4GPM Aqua King II Freshwater Pump, 12V
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SHURFLO4GPM Aqua King II Freshwater Pump, 12V


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Model # 14043632 | Mfg # 4148-153-E75UPC # 752324011858


4GPM Aqua King II Freshwater Pump, 12V

Name Value
Amperage 10 Amps at 12 Volts DC
Activation Method Automatic
Capacity 4 Gallons per Minute
Diameter 1/2"
Dimensions 4 13/16" Height x 4 7/8" Width x 10 3/4" Length
Voltage 12 Volts DC
Warranty Details Three Years

Product Overview

Use two faucets at the same time.

The Aqua King II is capable of supplying multiple fixtures simultaneously and providing home-like water pressure. The unique co-molded single piece diaphragm extends service life in marine applications. A built-in mechanical bypass function enables the pump to vary the flow rate for any demand condition, without the need for an accumulator tank. This quiet pump uses rubber feet to isolate vibration from the mounting surface. Motor is heavy-duty, with electro-coated seamless shell, O-ring sealed end bells, and fully sealed wire entries on the motor shell and pressure switch. Inlet strainer and 1/2" hose barb fittings are included. Pumps are ignition protected, thermally protected and can run dry without damage.

Key Features

  • High volume freshwater pump
  • Variable flow rate to meet system demands
  • Built-in mechanical bypass valve to prevent rapid cycling
  • Capable of supplying multiple fixtures simultaneously
  • Unique co-molded diaphragm for extended service life
  • Ignition protected
  • Dimensions: 10 3/4"L x 4 7/8"W x 4 13/16"H

Owner’s Manual

Data Sheet

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