Jabsco catalog # 23670-4103, Junior Puppy Flexible Impeller Pump and Motor unit. Bronze Construction, with a Nitrile Impeller. Pump is Close Coupled to a 24 Volt DC Motor. Ports are 3/4 Inch ID hose and 3/8 Inch BSP.
Price : $ 430.69
The Jabsco 23670-4103 is a bronze Flexible Impeller pump with a Nitrile Impeller, 3/4 Inch ID hose and 3/8 Inch BSP Ports, coupled to a 24 Volt DC Motor. This is a high discharge head, continuous rated, medium duty pump for bilge and general purpose use. Flexible impeller pumps make excellent bilge pumps, principally because of their ability to handle bilge debris without damage. The flexible impeller pump combines the priming features of positive displacement type pumps with the general transfer ability of centrifugals. It will pump either thin or viscous liquids and can handle more solids in suspension than other types of rotary pumps. 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. Flexible impeller pumps can be operated using a float or Hydro Air switch, and remotely controlled from outside the bilge compartment.
Do not use any Jabsco pump for petrol, petroleum products or any products with a flash point below 37 degrees C .
3.75 GPM output at 10' total head.
Bilge debris presents no problem to this bronze bodied, flexible impeller design.
Simple design means fewer wearing parts all user serviceable.
Self priming to 2.5m .
Low-voltage is safe in wet environments
ISO 8846 MARINE .
ISO 8849 MARINE .
Catalog # 9200-0023, Impeller
Price: $ 54.14
Shaft Seal :
Catalog # SP2701-52, Body
Price: $ 11.20
Jabsco Junior Puppy can be mounted on any flat surface. Fit the pump in a dry, well ventilated position where there is full access for service. If installed in a vertical position the motor must be above the pump head. Use the rubber grommets provided to minimise vibration, do not overtighten the mounting screws. Secure 19mm ID hose either direct to the discharge ports or to 3/8 Inch BSP male threaded fittings using stainless steel hose clamps. Fit a strainer on the inlet hose to prevent larger debris from entering the pump. Pipe runs should always be kept as short and straight as possible. Plumbing should always be reinforced, noncollapsible hose of the recommended size. Electric pumps should always be installed in a dry, wellventilated position as close to the liquid to be pumped as possible. Flexible impeller pumps must not be run dry. Bilge pumps and water pumps in particular should be fitted with a filter or strainer on the inlet plumbing to protect them from debris. These should be fastened to the boat structure to ensure their permanent location. Mount flexible impeller pumps so that some water is left in the pump body when the pump is shut off. This will prolong impeller life and speed priming. Pumps must be installed with the overboard discharge well above the waterline to avoid water siphoning back into the vessel.