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Your one-stop-shop for marine oil extractor pumps and engine accessories

Marine oil extractor pumps are specialised pumps used to remove oil and other fluids from marine vessels such as boats, yachts, and ships. These pumps are designed to efficiently and effectively remove oil from a marine vessel's bilge, engine, or other parts.

These convenient, easy-to-use engine accessories include a pump mechanism powered by electricity or a hand-operated crank. They are often equipped with hoses and nozzles that allow easy access to the vessel's hard-to-reach areas.

Several types of marine oil extractor pumps are available, including electric, manual, and pneumatic pumps. Manual pumps require physical effort to operate, but they are generally less expensive than electric pumps. In contrast, pneumatic pumps use compressed air to operate, and they are often used for heavy-duty applications.

At Marine Depot, we stock manual and pneumatic marine oil extractor pumps designed to remove a wide range of fluids, like engine oil, gearbox oil, coolant and more. Shop engine oil extractors online for fast, affordable shipping Australia-wide (free shipping available over $499* — see our shipping policy). 

How to choose the right engine oil extractor for your needs

Choosing an engine oil extractor requires consideration of several factors, including the type of vessel, the volume of oil to be extracted, and the ease of use. Here are some important elements to consider:

  • Capacity: The capacity of the oil extractor is an important factor to consider. It should be able to handle the volume of oil that needs to be extracted. The capacity of the oil extractor is typically measured in litres or gallons.
  • Power source: Oil extractors can be powered by different sources, like electricity, manual, or pneumatic. Manual extractors (like vacuum oil extractor pumps) require some physical effort (e.g. 10 to 20 pumps), but they are usually less expensive than their counterparts. Pneumatic extractors use compressed air, and they’re ideal for heavy-duty applications.
  • Hose length: Consider the length of the hose that comes with the oil extractor. The hose should be long enough to reach the oil pan or bilge of your boat. If the hose is too short, it can make the extraction process difficult.
  • Ease of use: Choose an oil extractor that’s easy to use. It should come with clear instructions and be easy to assemble and disassemble. Look for features such as an ergonomic handle, an easy-to-empty reservoir, and instructions on replacing the filters. 
  • Durability: The oil extractor should be made of high-quality materials resistant to corrosion and damage from the harsh marine environment.

As well as marine oil extractor pumps, we stock replacement engine oil from brands like BLA and Quicksilver to keep your vessel running smoothly. 

Find all the engine oil extractors and replacement oils you need online — we offer fast, affordable shipping nationwide and flexible payment options like Zip and Afterpay.

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