AS-PUMP

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The AS-PUMP domestic pumping stations (pump shafts, pump sumps) are designed for the re-pumping of wastewater, rainwater, and groundwater from households to pressure or gravity sewers.

The pumping station (pump shaft, pump sump) is welded of homogeneous polypropylene and designed to be self-supporting for installation in a green area. If the pumping station is installed in a driveway, it must be completely embedded in concrete. The pumps are delivered in a cast-iron design with cutting equipment. The pumps are controlled by means of an electric switching box designed to be installed on a façade or embedded in a wall. Operating and failure statuses are signalled by light indicators in the standard design.

Failure statuses may be optionally signalled using SMS, or via a GSM modem, or voltage-free contacts may be provided for additional remote wired indication, or a warning beacon. The delivery comprises a 600 x 600 mm cast-iron class “B” cover or a circular plastic cover with the diameter of 600 mm, filled with concrete.

Domestic pumping stations - their designs and advantages

• AS–PUMP RDS – a cylindrical, self-supporting pumping station used to convey sewage
• AS–PUMP RDD – a cylindrical, self-supporting pumping station used to convey rainwater

  • Self-supporting tank for walk-on areas
  • Reliable, durable submersible pump with a cutting knife
  • Complete delivery without any further adaptations on site
  • Waterproof and resistant to corrosion
  • Resistant to groundwater
  • Acoustic or remote failure indication
  • Complete delivery without any further adaptations on site
  • Long service life supported by a static calculation
  • Guarantee and post-guarantee maintenance services available

Types of pumps for the domestic pump shaft

SIGMA LUTÍN 1 1/4 EFRU
Submersible sludge pump with a cutting device. Used for pumping wastewater in pressure sewers.
Parameters: Q=0.8 l/s, H=50 m, P=1.1 kW

SIGMA LUTÍN 50 GFZU
Submersible sludge pump with a cutting device. Used for pumping wastewater in gravity sewers.
Parameters: Q=1.7–4.5 l/s, H=5–14 m