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It's hard to stock the accessories you need all of the time. But we would be doing a disservice to our customers if we didn't offer them to you! It's important that you know we are here to help get your boat fitted with the right gear so that you can have the best experience possible. You can contact one of our team members at firstname.lastname@example.org or (810) 875-1546 for more information.
Custom orders for the Automatic Electric Pumps generally have a lead time of 15 days.
Quickly and easily pump up your Takacat or MiniCat with this pump that connects to your car battery. This is a two-stage pump that will fill to whatever pressure you set on the gauge. Set the pressure, turn it on and the pump does the rest. It will shut down when it gets to the preset pressure.
Electric 12V pumps make inflating high-pressure paddleboards or inflatable boats easy.
The fully automatic operation and sixteen cubic feet per minute power of these pumps makes inflating or deflating inflatables and towables a breeze.
Stops automatically when full pressure is reached: Simply set the dial for the pressure required, the pumps automatically stop when your pre-selected pressure is reached. Perfect for HP floor inflatable boats and all others as these pumps will automatically inflate both tubes and HP floors to full pressure in a jiffy.
Includes a built-in precision pressure gauge, a 5'7" flexible inflator/deflator tube and 9'10" power cord with alligator clips to attach to 12V battery power source. Complete with a handy shoulder bag and multi-diameter adapter set to fit a wide range of inflatables and towables including tubes, air mattresses and floats. Amperage of 20A @12V. Maximum air pressure of 14.5psi.
Voltage: 12V DC
Max. Pressure: 14.5psi (1 Bar)
Power Connection: Alligator clips for 12V car battery
Power Cord: 9'10'
: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov