Bully CH140 – Submersible Pumps For Chemically Aggressive Drainage Water

Submersible pumps for the disposal of domestic drainage water e.g. salt water (up to 15%) from water softening devices and brine from condensing boilers

APPLICATION

Disposal of domestic drainage water e.g. salt water (up to 15%) from water softening devices and brine from condensing boilers.


TECHNICAL DATA SHEET

SPECIFICATIONS

Spherical clearance

Max. flow

10 mm

6,5 m³/h

Discharge size

Motor power P1

G 1¼ M

0,32 kW

Max. head

Motor power P2

7 m

0,17 kW

INSTALLATION

Permanent or transportable. Model with float switch control for automatic pump operation, depending on liquid level in the sump. Float switch fixation for continuous operation mode.

MATERIALS

Motor housing, (high quality stainless steel) Screws (stainless steel) Rotor shaft (high quality stainless steel) Pump housing, suction sieve (Glass-fibre reinforced synthetic material (composite)) Impeller (Glass-fibre reinforced synthetic material (composite)) Seal kit (NBR)

PUMPED LIQUID

Chemicall aggressive drainage water from households containing soft solids up to 10 mm spherical clearance. Max. liquid temperature: 35°C.

MOTOR

Fully submersible, pressure tight electric motor. Insulation class F. Motor protection IP 68. Shaft sealing consisting of a shaft seal and SIC-mechanical seal. Thermal sensors imbedded in the motor winding. Rotor shaft and motor housing from high quality stainless steel.

FEATURES

10 m connecting cable permits the mobile outdoor use and an immersion depth of 7 m. Cooling jacket ensures optimum motor cooling even during sip operation. Automatic air bleed valve with additional venting screw. Detachable suction sieve for low suction of residual water. Automatic flushing if required. In combination with the special float switch (accessory), a reduction of the switching height is possible.

IMPELLER

Impeller of the Bully CH140 series.

For optimum adaptation to the pump medium and operating conditions.

OPEN MULTI-CHANNEL IMPELLER

For dirty and muddy media with solids.

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