- Standard design in ATEX or FM
- Standard IE3 Premium Efficiency motor
- Standard NEMA Class A motor temperature rise
- Standard motor includes internal cooling
- Standard pump can be operated with medium level above volute i.e. no need to submerge motor
- Continuous operation also in dry installation
- Adjustable bottom plate with intercepted slotting for significant energy savings while maintaining efficient rag handling
- Clean water and wastewater
- Sewage containing solids and fibrous material
- Sewage with sludge and high rag content
- Industrial raw water
Main design features
- Premium Efficiency motors in accordance with IEC 60034-30 (IE3)
- Contrablock Plus type single and two vane-, closed and vortex impellers
- Solid passage min. 75 mm and greater
- Explosion-proof version (ATEX, FM and CSA)
- Cable plug on PE1 and PE2
- Sealed cable connection chamber with two stage cable entry on PE3
- Closed cooling system (PE1-2)
- Closed-loop cooling system (optional)
- Class H (140°C) insulation
- Temperature rise according to NEMA Class A
- Double silicon carbide (SiC/SiC) mechanical seal
- Seal protection against spinning fibers
- 50'000 hours bearing life on PE1-2 and 100'000 hours on PE3
- Lifting hoop (stainless steel as option)
- Chopper hydraulics as option
|50 Hz||60 Hz|
|Pump sizes||80 - 200 mm||80 - 200 mm / 3,2 - 8 in|
|up to 220 l/s||up to 210 l/s / 3,350 USgpm|
|Heads||up to 64 m||up to 90 m / 295 ft|
|Power||up to 25 kW||up to 30 kW / 40 hp|
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