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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Marine Fuel Tank Sweeper

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

May 13, 2016

#9040PN Marine Fuel Tank Sweeper (Image: Innovative Products of America)

#9040PN Marine Fuel Tank Sweeper (Image: Innovative Products of America)

A complete turnkey solution for fuel transferring and pulling contaminants from tanks and bilges in boats, yachts and storage tanks
 
The #9040PN Marine Fuel Tank Sweeper from Innovative Products of America (IPA) removes water, impurities and sludge from fuel tanks and bilges. Durable, 25 GPM pneumatic-diaphragm pump, 30 micron particulate blocking and 10 micron water blocking filters with clear sight glass, quickly and efficiently remove contaminants, dirt, water, algae and sludge from marine fuel tanks. The #9040PN has a three-way ball valve, allowing users to bypass the filters for bulk transfer of fuel or water. Once transferred, the filters can be switched back on to remove finer particles and polish the fuel. The Marine Fuel Tank Sweeper can pull 22-feet of head; strong enough to extract fuel from any boat, yacht, bilge or storage tank. 
 
The American-made Tank Sweeper includes a rugged steel cart with 10" pneumatic tires that allow for maximum portability, a pneumatic pump, 11' clear intake and output hoses, a dual filtration system with two 10 micron water-blocking filters and two 30 micron particulate filters, a 5' fiberglass rigid tube and a 5' flex extension wand for easily accessing the bottom of the tank.

 

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