Sanimaster PE VA – Sewage Disposal Units

Compact sewage disposal units for large buildings

CHARACTERISTICS

Sewage disposal units – Sanimaster PE / VA

APPLICATION

HOMA Sanimaster PE, FE, VA compact sewage disposal units are suitable for pumping sewage and waste water from areas below the sewer level (see DIN EN 12056). With their large tank volumes and high performance submersible waste water pumps they are the ideal solution for the disposal from large private, commercial or public buildings, hospitals, schools etc.


TECHNICAL DATA SHEET

SPECIFICATIONS

Spherical clearance

Max. flow

80 mm

25 – 210 m³/h

Discharge size

Motor power P1

DN 80 / DN 100

1,7 – 13,0 kW

Max. head

Motor power P2

6,2 – 38,1 m

0,9 – 11,5 kW

MATERIALS

Collecting tank (see tank types) Motor housing, pump housing, impeller (Cast iron EN-GJL-250) Rotor shaft, screws (Stainless steel) Seal kit (NBR)

PUMPED LIQUID

Clear water or drainage water, waste water or sewage containing soft solids. Max. liquid temperature: 35°C, short term up to 60°C.

MOTOR

Fully submersible, pressure tight electric motors 400-415 V / 3 Ph Thermal sensors embedded in the winding. Insulation class H. Degree of protection IP 68. Large diameter stainless steel rotor shaft, pre-lubricated bearings.

COLLECTION TANK

Odour and gas tight tank.

FEATURES

The compact design allows a packed installation with minimum space requirement. The horizontal pump position with the straight-thru tank-pump discharge connection avoids unnecessary elbows. With flanged gate valves fitted between the tank and the pumps, the twin pump unit operates even with one pump disassembled for maintanance or repair. The tanks are available in different materials with volumes from 180 up to 1000 litres.

IMPELLER

Impeller of the Sanimaster PE / VA 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.

  • VORTEX IMPELLER

For coarse and fibrous polluted, braid-forming and gaseous media.

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