HOMA Saniquick UF is used for removal of waste water from hand basins, washing machines, showers or bath and cellar de-watering in rooms below the sewer level. Installation as a collecting tank for rainwater in cellars, basements, baths and garages.
Collecting tank for under-floor installation with adjustable access cover.
Collecting tank (Polyethylene) Installation kit (PVC) Pump housing (Composite (C235 - C290) stainless steel (CR 253, CR360,H501-H506) Cast iron (EN-GJL-250(TP28)) Motor housing (Stainless steel) Impeller (Composite (C225 - C290) stainless steel (CR 253, CR360,H501-H506) Cast iron (EN-GJL-250(TP28)) Rotor shaft, screws (Stainless steel) Seal kit (Perbonane)
Clear water and drainage water. Max. liquid temperature: 35°C, short term up to 60°C.
Fully submersible, pressure tight electric motor, jacket cooled. Insulation class F. Degree of protection IP 68.
Plastic tank fixed to prevent lifting, volume 40 l, with 3 inlets DN 100. Connecting piece DN 70 for air vent and cable duct. Frame with adjustable height to adapt the cover plate to the floor level. Odour tight cover plate with floor drain. The cover plate can be used as a gutter or a tile frame. Both frame and plate are adjustable in height and capable of being turned through 360°, for adjustment to the floor level and direction of tiles after the tiles have been laid. (Saniquick UFT: Discharge connector and pipe for the pump are fitted in the tank, including a non-return valve in the pipework.)
For optimum adaptation to the pump medium and operating conditions.
For dirty and muddy media with solids.
For coarse and fibrous polluted, braid-forming and gaseous media.
The network frequency is 50 Hz in the EU.
In other parts of the world, such as in the North American region, Brazil, Saudi Arabia or South Korea 60 Hz.
HOMA pumps are available for both frequency ranges. A selection of the pumps for the valid frequency range at the installation site must be made accordingly. We are happy to assist you in the selection of the right pumps.
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