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Review of Seaflo Boat Accessories - Automatic Bilge Pump - SE77FR

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Seaflo Boat Accessories - Automatic Bilge Pump - SE77FR Review


Jeff: Hello everybody. This is [email protected] Today, we're going to take a look at the Seaflo 12 volt DC submersible automatic bilge pump with the magnetic float switch.Now, this is an all-in-one pump and float switch which offer a nice water evacuation of any built-up water from the bilge wells on your boat. It is designed to install under your boats inboard motor, and it is fully submersible. Has a magnetic float switch which automatically turn on when the water is present and shuts off when the water is removed. So, there is no need for a separate float switch.

Now, this pump will not turn on if it's submersed in any oil, it'll only remove water.The strainer itself easily removes from the base for cleaning. So, you can see right here, you can see the black button on this side, and one on this side, if you just push in on that to release it, and then you're able to pull the pump right off. And this is your strainer base that you attach to the bottom so you can basically clean the strainer. And what's nice about it is when this is installed and your hose connects right here, there's no need to disconnect this base or plumbing when you're just replacing the pump. The pump can just be slid off and then a new one put right on.

And if you notice, here's the float we we're talking about and there's the impeller motor. So again, you just line it up, push it on, locks into place. The hose outlet right here that the water hose will attach to is 3/4" diameter. This will meet or exceed ROHS, SGS and ISO standards.A few specs on this. The voltage is 12 volts DC.

The wire lead you can see right here is about three feet in length. Maximum amps is three amps. Maximum power draw is five amps. The head flow on this is 750 gallons per hour at zero feet and 500 gallons per hour at three feet. Maximum water temperature's 110 degrees Fahrenheit.

And the last thing, just want to give you some dimensions on this. Overall height from the bottom to the very top, it'll be right at 4 1/8" tall. The length of it from the back to the end of the outlet is going to be right at 6". And the width on it at the widest point is right at about 3" wide.But that should do it for the review on the Seaflo 12 volt DC submersible automatic bilge pump with the magnetic float switch.


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