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Self-priming automatic electric pump, 12/24V, with constant pressure electronic control for the transfer of diesel and oil. Bronze gears, NBR check valve, body and connections in nickeled brass, stainless steel shaft. FKM seal and NBR O-rings. Helical bronze gears guarantee constant pressure, heavy duty cycles, less noise and can operate in the absence of liquid. The pumps are supplied with a “High-Speed” setting for Diesel transfer. The integrated SCS control panel allows the switch to the “Low-Speed” mode for the transfer of oil and viscous liquids. The pump  can be used  in many areas, such as: B. Ships and boats, trailers and mobile homes, construction machinery, agriculture, industry, households, etc. Professional commitment and continuous growth are the basis of the experience on which MARCO S.P.A. based. based. almost 30 years. It was founded in 1970 by Giovanni Marco Franceschini and is today a world leader in the quality of small electric pumps at the highest level. The legendary reliability makes Marco products in demand where there is no risk through price compromises: sea, science, manufacturing, road transport. * Made in Italy * - no cheap imports from the Far East.


Technical data: 

Voltage: 12/24 V ,

Current consumption: 3/1,5 A ,

Fuse: 7,5 A ,

Self-destruction: 1.5 m ,

Pressure: 2 bar ,

flow rate: 10 l / min ,

hose: 12 mm (not included in delivery) , 

bores BSP: 3/8 ",

motor power: 90 W ,

Polymer gear ,

weight: 1,3 kg ,

IP 67


The electronic pressure sensor controls the requested flow rate by proportionally adapting the speed of the motor and guarantees:
● Constant control of pressure, voltage and electrical draw ● Noise reduction during operation
● Protection of the pump from short circuits and over tensions ● Optimization of electrical draw
● Automatic stop in case of no liquid ● Reduced wear of components and increased life of the system
● Reduction of electrical interferences thanks to the gradual acceleration of the motor ● Operative functions signaled by luminous LEDs