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Attwood 4505-7 Sahara Bomba de Achique Automática, 12V, 500 g/h, 1.892 l/h, 19 mm
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- Incluye un cable de cobre estañado de 40,64cm
- Un motor con imán permanente, un eje de acero inoxidable y un sellado reforzado con acero garantizan un rendimiento potente y duradero
- 139,70mm L x 82,55mm W x 101,60mm H
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Cuenta con depresor para prevenir las bolsas de aire, un soporte taladrado para una fácil instalación y desmontaje, un filtro de maya de desmontaje fácil para su limpieza y unas conexiones pre instaladas para poder instalar otros accesorios fácilmente.
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In theory these pumps should be decent. In practice they're junk! It's far better to buy a "caged," or protected float assembly and install that with a better quality pump. This is the 2nd pump I've installed inside of three months and both failed in short order. There are plenty of "bad" reviews on this particular pump, and others that operate the same way. The other pump that failed was an $89.00 Rule pump.
I'm an electrical engineer and don't really have issues with installing or understanding these things. Apparently the circuitry is not very robust and so is subject to failure. It's not really worth losing your boat over. I DO NOT recommend this pump, or any that operate on the same principle. A simple float switch and pump are far superior to the electronic "sensing". They only go on when water is in your bilge, and a hardy switch, or pump motor, are your only pump failure sources.
Great product with both automatic and manual wiring. Pretty easy to install (depending on your engine placement/access) and pumps out a steady stream of water. If you only had a single wire via a switch you will need another wire and connector to run directly to battery to allow both automatic and manual modes to work. I used all waterproof marine grade shrink wrap butt splices to connect all wires. I also replaced the plumbing line/hull fitting to ensure no issues. This was a big help as the new line was about 12" longer - this allowed me to place the pump in a better location to get ensure the absolute minimum amount of water was in boat before the float value activates.
This was a major step up from the old pump that had failed. I highly recommend !!