Re: tb/AMEL 54 electric water pump/
Thanks for feedback.
Just out of curiosity: what would motivate AMEL to change the ONAN impeller pump to the (ceramic centrifugal) booster pump? I am not questioning wisdom and must admit that except 1 occasion I never had a problem with this pump and NEVER had to change the impeller as it simply isn’t there. Although the impeller on the ONAN is far more accessible than on my VOLVO D3 H – where it is on the back of the engine close to the shower bulkhead.
Best Regards Teun
April 13, 2021 12:37:59
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I like and I have the utmost respect for Brian.
Remember there are other 230VAC pumps/devices this low. They include:
The 230VAC pump you have in-line with the Onan mechanical saltwater pump is considered a booster pump and was a "hidden" option Amel installed in a few 54s.
The danger would be an electrical shock if standing in your engine room with the generator running and the engine room is flooded. How possible do you consider this? Yes, there is a remote possibility, but the same possibility exists with the other 230 volt devices in a 54 engine room.
On Tue, Apr 13, 2021 at 12:35 PM Teun BAAS <teun@...> wrote: