost effective, have low amp draw and are easy to install. They are designed to fit in the lowest part of the bilge and only require discharge pipework and electricity supply. However, flow rates decrease as the discharge head increases, so check our recommended maximum discharge heads, and if in doubt, always increase the size of the pump. Although our submersibles can be run dry for up to two hours, pump life can be extended by avoiding dry running whenever possible. All submersibles can be operated using a float or Hydro Air switch, and remotely controlled outside the bilge compartment by using a Rule switch panel. Electric Diaphragm Pumps These pumps are excellent for shallow bilge boats, where the water left behind by other types of pumps will slop from side to side. With the small size of inlet plumbing, they are very effective as bilge pumps, removing all but the last drops of water. Diaphragm pumps can be run dry, which removes the need to watch overboard outlets while the pump is running. The ability to self-prime means they can be mounted in an easily accessible, high and dry location to simplify installation and improve serviceability. Most models in the line are supplied complete with a Pumpgard™ strainer to protect the pumps from bilge debris

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Electric Flexible Impeller Pumps Flexible impeller pumps make excellent bilge pumps, principally because of their ability to handle bilge debris without damage. Because of the robust design, many owners still use our 12 volt DC or 24 volt DC flexible impeller motor pump units that are up to 25 years old! Flexible impeller pumps also give the benefits of good flow, low cost, low size and weight, and are easily serviced and maintained. Most flexible impeller pumps must not be run dry, as this will damage the impeller and require replacing. However, the Utility Puppy 2000 and 3000 both allow a maximum...

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Rule Bilge Pumps Rule Submersible Bilge Pumps have set the standard for the industry for decades. They are the first choice of yachtsmen and fishermen throughout the world. More innovations in bilge pump design have come from Rule Industries than any other manufacturer, and we are proud to offer the broadest range of bilge pumps in the world. Rule Industries has taken the initiative to once again set the standard. We're moving forward to redesign our bilge pumps from the 360 to the 4000 GPH pumps. As we look into the future, you'll see new designs, more options and higher efficiencies. FEATURES...

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02 Bilge Pumping Systems ELECTRIC SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS Electronic sensing operation on the principle of impeller resistance. Float switches are not required. The pump will turn on every 2-1/2 minutes for about one second to sense for water. If water is present, the pump will sense resistance and continue to run until all water is removed. Thereafter, it will check for water every 2-1/2 minutes. Power use in the checking mode is minimal. FEATURES AND BENEFITS • No external switch. • Pump operates automatically by sensing for water. • Pump turns on every 2-1/2 minutes to feel for water. When water...

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LOW PROFILE BILGE PUMPS FOR TIGHT SPACES Designed to bring pumping power to tight spaces, Rule's LoPro Series Bilge Pumps are only 2.4" (6cm) high. The LP900S model features two automated modes. The first one engages the pump when the water level reaches 2" (5cm) or 1.3" (3.25cm) (user choice); and the second one checks for water by briefly turning on the pump every 2-1/2 minutes. The LP900D model uses a traditional float and/or panel switch for operation. FEATURES AND BENEFITS • Multiple modes of operation. The LP900S features two automated modes of operation. • High or low water sensing mode....

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02 Bilge Pumping Systems BILGE PUMP CONTROL & PANEL SWITCHES Rule-A-Matic® Plus™ Float Switch SuperSwitch™ Float Switch 37A Backed by a five-year warranty, the non-mercury SuperSwitch™ is designed for the toughest applications. Design includes marine-grade, 14 gauge blocked wire, a larger float for increased buoyancy, removable base for easy servicing and a snap switch design capable of handling pumps drawing up to 20 amps at 12 volt DC. Models 37A and 37FA include a five-year warranty. Sleek and rugged, the Rule-a-Matic® Plus™ Float Switch has a strong, fully integrated and impact-resistant cover,...

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3-Way Panel Lighted Switch [ BILGE pump rule For use with any automatically controlled pump. Toggle has three positions (automatic, off or manual) and a "fail-safe” spring return to "off” from the "manual” position. Panel is black stainless steel with a red indicator light and fuse holder. Similar to the Lighted Panel Switch, but without the indicator light or fuse holder. The "manual” position has a "fail-safe” spring return to "off” so you can't leave your pump running by accident. Black stainless steel panel. 3-Way Panel with Lighted Rocker Switch BILGE PUMP For use with any automatically controlled...

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02 Bilge Pumping Systems GENERAL PURPOSE PUMPS A compact, full-capacity shower drain system. Automatically turns on after the water starts and shuts off when the water is removed. Activated by a non-mercury Rule-a-Matic® Plus™ Float Switch. Available with one or three inlet ports which offer varying combinations of inlet hose. Other features include a clear screw-down cover, a removable strainer for easy cleaning and an internal check valve to prevent back flow.

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