The KS1101/22, CAM88/25 and CAM152/60 incorporate self-priming “jet” pumps with pressure vessels (fitted with butyl diaphragms), pressure gauges, adjustable pressure switches and nonreturn valves ready assembled for installation. The pumps are fitted with thermoplastic venturis and impellers.
They have stainless steel shafts, fitted with carbon ceramic mechanical seals, and have IP44 rated motors. KS has a thermoplastic pump casing and a 22 litre steel pressure vessel, the CAM88 has a 304 stainless steel pump casing and a 25 litre steel pressure vessel while the CAM152 has a cast iron pump casing and a 60 litre steel pressure vessel. They are designed for pumping clean water only at a maximum temperature of 35ºC. Capable of 8 metre suction lifts.
Suitable for domestic water boosting, pressurised water supply to mobile toilets and shower blocks, irrigation and for wash-down. The CAM is available with an optional steel protection frame for portable use.
The GPA90(S) is booster set for water supply systems where space is at a premium. It incorporates a peripheral pump, with a frontal suction port, which has a 304 stainless steel pump body and impeller. The shaft is 410 stainless steel and is fitted with a silicon carbide mechanical seal. Elastomers are in Viton and the motor is rated at IP45.
The pressure vessel has a 2 litre capacity for applications where buffering of the water supply is necessary. This vessel reduces pump on/ off cycles, saves energy and protects the pump from water hammer, thus extending its service life. With 304 stainless steel connections, a high grade butyl bladder and a polypropylene liner, there is no water contact with the steel vessel creating an uncontaminated water path.
Suitable for liquid temperatures up to 60ºC. Can be used for domestic water boosting and pressurised water supply of mobile toilets and shower blocks.
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