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Old 12-12-2015, 04:55   #1
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Hello, everyone,

I am a new number of cruisersforum.
With more than 5 years of experince in marine pump,I hope to provide some useful help for you in this area.
I am familiar with nearly all kinds of marine pump, such as centrifugal, gear, screw...... for ballast, bilge, fire, cooling, oil transfer and so on......
Just contact me freely, I am glad to provide some suggestion.

Edward

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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Edward.
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Anybody question about the marine pump?
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Re: marine pump supplier

Do you sell pumps, parts and repairs?

I have 8 engine mounted coolant/water pumps I take care of along with various bilge, watermaker and circulation pumps. I change the seals and impellers in the coolant pumps every couple years.
I have 5 WT bulkheads, so 6 bilge areas and pumps and 2 shower/sink sump pumps. It appears to me, all the current bilge pumps are made in the same Chinese factory but with different labels. I have found all the automatic bilge pumps have their automatic feature fail in about a year. Including the sump pumps. You have anything better?
I have a wood boat, but with a copper sheathed bottom, so the only water in the bilges comes from wash downs, condensation, or plumbing leaks. My bilge pumps get light use.
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