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Old 17-02-2022, 15:03   #1
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Seaflo Dry Bilge

Looking to get one of these to keep two compartments in the bilge which are flat dry.

https://www.amazon.com/SEAFLO-Dry-Bi...%2C286&sr=8-41

Rather than two units, I wondered if I could daisy chain two pickups with one pump. Anyone done this?
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Old 24-11-2023, 16:10   #2
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Re: Seaflo Dry Bilge

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Looking to get one of these to keep two compartments in the bilge which are flat dry.

https://www.amazon.com/SEAFLO-Dry-Bi...%2C286&sr=8-41

Rather than two units, I wondered if I could daisy chain two pickups with one pump. Anyone done this?
If you daisy chain, whatever unit gets air first will suck air, and the other one will do nothing.
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Re: Seaflo Dry Bilge

I like the seaflo, it could be the product I need for my bilge. Once, I reckoned that deep bilges were the work of the devil but now that I have no bilge, just a flat surface 12, maybe 19 mm below the engines oil pan I’ve realized that there’s an upside to a metre deep bilge.
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