Jabsco’s New Hotshot Series Washdown Pumps Make Cleanup a Trivial Task for Boaters

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The Jabsco Hotshot Series Washdown Pumps are ideal for the harshest marine environments and are the solid choice for fish box, scaling, and boat and anchor chain cleaning. All products will be on display and fully operational at IBex (Booth #1939)

Jabsco® (http://www.jabsco.com), a recognized leader in marine pumps and waste systems, is proud to announce the new Hotshot Series washdown pumps, the solid choice for fish box, scaling, boat and anchor chain cleaning, and ideal for the harshest marine environments. These pumps are supported by Jabsco’s unquestionable reputation earned and backed by over 35 years of operational excellence, and they are proven with over 7 million Jabsco diaphragm pumps in service worldwide.

The new Hotshot Series washdown pumps have a five chamber design, patented co-injected molded diaphragm, and larger heavier duty motor brushes that significantly extend pump life up to 50% longer than existing Par-Max models. While other manufacturers claim extreme performance, Jabsco’s Hotshot Series proves it with its unmatched 6.0 GPM (22.7 lpm) model.

Jabsco’s Hotshot Series washdown pumps are available in 4.0 (15.1 lpm), 5.0 (18.9 lpm), and 6.0 GPM (22.7 lpm) models with pressures up to 70 PSI (4.8 bar) and self-priming up to 10 ft. (3m). These are the pumps of choice for cleaning marine vessels, making it an industry standard. That’s because all Jabsco products are specifically designed to fit the expressed needs of boat builders and enthusiasts alike.

The Hotshot Series washdown pumps come standard with Jabsco’s…

  •     Sealed switch and co-injected molded diaphragm that eliminates leak paths, extending the life of the pumps by up to 50%
  •     Ergonomically designed spray nozzle that provides powerful and accurate fire power with every shot
  •     Robust electric diaphragm pump design that is proven with over 7 million units in service
  •     Quick disconnect ports that allow for ease of installation in hard to reach places
  •     PumpGard strainer that prevents over 99% of the finest particles from clogging the pump
  •     Improved noise dampening rubber feet to significantly minimize vibration when mounted against hard surfaces
  •     Certification to EN ISO 8846 Marine (Ignition Protection)

For more information about the Jabsco Hotshot Series washdown pumps, call 714-557-4700 or visit us at http://www.jabsco.com.

ITT Flow Control
With an innovative history spanning more than 70 years, ITT Flow Control is a leading producer of pumps, valves, membranes, and related products for the marine, beverage, general industrial, and developing region markets. The flow control business portfolio includes the brands Alcon, Flojet, Jabsco®, Midland-ACS, Rule®, and PCI. For more information on ITT Flow Control and an archive of its press releases, please visit ittflowcontrol.com.

ITT Corporation
ITT Corporation is a high-technology engineering and manufacturing company operating on all seven continents in three vital markets: water and fluids management, global defense and security, and motion and flow control. With a heritage of innovation, ITT partners with its customers to deliver extraordinary solutions that create more livable environments, provide protection and safety and connect our world.

In January 2011, ITT announced its intent to separate the corporation into three standalone publicly traded companies by the end of 2011. ITT’s water-related businesses will form a new standalone water company to be called Xylem Inc. Xylem is the Greek word for the tissue that moves water in plants. Following the spinoff, the company will retain its industry leading product brands such as Flygt, Goulds Water Technology, WEDECO, WTW, Flojet, Bell & Gossett, Lowara and many others. Headquartered in White Plains, N.Y., the company reported 2010 revenue of $11 billion. http://www.itt.com.

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