Whale Bilge Pump Strainers are placed in the lowest part of bilge where the water intake line is secured. Permits suction and optimizes degree of evacuation. Strainers are designed to minimize the intake of debris and prevent clogging. Non-corroding, plastic construction.
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Stops debris entering suction hose
Fitted non-return valve prevents drainback
Removable straining plate for easy cleaning
Available in top entry (for deeper bilges) or side entry (shallower bilges)
Suitable for 1" (25 mm) and 1-1/2" (38 mm) hose (trim inlet tube)
Is fitted at end of suction hose deep in bilges (allowing maximum amount of water to be pumped from bilges)
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what is the width of the Whale strainer?
The dimensions of the strainer are 2 and 3/16 inches by 5 and 3/4 inches. The 5 3/4" includes the two tabs for bolts or screws. The width of the body without those tabs is 5 inches.
Larry, I would talk to someone at JD to make sure you are getting the right part. What I received is nothing like the picture. I never got around to returning it.
5 3/4" wide for the SB4222
Metal, plastic or ?
This is made out of plastic, thanks.
Bigger than expected
I wanted a strainer to use with a remote pump that would minimize residual water in the bilge. Therefore unless the pump has significant sucking power, there will still be some water left. On the other hand, perhaps I am asking too much, but I may yet modify the strainer to reduce the level of residual water. However, I really like the fact that the strainer comes with a built-in check valve, and the unit allows me to remove it from the bilge and clean it with less time and effort than a submersible bilge pump.