Barracuda GRP 56 GRP 76 GRP 111

SEWAGE PUMPS WITH CUTTER SYSTEM

APPLICATION

The installation of conventional sewer systems in areas of low population like small villages, farms or under difficult topographic conditions is often extremely expensive, mainly because of the high cost for large diameter pipework installation. HOMA provides the perfect, economical alternative with Barracuda grinder pump pressure sewage systems. The Barracuda pumps cut all solids present in the sewage into small particles. This allows the use of pipes from 50 mm diameter, which can be easily laid at low cost with a minimum of construction work.


Datasheet Sewage Pumps
Technical Data Sheet

SPECIFICATIONS

Discharge size

Motor power P1

G 2 M – DN 50

7,5 – 11,0 kW

Max. head

Motor power P2

42,0 – 69,0 m

6,4 – 9,5 kW

Max. flow

31,0 m³/h

INSTALLATION

Permanent with auto coupling system or with ringbase stand.

MATERIALS

Pump housing, motor housing, impeller (Cast iron EN-GJL-250) Cutter system (Stainless steel 1.4122) Mechanical seals (Silicon-carbide/ Silicon-carbide) Rotor shaft, screws, cooling jacket (U) (Stainless steel) Seal kit (Perbonane)

PUMPED LIQUID

Waste water or sewage containing soft solids. Max. liquid temperature: 40°C, short term up to 60°C.

MOTOR

Fully submersible, pressuretight electric motor, three phase, oil-filled. Thermal sensors embedded in stator winding. Insulation class H. Degree of motor protection IP 68. Cable connection chamber totally isolated from motor housing.

FEATURES

The range of GRP 56–111 models offer unique hydraulic performance, combined with high efficiency and a supreme quality standard. These pumps are applied wherever extreme high head pumping capability up to 7 bar is required.

IMPELLER

Impeller of the Barracuda GRP 56 / GRP 76 / GRP 111 series.

For optimum adaptation to the pump medium and operating conditions.

  • OPEN MULTI-CHANNEL IMPELLER

For dirty and muddy media with solids.

  • GRP CUTTER SYSTEM
Cutting system upstream of the impeller for grinding solids.
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