On a marine vessel or boat, there are many pumps designed for specific purposes. Every pump's job is to move fluids or liquids. The fluids involved are water, oil & fuel.
Oil change pumps extract oil to let you perform a quick oil change. You can also use an oil pump to remove stagnant bilge fluids in hard to reach places.
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A marine macerator pump creates liquids from solids using a rotary cutter to shred waste. The liquid is then pumped into or from a holding tank.
Fuel pumps, like the Sierra no. 18-8860, help you achieve the best performance for your type of engine. You can choose between a mechanical pump or an electric pump. Both move gas to the engine.
Fuel injected engines may have more than one fuel pump. One pump for fuel is usually a low-pressure pump for supply and the other is a high-pressure pump to feed the injectors. You want to choose a fuel pump that replaces your old one based on specifications set by the engine manufacturer for optimum performance and reliability.
Bilge pumps will keep your boat from sinking. So you want to pay attention to their selection, installation, and maintenance. Install a bilge pump that will keep your bilge dry. This might mean having more than one pump with adequate capacity based on boat length. Bilge pumps are available in both manual and automatic versions.
Give our boat technicians a call. They’ll be happy to answer all your marine pump questions.
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