CTP 50, CTP 53, CTP 70 – Submersible Pumps For Chemically Aggressive Drainage Water

CHARACTERISTICS

Submersible pumps for chemically aggressive drainage water and sewage – CTP 50


TECHNICAL DATA SHEET

Specifications:

CTP 50

Spherical clearance

Max. flow

50 mm

31,0 – 63,0 m³/h

Discharge size

Motor power P1

R 2 1/2″ M”

1,3 – 5,2 kW

Max. head

Motor power P2

10,4 – 30,0 m

1,0 – 4,4 kW

 

CTP 53

Spherical clearance

Max. flow

50 mm

31,0 – 63,0 m³/h

Discharge size

Motor power P1

G 3 M

1,3 – 5,2 kW

Max. head

Motor power P2

10,4 – 30,0 m

1,0 – 4,4 kW

CTP 70

Spherical clearance

Max. flow

70 mm

87 – 112 m³/h

Discharge size

Motor power P1

DN 80

2.5 – 3,2 kW

Max. head

Motor power P2

13.5 – 16,0 m

2,0 – 2,5 kW

INSTALLATION

Transportable or permanent.

MATERIALS

Pump housing, motor housing (Stainless steel 1.4436) Rotor shaft, wear ring mechanical connection parts (Stainless steel 1.4571) O-Ringe (FPM (Viton)) Mechanical seals (SiC / SiC, FPM (Viton)) Cable protective hose (Polyolefin) Impeller CTP 50, CTP 53 (Stainless steel 1.4436) Impeller CTP 70 (Stainless steel 1.4517)

PUMPED LIQUID

Drainage water or sewage containing soft solids and chemically aggressive liquids. PH-valve 3-14. Max. liquid temperature: 40°C, short term up to 60°C. For limitation to lower temperatures see specific chemical resistance of used materials.

MOTOR

Fully submersible, pressure tight electric motor. Insulation class H. Degree of protection IP 68. Thermal sensor embedded in the winding. Cable: H07 RN-F (Plus) 6G1,5 with cable protective hose and longitudinally tight cable trumpet.

FEATURES

Due to the large free passage of 50 mm they are particularly suitable to pump liquids with coarse solids and fiber fractions, wastewater in the industry as well as liquid chemicals in industrial processes.

IMPELLER

Impeller of the CTP 50, CTP 53, CTP 70  series.

For optimum adaptation to the pump medium and operating conditions.

ENCLOSED SINGLE-CHANNEL IMPELLER

For dirty and muddy fluids with solid and long-fibre fractions.

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