When i installed my watermaker
in the spring i used an existing through hull
that was originally installed for a saltwater footpump. This is a flat type of through hull
that are standard in most applications.
I have noticed that if i run the watermaker
underway that air is getting in the system and causing the pressure to drop. I can normally run the system for 5 to 15 minutes before i have to turn it off.
I'm wondering if installing a scope
type through hull like the kind you see on on the engine
seawater inlet would help this issue?
Anyone with experience with this?