Whale's New Watermaster Automatic Pressure Pump Range

Press Release
Monday, October 01, 2012

Power, Performance plus Protection.

Whale delivers all three with the new Watermaster Automatic Pressure Pump Range.


The marine pump experts Whale are delighted to announce the release of their Watermaster Automatic Pressure Pump range. The new design products high flow rates at multiple outlets and smooth consistent flow. In addition, the pump is fully protected against water ingress to ensure longer life in harsh marine conditions.


Power

High flow rates at a variety of outlets
Smooth Constant Flow
Self-Priming Up To 3m (10ft)

Performance
Quiet, Automatic Operation
Easy Installation - Suitable For 15mm Quick Connect
Plumbing or ½” threaded hose connections
Suitable For Use with Salt or Fresh Water


Protection
Fully Sealed Protective Motor Housing
Completely Integrated Electronics
IP65 Rated - No Water Ingress
Runs Dry without Damage
Includes strainer to protect pump from debris


Pump design based on more than 70 years of marine product experience

Using our more than 70 years of experience in marine pump design and manufacturing, Whale have released this pump with the focus on creating the best boating experience. Traditionally automatic pressure pump designs are mainly focused on high power or performance, but with our experience of building products designed to withstand harsh marine conditions, we have added design features to protect the pump for the long haul!


Design Engineering Manager, Richard Bovill explains more -“We used our state of the art in house rapid prototyping machinery to perfect the pump housing design. The sleek design motor housing is fully sealed and IP65 rated against water ingress, the pump’s switch is also entirely enclosed. The high spec motor runs dry without damage and an inlet strainer prevents damage from debris.”

Speed and simplicity of installation
The pump is available with either Whale’s award winning Quick connect 15mm fittings built into the head or ½” threaded connections, (the retail kit includes both options), and only requires 3 screws to secure it in place. This cuts down on installation time and provides simple reliable plumbing.


Power, performance, plus protection, plus price!

Keith Nixon, VP Sales and Marketing, commented: “The launch of Watermaster is a very significant addition to our product offering. Our design team has applied their experience of positive displacement pump technology, collaborated with major boat builders, and spent several years developing Watermaster.


The pump combines leading performance with additional protective features for long term reliability. Speed of installation has been a primary concern and the 3 feet design and simple wiring make it fast to install. From a commercial point of view Watermaster is also very competitively priced, so it is really 4Ps- power, performance, protection, plus price!”

 

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