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Old 20 May 2014, 07:21   #1
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Sea water 12v submersible pump

Does anyone have any comments on this item:
Clarke MSP12 - 12v Submersible Transfer Pump » Product

I want a pump that I can drop down into my bilge, it will pump up and out of the boat, say 1m vertically and 1.5 m horizontally and run off crocodile clips on my on-board 12v batteries.

And, and.....I cant make my jiggle-pump work at all over those distances!
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Old 20 May 2014, 08:40   #2
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I have seen one of these empty a barrel which is probably deeper than your bilge:
Diesel Fuel/Water Transfer Pump 19222 BWP12

and here's a man using one....
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I have a Rule Congo pump, I use it for everything except petrol, nice and slim to get in to those tight places.

Iirc my one pumps 30l/min at 1m. Great little thing.
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Thanks guys-have ordered the Draper.
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