Submersible pumps for sewage and effluent - TP 70

Cast iron submersible pumps with single channel or vortex impeller

50 Hz
60 Hz

Specifications:

Spherical clearance
70 mm

Discharge size
G 3 M / DN 80

Max. head
24,9 - 29,8 m

Max. flow
171,2 - 312,3 l/s

Motor power P2
1,5 kW

Characteristics

Submersible pumps for sewage and effluent - TP 70

Application

HOMA TP 70 series pumps are suitable for pumping waste water, sewage or effluent. With their 70 mm spherical clearance they are especially able to pump liquids with larger suspended solids like fibres, textiles etc. They are used for various applications in public and private sector, trade and industry.

Installation

Transportable or permanent. Models with floatswitch control for automatic pump operation, depending on liquid level in the sump.

Materials

Motor housing (Cast Iron ASTM A48,Cl.40B) Pump housing (Cast Iron ASTM A48,Cl.40B) Impeller (Cast Iron ASTM A48,Cl.40B) Wear ring (Bronze ASTM B144) Motor shaft (AISI 430 F Stainless Steel) Bolts (AISI 304 Stainless Steel) O-Rings (Nitrile Rubber) Mechanical seal on medium side (SiC / SiC) Mechanical seal on motor side (SiC / SiC) Upper Bearing (Deep Groove Ball Bearing) Lower Bearing (Double row angular ball bearing)

Pumped liquid

Clear water and drainage water, sewage containing soft solids. Max. liquid temperature: 40°C (104°F) short term up to 60°C (140°F).

Motor

Fully submersible, pressure tight electric motor. Insulation class H. Degree of protection IP 68. Thermal sensors embedded in the winding.

Impeller

Impeller of the TP 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.

Vortex impeller

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.


Select 50 Hz

Select 60 Hz

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Frequency

50 Hz