Sewage Pump Pumping Station Car Household Toilet Without Clogging Dc12v/24v on 2040-parts.com
yueqing, 浙江省, China
Country/Region of Manufacture:China
Manufacturer Part Number:1
UPC:Does not apply
Standard or Nonstandard:
When buying, please note that which you want to 12V or 24V
√When the faucet turned on or off the built-in switch enables the pump automatically start or stop
√Self-priming pump installation to meet at the top of the tank
√Not be idle for long periods
√Built-in thermal protection device
√If using a pressure switch can also be used manually
On Nov-16-16 at 23:23:24 PST, seller added the following information:
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