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Trailer Bloke 29 July 2012 15:57

Whale Supersub Smart 650 Auto Bilge Pump
 
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I have three of these that I purchased for a project but never used

So they are brand new- super little pumps

They cost 49 each I would take 32

Voted "Best Premium Product" by Sailing Today magazine in a group test of submersible bilge pumps.

The new Supersub 650 automatic bilge pump from whale fits into spaces not normally accesible with standard pumps allowing you complete piece of mind and a dry boat!

The narrow design of the supersub allows it to be installed in engine bays, narrow or shallow bilges and also side mounted. Whilst the pump head and body can be rotated to fit exactly how you need it to.

Using new technology the pump can automatically sense the bilge water level and swithch it's self on and off accordingly meaning you don't need to an additional switch to operate the pump, however you can add one to the system if you wish.

The switching facitlity is mercury free which makes it better for the environment and with no moving parts there is less risk of cloging and reduced maintenance.

The easily removable strainer prevents debris from entering the pump and can be easily cleaned when necessary.

This pump could finally make your old bucket and sponge redundant!

Either pick up from Southampton or Fareham or can arrange postage

starnetman2001 29 July 2012 18:02

Hi,

Would one of theses be ok in the sump at the stern?

I do get all sorts in there as well as water, fish I often get dog hair with is a bit of a pain.

D

Trailer Bloke 30 July 2012 13:11

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Originally Posted by starnetman2001 (Post 478818)
Hi,

Would one of theses be ok in the sump at the stern?

I do get all sorts in there as well as water, fish I often get dog hair with is a bit of a pain.

D

They are designed for liquids, I have pumped sea water, rain water, beer, body fluids and petrol(by mistake) with them and it all was fine. Never tried fish, semen or dog hair

nik 30 July 2012 13:53

Quote:

Originally Posted by starnetman2001 (Post 478818)
Hi,

Would one of theses be ok in the sump at the stern?

I do get all sorts in there as well as water, fish I often get dog hair with is a bit of a pain.

D

I used one as a bilge pump.
Worked fine.

Trailer Bloke 31 July 2012 07:12

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Originally Posted by nik (Post 479001)
I used one as a bilge pump.
Worked fine.

This is what I have been told

Mercury 31 July 2012 09:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by Trailer Bloke (Post 478759)
I have three of these that I purchased for a project but never used

So they are brand new- super little pumps

They cost 49 each I would take 32

Voted "Best Premium Product" by Sailing Today magazine in a group test of submersible bilge pumps.

The new Supersub 650 automatic bilge pump from whale fits into spaces not normally accesible with standard pumps allowing you complete piece of mind and a dry boat!

The narrow design of the supersub allows it to be installed in engine bays, narrow or shallow bilges and also side mounted. Whilst the pump head and body can be rotated to fit exactly how you need it to.

Using new technology the pump can automatically sense the bilge water level and swithch it's self on and off accordingly meaning you don't need to an additional switch to operate the pump, however you can add one to the system if you wish.

The switching facitlity is mercury free which makes it better for the environment and with no moving parts there is less risk of cloging and reduced maintenance.

The easily removable strainer prevents debris from entering the pump and can be easily cleaned when necessary.

This pump could finally make your old bucket and sponge redundant!

Either pick up from Southampton or Fareham or can arrange postage


Would this be ok. in the back of my SR4? Also what are the physical dimensions?

Trailer Bloke 31 July 2012 10:02

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These should do

Mercury 31 July 2012 17:14

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Originally Posted by Trailer Bloke (Post 479146)
These should do

I could do with one, how much posted to Sheffield?

Rogue Wave 31 July 2012 20:24

can i have one as well


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