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A bilge pump is used to discharge water from the bilge. The bilge is the lowest compartment of the boat. Bilge pumps offer a lot of comfort, because they take over a lot of work from the crew and protect the boat from becoming damaged. The length of the boat and the max total head are decisive when choosing a bilge pump. allpa supplies the entire program bilge pumps from Johnson Pump, including accessories.
Bilge pumps function at their best and longest in combination with a floating switch. The smallest bilge pump from Johnson Pump is the Bilge Mate, showing a capacity of 30 l/min. One of the largest is the L4000, capacity 252l/min. The Bilge Alert high water alarm uses the patented “mirus”-detection cells, that are not affected by salt or fresh water, pollution or corrosion.
allpa offers a wide range of universal and specific pumps for boats. Some are suitable for different applications, others are designed for one purpose, specifically. For instance a pump for polluted liquids. Other applications are: cooling pump, bilge pump, deck washing pump, circulation pump, black water pump, oil- and fuel pump. Johnson Pump supplies a variety of pumps with diverse features: self-priming, membrane pumps, circulation pumps, reversible impeller pumps, submersible pumps, pumps with bodies from bronze, cartridge pumps and more. See the catalogue for a survey and for assistance to choose the right pump.
Most of the bilgepumps are fit to pump salt water, fresh water, diesel oil and liquid food. Capacity between pumps can differ dramatically. Pump A can pump up 30l max. per minute, while pump B can do 250l.
Of course, one has to consider the max self priming height necessary in the given situation. Not only can 4m self priming height be attained with automatic bilge pumps, this can also be done with manual operated bilge pumps. E.g, the Viking pump. Suited for waste water. The pump has a plastic housing and stainless steel mechanism.