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    1500 GPH Bilge Pump, 12V/24V

    1500 GPH electric bilge pump for sale at favorable price, with 1-1/8 inch (29 mm) outlet diameter. The max fluid temperature of marine bilge pump can be reach 43 ℃. This small bilge pumps are often used to remove water that accumulates in the bilge of a ship, boat, or any other vessel.
    SKU: ATO-BP-1500
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    Delivery date: 10-12 days

    1500 GPH small bilge pump comes with a grille filter that can automatically filter larger objects and protect the pump from normal work. The electric bilge pump is often used in agricultural irrigation, household water, and fish farming.


    • Bilge pump adopts special materials for waterproof sealing, super insulation, and high safety in use.
    • The small bilge pump is driven by a permanent magnet motor, which has a small size and ultra-low noise.
    • Electric bilge pump uses 12V/24V DC regulated power supply, which is efficient and energy-saving. Intermittent operation is more conducive to extending the service life of the pump.
    • It comes with a grid filter that automatically filters larger objects, protects the normal operation of the pump, and extends the service life of the pump.
    • It can extract finer particles, less oil and other impurities.
    • Stainless steel pump shaft and thermoplastic pump body are durable and non-corrosive, and can be used in both fresh water and sea water.
    • The filter device is easy to install and remove, ensuring the bilge pump can run freely without vibration.


    • Model: SFBP1500
    • Flow Rate: 1500 GPH
    • Voltage and Current: 12V 8.0A, 24V 4.0A
    • Outlet Diameter: 1-1/8 inch (29 mm)
    • Wire Lead: 1m
    • Head of Pump: 5m
    • Max Fluid Temperature: 43 ℃ (110 ℉)

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    1500 gph bilge pump dimension

    Tips: Bilge Pump Troubleshooting

    • Check the power supply. Ensure that the pump is receiving power by checking the circuit breaker or fuse. Make sure the switch is in the "on" position.
    • Check for clogs. Debris and other materials can clog the bilge pump intake and prevent it from working. Check the intake and remove any obstructions that may be preventing water from flowing through.
    • Check the wiring. Ensure that the wiring connections are secure and free of corrosion or damage. Damaged wiring can cause a short circuit, which can prevent the bilge pump from working.
    • Test the pump. Turn the hand bilge pump on and listen for any unusual noises or vibrations. If you hear any abnormal sounds or vibrations, the pump may need to be replaced.
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