Re: SEAFLO Marine Air Conditioning Seawater Circulation AC Pump 500GPH 220V eBay


 

When you are doing your calculations, don't forget the ACs are in series. This requires up to 50% more flow. Calpeda no longer offers a BCM20/E, they currently offer a Calpeda BCM22/1/A-R and it is 50/60Hz. It moves 1,700GPH. It is currently in stock at Caraibes Refrigeration in Martinique. This is the pump I recommend above all others.
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On Tue, Sep 15, 2020 at 3:03 PM Arno Luijten <arno.luijten@...> wrote:
Hi Nick,

The original pump in our boat was an Calpeda pump (M67270U). That one was leaking badly so I replaced it with a M67270J: https://penguinfrigo.co.uk/product/m67270-sea-water-pump-50-l-m-at-10m-head-ac-capacity-60000-btu/
That is the same pump but then specified for both 50 and 60Hz. The article numbers are from Veco/Climma. Calpeda calls the pump BCM-20A.

Cheers,

Arno

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