Slim-Fit Bilge Pumps

Whale Water Systems has expanded its Supersub Smart line of low-profile bilge pumps with two new models providing 650 and 1,100 gallons-per-hour pumping capacity
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Whale Water Systems has expanded its Supersub Smart line of low-profile bilge pumps with two new models providing 650 and 1,100 gallons-per-hour pumping capacity. The award-winning pumps include fully potted waterproof electronics and an integrated check valve and float switch. But what really sets them apart is their low profile, which allows them to be quickly and easily installed in the various nooks and crannies found in today’s shallow bilges and narrow sumps. The strainer/intake rotates on the pump body, which can be mounted vertically or horizontally for even greater flexibility. The pump’s on and off delay feature prevents repetitive cycling and ensures it will get as much water out of your bilge as possible before it shuts down.

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