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Walbro Marine Electric Fuel Pumps, 12 & 24 Volt, FRB Series. USA made high quality Fuel Pumps for most applications, including diesel and gas engines and fuel transfer. The FRB is an advanced electric fuel pump designed to deliver fuel at a specified flow rate and pressure. It incorporates a new piston mechanism which, unlike rubber diaphragms, is not affected by high-tech fuel blends. Designed for applications where battery life, low noise, and best durability are important.
Walbro FRB Series replaces the 6000 Series, featuring:
60 GPH @ 7 PSI
12 & 24 Volt
Compatible with all commercially available pump grade gasoline, gasohol, diesel, bio-diesel fuels, Stoddard solvent and E85
Pump cycles only when fuel is demanded
Self-priming to 4 feet
Use of a 70 micron pre-filter is recommended
Continuous duty life (diesel fuel): >18000 hrs
Fitting size - 1/4" x 18 NPSF
NPSF is National Pipe Straight Fuel. You may use NPTF National Pipe Thread Fuel with some sealant
Not recommended for applications such as heater or stove systems as output pressures are too high.
I have a common rail diesel engine in my powerboat. Its electric fuel feed pump is very sensitive to the vacuum. The Racor 1000 shows 5.5 inches of Mercury with a brand new filter element. I wonder if a supplemental fuel pump would eliminate this vacuum to the engine.
Submitted by: BillP
I would make sure your fuel vent line is not obstructed. If it is clear, do an up grade on the fuel pump.
I have a sailboat where the diesel tank is lower than the engine. The suction line goes to the top of the tank, makes a bend down and goes to the racor filter. Will your pump self prime with a 36" lift?
Once it has filled the line and filter it can be turned off. Will the fuel flow through the pump after it is shut off? Can I use on 3/8" ID fuel hose with an adapter on the inlet and outlet?
Submitted by: Jack
The pump can pull 36" and it does have a check valve. Fuel will flow when the pump is off. Yes.
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