Maas 1000 pressure pump 10L/min
Do you have enough water when you use the tap in your caravan or motorhome?
Product description of the Maas 1000 pressure water pump
The Maas 1000 is a 12V pressure water pump. The water pump ensures that the water flows through the pipes as soon as there is a demand for water from, for example, a tap or shower, but also when flushing the toilet.
This pump gives you good, stable water pressure throughout your motorhome or caravan.
Specifically for the motorhome and caravan
The pressure pump is ideal for the motorhome and caravan. Virtually any tap can be used in combination with the Maas 1000 water pump.
Easy to install
The water pump is easy to install by screwing the mounting feet in the desired place. The pressure pump can be installed outside the water tank in an easily accessible spot. The mounting feet are designed to isolate the pump from the mounting surface. This reduces vibrations and noise to a minimum.
The connection with the flexible pipes is made easy with the included straight and angled couplers and filter with quick couplings.
How does the pressure water pump work
The Maas 1000 draws water from the tank. The pump is activated when the pressure drops in the pipe, so when the tap is open. The water pump draws the water from the water tank and pumps it with pressure to where the demand for water is (tap/shower/toilet).
The water pump provides 10L/min and the pressure is 2.4 bar. It has to be connected to 12V.
Long service life
The pressure water pump requires little maintenance and has a long service life. Thermal protection prevents overload.
Pressure water pump materials
The pressure water pump is made of plastic, metal. The colour is black. The dimensions of the pressure pump are 205 X 188 X 90 mm.
The Maas 1000 pressure water pump comes with a filter, a straight coupler and an angled coupler.
Are you looking for a pressure water pump that pumps 7L/min? Then we recommend the Maas 700. This is shown under the "Products variants" heading.
Available in stores from mid-March 2021.