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Posted: September 23 2013 at 11:46 | IP Logged Quote arkraft

My 1967 Inland Seas steel Clipper 34' never had strainers in raw water cooling. I purchased some and need info on mounting location.Do they have to be between seacock and pump intake, in terms of elevation? In other words do I need to maintain a continous rise from seacock to pump, OR can I mount strainers somewhat above pump elevation with out any air lock issues?

When I installed AC the strainer needed to remain below water line but I believe the AC pump was designed more like a bilge pump (hard finned not flexible impellor.) Will my Sherwood Raw water pumps on engines be able to self prime via suction if I exceed pump height with strainers?

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