Pumps solve water transfer problems (1/4)

Wyko’s new range of Lowara stainless steel pumps provide a solution to all types of drainage and water transfer problems, from water displays to removing floodwater containing suspended solids. A barrel type float chamber allows optimum operation with a smaller sump than alternative models while innovative impeller designs allow them to pump fluids up to a height of 11m. The tube float design removes more water and consequently speeds up transfer operations by requiring half the sump width of other designs. Each pump features a stainless steel construction and robust seal design, providing extended operational life from a more compact unit. The Doc series is available in three sizes, the smallest of which is only 245mm in height. The pumps are fitted with a thermal overload protection circuit and 10m of cord and can transfer liquids with temperatures up to 40oC. With models offering maximum flow levels of 230 l/m, headed up to 11m, the series offers a convenient solution to fluid transfer in routine or emergency pumping operations. The Doc pumps also feature an innovative impeller counterblade system that keeps solid particles away from the seal lips. This design allows the units to process fluids with suspended solids of up to 10mm. For more demanding applications such as cellar or sceptic tank drainage, Wyko offer the Domo range which features a watertight electric motor housing protected by a multiple seal system with oil chamber. The units can process fluid with suspended solids of up to 35mm and their stainless Vortex impellers guarantee a flow capability of 235litre/m along with head capabilities of up to 9m.

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