LeeSan back at Seawork with new stock

LeeSan technology LeeSan Pump Out systems are installed in docks and marinas worldwide. Credit: LeeSan

LeeSan is now able to offer more choice to customers with its newly acquired range of sewage and waste water pumps, due to massive stock availability from its parent company Pump Technology Ltd.

Back at Seawork 2019 after a long absence from the exhibition, marine sewage and pumping specialist LeeSan will be showing the pumps, alongside its extensive range of marine sanitation and pump out equipment. Additionally, the company will be highlighting its ability to supply spares, even for many much older products, worldwide for next working day dispatch.

Wide usage

LeeSan Pump Out systems are installed in docks and marinas worldwide and the company’s own design of hands-free pump out nozzle and deck fitting combination is used on many vessels.

Craft from yachts and powerboats of all sizes to superyachts, military and commercial vessels have fitted the company’s sanitation equipment for over 27 years now.

LeeSan stocks tens of thousands of spares, some difficult to source, which can often make the difference between a working sanitation system and one which doesn’t.

Since being bought by Pump Technology five years ago, LeeSan has had increasing access to specialist experience in the commercial pumping business and can now supply sewage, fresh water and pressure pumps from most major manufacturers worldwide.

LeeSan will be exhibiting at Seawork 2019 on stand PG3.

By Rebecca Jeffrey

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