Pumps

On a ship, you will find pumps for the most diverse applications. Outside of sailing yachts, the pumps are not visible. On traditional ships, a deck-wash pump or a semi-rotary pump may come into view, but most pumping systems for on-board operation are installed below deck. For water supply, many boats have fresh water pumps, pressure water pumps, wastewater pumps and macerator pumps connected. Due to their beautiful design and simple mechanics self-priming, nostalgic water pumps or marine galley lever pumps are very attractive for on-board use. The robust … Read more
On a ship, you will find pumps for the most diverse applications. Outside of sailing yachts, the pumps are not visible. On traditional ships, a deck-wash pump or a semi-rotary pump may come into... read more »
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Pumps
On a ship, you will find pumps for the most diverse applications. Outside of sailing yachts, the pumps are not visible. On traditional ships, a deck-wash pump or a semi-rotary pump may come into view, but most pumping systems for on-board operation are installed below deck. For water supply, many boats have fresh water pumps, pressure water pumps, wastewater pumps and macerator pumps connected. Due to their beautiful design and simple mechanics self-priming, nostalgic water pumps or marine galley lever pumps are very attractive for on-board use. The robust …

… lever-operated faucet pumps made of solid or chrome-plated brass can transport large quantities of drinking water from the water tank to the sink or basin very quickly. In contrast, foot pumps in a diaphragm or piston version are out of sight, but functional and practical for on-board use in cooking and sanitary areas. When it comes to safety equipment, stationary bilge pumps are part of the equipment standard, not only on traditional ships. On wooden boats, bilge pumps or submersible marine pumps with float switches are usually part of the basic equipment. A further area of application for marine pumps is the heating and propulsion system - this is where centrifugal pumps or circulation pumps for the hot water circulation of the heating system, marine oil-change pumps, as well as fuel and transfer pumps are required.

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… lever-operated faucet pumps made of solid or chrome-plated brass can transport large quantities of drinking water from the water tank to the sink or basin very quickly. In contrast, foot pumps in a diaphragm or piston version are out of sight, but functional and practical for on-board use in cooking and sanitary areas. When it comes to safety equipment, stationary bilge pumps are part of the equipment standard, not only on traditional ships. On wooden boats, bilge pumps or submersible marine pumps with float switches are usually part of the basic equipment. A further area of application for marine pumps is the heating and propulsion system - this is where centrifugal pumps or circulation pumps for the hot water circulation of the heating system, marine oil-change pumps, as well as fuel and transfer pumps are required.