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Freemotion 95lbs/Minute Ballast Pump

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Material: Plastic
Flow Rate: 720 GPH

Description: Freemotion 95lbs/Minute Ballast Pump

With quick efficiency and good durability, the Freemotion 95lbs/Minute Ballast Pump is a solid buy for boat enthusiasts. This ballast pump can fill up to 95 pounds in just 60 seconds with the use of 9 fott, PVS armor hose. The hose has been created delicately so that it does not kink or crush in use. Additionally, a 12 fott, fused power cord is included in the package and gives a great option to use for easy access at nearly every venue. The Freemotion 95lbs/Minute Pump is a sure bet to make your time on the water a valuable one.

Key Features of the Freemotion 95lbs/Minute Ballast Pump:
  • Fills 95lbs in 60 seconds
  • 9 fott, PVC Armor hose will not kink or crush
  • 12 fott, fused 12V power cord for easy access anywhere


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Freemotion 95lbs/Minute Ballast Pump
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Michael N: To fill bag Dec 30, 2013
A shopper asked: Is this compatible with the Straight Line "sumo sac" ballast bags? Aug 13, 2013
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Matthew B: I believe it will because the Freemotion bags have the same link valve as the sumo sacs, the Freemotion ballast bags say they will work with the straightline pumps as well. Aug 23, 2013
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Luke W: I bought the Free motion 540 sac, and this pump, it came with multiple hose attachments so I would believe it is compatible Aug 24, 2013
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Daniel B asked: Can you use the pump to empty the bags as well as fill them? Is there any special attachments needed to connect to bags like the Free Motion bags? Jul 25, 2013
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Matthew B: Yes the pump will fill and empty the bag. You do have to keep pressure on the bag to help force the water to the pump. It won't completely empty the bag, so you have to undo one of the plugs and finish emptying the water. This is really not a big deal. The Freemotion pump does a great job. I have used it several times without a problem or leak. Aug 16, 2013
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Matt GStaff: Yes you can use the Freemotion Ballast Pump to empty and fill bags. There are no special attachments needed to connect the pump to Freemotion bags. Jul 26, 2013
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