SeaChoice® 4" In - Line Bilge Blower

Item # WX2-178881

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Details & Specs

SeaChoice® 4" In - Line Bilge Blower. Gets gas OUT!

Ventilation keeps dangerous gasses from building up and causing catastrophe! This baby is housed in a tough-as-nails, corrosion-proof ABS plastic casing and has built-in mounting brackets for quick install.

Molded tabs on all hose flanges provide positive hose connections, too. Ignition-protected and spark-proof for your safety.

Pump features:
  • Meets ABYCH H-2, NMMA certified, USCG 33 CFR sections 183.410 / 183.425 standards
  • UL listed, UL 1128 standard marine blower
  • 4" intake / 4" exhaust with remote bracket
  • 240 CFM air movement
  • 12V DC, 4.5 amps use 5 amp fuse
  • Measures 5 3/4" long, 4 3/4" high.

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