Small Bilge Pumps

small bilge pumps
    bilge pumps
  • (bilge pump) a pump to remove bilgewater
  • (Bilge pump) A mechanism for emptying the bilge of water. Since all wooden ships would leak to some degree, pumps were always in demand. Spray and waves would only add to how much water a ship took on.
  • (Bilge pump) electric pump that pumps out water from a boat. Usually connected to a float switch that makes it turn on automatically if too much water enters a boat compartment.
  • limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a little dining room"; "a little house"; "a small car"; "a little (or small) group"
  • the slender part of the back
  • Small items of clothing, esp. underwear
  • on a small scale; "think small"
small bilge pumps - Rule 360
Rule 360 G.P.H. Bilge Pump
Rule 360 G.P.H. Bilge Pump
Rule 360

The Rule 360 provides outstanding quality and value. It is economically priced and designed for small boats. 3/4" (19mm) discharge outlet. 12 Volts DC unless noted.


Fully Submersible

Easy clean snap lock strainer

Silent and vibrationless operation

Anti-airlock protection

Compact, efficient long life motor

Ignition protected

No burn-out when run dry

Rust and Corrosion protection

Used by leading boatbuilders worldwide

marine grade blocked wiring

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Marine 1 Alpha
Marine 1 Alpha
Fleet Week 2010 Marine 1 Alpha looks like an Avon boat (inflatable pontoons). The pontoons or collars on this boat are filled with rigid foam that will not fail. On an Avon type boat, if the pontoons fail, the boat will sink. The hull of this boat is sealed and pressure tested, no bilge. It is self bailing without any forward motion. This boat is unsinkable and fully functional even without the collars. The boat is propelled by two 250 horsepower, 4 stroke, Yamaha outboards. The boat skims across the top of the waves at 50 miles per hour. This speed has proven to be needed. In the first year of service Marine 1 has saved the lives of 4 people and 2 dogs. The boat was delivered to Maine 1 in April of 2006. The electronics on this boat are state of the art, with 3 Motorola radios, to communicate with fire and police units. There are two VHF radios to communicate with Coast Guard, police boats, and other vessels on the water. A Furuno radar and G.P.S. system to guided us through fog, darkness, and into shallow water. On the bow of the boat is a small fire pump that can be used on small boat fires or under pier fires. We carry water rescue equipment to help and protect the firefighters when we have to enter the water for a rescue. Then, when we have to treat a person, we have CFR-D equipment (Certified first responder with defibrillator).
Through bulkhead day hatch (c)
Through bulkhead day hatch (c)
Custom spout out of fibreglass to allow electric bilge pump outlet. The standard plastic spout inside diameter is rather small preventing a good flow. In a Valley composite kayak there is not enough room just below the deck in the cockpit are to do a straight spout mount (curved bulk heads) therefore necessitating a cut through the day hatch area. It is passing from cockpit through the day hatch area to the deck. The spout is ready for fibreglassing with epoxy/microfibre mix. View: inside day hatch.

small bilge pumps