Jabsco catalog # 36950-2000, Electric Water Pressure Pump and Motor unit. Pump is Coupled to a 12 Volt DC Motor.
Price : $ 537.34
The Jabsco 36950-2000 is an electric water pressure pump coupled to a 12 Volt DC Motor with a 40 PSI pressure switch. The Pressure Switch Turns On at 20 PSI, Turns Off at 40 PSI. This very popular service-proven pump serves up to four outlets simultaneously and generously. Jabsco diaphragm pumps are self-priming. They may be located above or below the fresh water tank. The pump is equipped with vibration pads which are most effective when the pump is mounted upright on a solid surface. Jabsco automatic water system pumps are designed for self contained recreational vehicles and pleasure boats with multiple-outlet water systems. The systems are automatic when a faucet is opened, the pump instantly begins operation to provide a constant flow from tank to faucet. Closing the faucet automatically discontinues pump operation.
3 GPM open flow output.
Diaphragm Design Allows Dry Running
Built-in Discharge Check Valve
Built-in Hydraulic Pulsation Dampener
Large Vibration Absorbing Pads
Ports Available with Barb, Threads or Flare
Meets USCG Regulation 183.410 and ISO 8846 MARINE for Ignition Protection
Other Parts :
Catalog # 37121-0010, Pressure Switch, Standard Pressure, 20 Psi On, 40 Psi Off
Price: $ 54.71
Pressure controlled diaphragm pumps provide boat owners with a fresh water system that is as easy to use as their domestic water supply with the versatility to offer full flow or a trickle. The pump is controlled by a switch which senses the pressure drop when a faucet is opened and activates the pump; it turns off when the system pressure builds to a preset limit as the faucet is closed. This system allows any type of faucet or shower valve to be fitted, from 3/8 Inch bore for minimum water use to 1/2 Inch bore for maximum flow. Choosing the pump for your needs is simple just check your system size and the number of outlets you need to operate simultaneously and select the appropriate pump. Diaphragm pumps are selfpriming, quiet in operation and can run dry for extended periods. It is always best to turn the pump off and then open a tap to depressurize the system when you are not using the boat, as this will prolong pump life.