General Information A range of high specification variable speed cold water booster sets with multi-pump options up to 6 pumps. The sets feature the IMAT variable speed controller with either our stainless steel MXH series. We can also build special systems with any of the pumps from our range to suit specific applications.
Motors Aluminium 2-pole (2900 rpm) induction motors, 400/3/50, class F insulation, IP54 and IP55 protection.
System One piece stainless steel manifolds, and brass fittings with WRAs approved valves, WRAs approved GWS accumulator all mounted on a mild steel powder coated baseplate, fully wired and tested.
Fluid: Clean Cold Water
Control: IMAT variable speed via Pressure Transducer, Differential Transducer or Temperature Transducer
Fluid Temp: Max 25 Deg.C
Max Press: 10 bar Operational Pressure
Air Amb: Max 40 Deg.C
Rated: Continuous Service
2-pole induction motors, 50Hz, n ≈ 2900 rpm, suitable for operation with frequency converter
Three-phase 400V +/-10%
Class F insulation
IP 54 protection
Execution according IEC 60034
Other voltages on demand
Pressure vessels (on demand) Cylindrical with capacity 8 litres, membrane type, air precharged
Execution Constant pressure boosting sets with I-MAT frequency converter made of 2 to 3 pumps, ball valve and non return valve on suction side, ball valve and pressure gauge on delivery side. Suction and delivery manifolds in stainless steel AISI 304. Suitable for installation of a 8-lt cylindrical pressure vessel on delivery side.
I-MAT device: Frequency converter installed on the motor with self cooling system. Possibility to display: Pressure of the system Working frequency Absorbed current Alarms
Applications For drawing water out of a well As pressure boosting pump for central water systems with low pressure (follow local specifications if increasing network pressure).
Next Day Available
1 Year Warranty
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