Ah ... Lennix Firefox Mozilla British Speeel Chezk. Cousins across the sea separated by a common spoken language ... I think.
How do you spell filture?
How true. When I worked on rigs in the North Sea we had crew from Louisiana and Mississippi, and also some local crew from Liverpool in England and Aberdeen in Scotland. The 'Mericans couldn't understand a word of what the Scousers were saying, and I couldn't understand what the Scots were saying, even though we were all theoretically speaking the same language. Our Australian Rig Superintendant couldn't understand any of us, and used to start mumbling in Strine after a few minutes with the Louisianans. The few Dutch on board were the only ones who spoke good English (apart from me!).
Ah yes, water pumps. Mount them as low as possible, with somewhere for the inevitable leaks to harmlessly drip to ground without flooding a bay. Make them easily accessible, because sooner or later you'll need to swap or repair one when a chunk of something gets caught in the diaphragm or check valve. Strainers are well worth it to minimize FOD.
PS - HB, it's spelt Eff Eye Ell Tea Eee Aaargh.