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Seaflo Non-Automatic Bilge Pump - Submersible - 2,000 GPH - 1-1/8" Hose Barb - 12V DC

Seaflo Non-Automatic Bilge Pump - Submersible - 2,000 GPH - 1-1/8" Hose Barb - 12V DC

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Use this submersible, motorized bilge pump to remove excess water from the bilge wells in your boat to keep you afloat. Wire to on/off switch (sold separately) for operation or pair with float switch (sold separately) for automatic functioning. 1-800-940-8924 to order Seaflo bilge pumps part number SE27FR or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Seaflo products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Seaflo Non-Automatic Bilge Pump - Submersible - 2,000 GPH - 1-1/8" Hose Barb - 12V DC. Bilge Pumps reviews from real customers.
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Seaflo Bilge Pumps - SE27FR

  • Non Automatic Bilge Pumps
  • Submersible Pump
  • 1500 gph
  • 1-1/8 Inch Diameter
  • Seaflo

Use this submersible, motorized bilge pump to remove excess water from the bilge wells in your boat to keep you afloat. Wire to on/off switch (sold separately) for operation or pair with float switch (sold separately) for automatic functioning.


Features:

  • Manual, motorized pump removes water from your boat's bilge
    • Use with switch (sold separately) to turn the pump on and off when needed
    • Add a float switch (sold separately) to allow automatic functioning
  • Removable strainer prevents leaves and debris from entering the pump
    • Snap-off base allows for easy cleaning
  • Quiet operation - comparable to an indoor electric fan
  • Capable of running dry during priming
  • Compatible with 12V DC systems
  • Easy installation
    • 1-1/8" Hose (sold separately) clamps onto barbed outlet
  • Strong ABS plastic exterior protects internal components
  • Meets or exceeds RoHS, SGS, and ISO standards


Specs:

  • Overall dimensions: 5-1/16" wide x 4-1/4" long x 6" tall
  • Outlet: 1-1/8" hose barb
  • Wire lead length: 3'
  • Maximum power draw: 14 amps
  • Flow: 2,000 gallons per hour (GPH)
  • Maximum water temperature: 110 F
  • 2-Year limited warranty


Note: Either a panel switch or an automatic float switch (both sold separately) will be required to operate this pump.


If your bilge pump has gone bad and you need to replace it, installing a new one should be as simple as disconnecting the old pump and connecting this new one in its place. If you need an extra pump in your boat, or if you are installing one for the first time, you may need to affix a bracket or steel plate to your boat so you have something to mount the bilge pump to.


SE27FR disconnected from strainer base

To mount this Seaflo pump, just pop off the strainer and attach it to your mounting point. Once mounted, the top of the pump simply snaps back into place on the strainer portion.


A thru-hull port (sold separately) will be needed for each bilge pump to drain water through. This will need to be installed in the hull, above the waterline and within 11' 2" of the pump. Keep in mind, the more water your pump has to push upwards (head), the lower your flow rate (or GPH), will be. If you measure from your bilge pump placement up to the height of your thru-hull, you can use the chart below to determine approximately how many gallons per hour you can expect this pump to move.


SE27FR flow diagram

To route water up through the port, this pump requires 1-1/8" inner diameter tubing (not included) that secures to the outlet with a clamp.



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Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Review of Seaflo Boat Accessories - Submersible Bilge Pump - SE27FR

Jeff: Hello, everybody. This is Jeff at etrailer.com. Today, we're going to take a look at the SEAFLO, 12 volt DC Submersible Non-Automatic Bilge Pump. Now, this is a motorized pump that offers water evacuation of any built up water from the bildge wells of your boat. Does install under your boat's inboard motor. And this is fully submersible.

It is a traditional operation by either a manual switch or an automatic float switch, which we do sell separately on our website. And the manual function will allow you to turn the pump on and off when water's present. And the pump will not turn on if it's submersed in any oil. The bass on it, at the bottom here you can see, it has a removable strainer base. You can see on the side, these two black buttons, if you just push them, it will allow you to remove that base, makes it easy to clean that and then fits industry standard mounting conventions.

So, it's no problem to switch from other brand pumps. And see, it just installs just like that.Right here you can see, is a 1-1/8 inch diameter hose barb discharge outlet for your hose to attach to. Now, this does meet or exceed the ROHS, SGS, and ISO standards. A few specs on this, the voltage is 12 volts DC. The wire lead on it is three feet.

Maximum amps is 8.5 amps. Maximum power draw is 14 amps. The head flow on this is 2000 gallons per hour at zero feet and 1400 gallons per hour at three feet. Maximum water temperature is 110 degrees Fahrenheit. And the last thing I want to do is just give you some dimensions on this.

Overall height of the unit is going to be right about six inches. The width of it is right about four and a quarter inches. And then the depth of it, including the discharge outlet, is right at about five and one 16th of an inch. But that should do it for the review on this SEAFLO, 12 volt DC, Submersible Non-Automatic Bilge Pump.

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