bilge pump


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

bilge pump

[′bilj ‚pəmp]
(naval architecture)
A pump to remove water that collects in the bottom of a ship.
References in periodicals archive ?
His lease agreement says Eden Isle will provide 10 amps of convenience power to the slips to run battery chargers, bilge pumps and lifts.
Sensors on a boat continuously check the boat's battery, bilge pump, location, and shore power supply.
Spear a big wave when the water is cold, and sometimes you realize that a bilge pump just ain't enough.
The only exception would be an intermittent circuit such as a bilge pump, but a meter with a peak hold function such as a Fluke 87 would work.
Bilge Pump, Alsatian, Lifeless, Killing Castro, at Doctor Brown's, M'bro, Wednesday, April 9.
The ITF also claims a bilge pump wasn't working and there are not enough on board to handle the ship safely.
But with a bilge pump not working properly, the vessel's fish room flooded and the scallop dredger sank in bad weather off the Isle of Man in January 2000 with the loss of all seven crew.
THAT THE FILTERS ARE CLEAN, THE BILGE PUMP IS WORKING .
Early nights featured the likes of Snail Racing, Bilge Pump, Buick 6 and Do Make Say Think.
The upscale water taxi includes a surrey canopy, cabin window enclosure, dining tables, navigation and interior lights, bilge pump, four-speaker single disc CD player, leather interior and private head.