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When it comes to moving fluids, Albin delivers

With a line of 12 General Purpose Pumps, Albin Pump Marine  delivers reliable performance, at an appealing price point. Photo Albin Pump Marine

By Joseph R Fonseca

Whether on board or dockside, Albin Pump Marine makes moving fluid an easy task with its line of 12 General Purpose Pumps that deliver reliable performance, at an appealing price point.

Albin Flexible Impeller Pumps are self-priming and available in 12V or 24V. Used for pumping a wide range of viscous fluids, including oil, diesel, antifreeze and chemicals, they offer reversible flow. High-performance motors are protected with polymer casings, and feature stainless steel shafts and integrated fuses.
The F2 series has a durable polymer pump body with 1/2" port connections and high quality impeller, and moves 8 gpm with a 9.8' vertical lift. It's interchangeable with Johnson Pump 10-24886-01 for 12V and 10-24886-02 for 24V.
Albin's F3 Flexible Impeller Pumps transfer 9.3 gpm at a 9.8' head. It boasts a cast brass pump body and long-lasting impeller for extreme durability. It's a direct replacement for Johnson Pump 12V 10-24516-01 and 24V 10-24516-02.
For larger fluid quantities, Albin's F4 models boast 12 gpm at a 9.8' head. Like the F3, it has a brass pump body and is interchangeable with Johnson Pump 10-24689-01 for 12V and 10-24689-02 for 24V.
Albin General Purpose Pumps come with a 2-year limited warranty. MSRP starts at $157. The company also offers ISO 8846:1990-certified Ballast Pumps and Gear Pump Oil Change Kits.

Mar 3, 2018

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