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    3700 GPH Bilge Pump, 12V/24V

    Reasonable price electric marine bilge pump with 3700 GPH flow rate, 1-1/2 inch outlet diameter, allows for 12V/ 24V voltage option. This small bilge pump shaft is made of stainless steel, which can be used on boats to remove water that accumulates in the bilge.
    SKU: ATO-BP-3700
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    Delivery date: 10-12 days

    An electric bilge pump is a device used to remove water that accumulates in the bilge of a ship, boat, or any other vessel. This small bilge pump can be used in both fresh and sea water.


    • 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: SFBP3700
    • Flow Rate: 3700 GPH
    • Voltage and Current: 12V 16.0A, 24V 10.0A
    • Outlet Diameter: 1-1/2 inch (40 mm)
    • Wire Lead: 1m
    • Head of Pump: 8m
    • Max Fluid Temperature: 43 ℃ (110 ℉)

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    3000 gph bilge pump dimension

    Tips: Do I Run Bilge Pump All the Time?

    It is not necessary to run a bilge pump all the time unless there is an ongoing leak or excess water accumulation in the bilge. Bilge pumps are designed to remove water from the bilge when it reaches a certain level, usually determined by a float switch or sensor. If you notice that there is a consistent amount of water in the bilge, it may be necessary to run the small bilge pump periodically to prevent water accumulation from damaging the boat or its equipment. However, if the bilge is relatively dry, there is no need to run the pump all the time. It is important to regularly check the bilge and ensure that the pump is functioning properly to prevent any potential issues.

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