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Our range of heavy duty bilge water pumps

The bilge tank is usually located in the hull of a vessel and collects excess water that fails to drain off the side of the deck, such as wave splash, rain and deck wash water. A boat bilge pump is an integral piece of equipment, used to make sure that the bilge water tank is emptied regularly and ensure that the vessel’s stability is not compromised. As the water may contain contaminants such as oil, chemicals, particles and other materials, the bilge water pump used must be able to cope with a certain degree of debris. When it comes to marine bilge pumping systems, reliability is important as in rough seas there may be a lot of demand on the pump to regularly pump out the bilge water. To ensure the bilge tank can be virtually emptied dry, boat bilge pumps should usually be self priming. 

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The bilge tank is usually located in the hull of a vessel and collects excess water that fails to drain off the side of the deck, such as wave splash, rain and deck wash water. A boat bilge pump is an integral piece of equipment, used to make sure that the bilge water tank is emptied regularly and ensure that the vessel’s stability is not compromised. As the water may contain contaminants such as oil, chemicals, particles and other materials, the bilge water pump used must be able to cope with a certain degree of debris. When it comes to marine bilge pumping systems, reliability is important as in rough seas there may be a lot of demand on the pump to regularly pump out the bilge water. To ensure the bilge tank can be virtually emptied dry, boat bilge pumps should usually be self priming. 

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Azcue CA Close Coupled Self Priming Centrifugal Pump

  • Up to 300M³H
  • Max. Head 105M
  • Max. Temp 130°C
  • DN1.25” - DN150 Outlet

Azcue RA Reversible Side Channel Pump

  • Up to 18M³H
  • Max. Head 60M
  • Max. Temp 90°C
  • DN1” – 1.5” Outlet

Azcue B Air Operated Diaphragm Pumps

  • ​Up to <70M³H
  • Max. Head 70 M
  • Max. Temp <90°C
  • 1” - 3” Outlet

Azcue RKZ Vertical Piston Pump

  • ​Up to 300M3H
  • Max. Head 100M
  • Max. Temp 80°C
  • DN80 - DN200 Outlet

Azcue Submersible Pump Range

  • Up to <400M³H
  • Max. Head 3 bar
  • Max. Temp <50°C
  • 1” - 200mm Outlet

Azcue BS-S Horizontal Piston Pump

  • Up to 45M³H
  • Max. Head 100M
  • Max. Temp 80°C
  • 1” - 3” Outlet

Boyser FMP-30 Peristaltic Pump

  • Up to 33.3lpm
  • Max Head 80M
  • 1 1/4”
  • Solids up to 28mm

Boyser RBT-100 Peristaltic Pump

  • Up to 600lpm
  • Max Head 150M
  • 4”
  • Solids up to 100mm

Boyser AMP-10/B Peristaltic Pump

  • Up to 2.4lpm
  • Max Head 80M
  • 3/8”
  • Solids up to 10mm

Debem Boxer 7 Air Operated Diaphragm Pump

  • Up to 9 l/min
  • Max. Head 80M
  • Max. Temp 95ºC
  • 1/4” Outlet

Azcue VRX Vortex Impeller Close Coupled Centrifugal Pump

  • ​Up to 500M³H
  • Max. Head 30M
  • Max. Temp 100°C
  • DN50 - DN200 Outlet

Azcue VRX Vortex Impeller Vertical Immersion Pump

  • Up to 500M³H
  • Max. Head 30M
  • Max. Temp 100°C
  • DN50 - 200 Outlet

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