New from Calefactio, CondenSAFE with pump for additional protection to the mechanical room.
23 February 2021 | Published by Annick Marseille
In our mission to improve what’s best, we have taken into consideration that gravity is sometimes not on our side, so we have incorporated a water-resistant and dustproof pump into our Condensate Neutralizer to help pump neutralized water to the closest drain.
Our CondenSAFE pump is enclosed in an acid-resistant (≥ Ph3) nylon glass plastic housing, rated IP65. IP65 often referred to as International Protection Code, grades the level of protection offered by the casings against dust, and water intrusion. Our pump casing is presently UNIQUE in the market with this protection, making it ideal for dusty and humid mechanical rooms.
It is easy to install, quiet operation, and resistant to water temperatures up-to 158°F (70°C).
CondenSAFE pump Features:
Waster resistant and dust-tight IP65 rating
20ft of head
Integrated check valve.
Float for automatic-start & stop.
7.2 ft (2.2 m) 3-Conductor Cable with a grounded 3-pin plug.
CondenSAFE neutralizer with pump (#CSNP20) can contain up to two media bags, suiting different heating device capacities.
Each media bag can treat condensate equivalent to 525 MBH (154 kWh) units, approximately 2,1 gallons (8 liters) per hour.
Improving this unit even further, we have added an optional alarm panel to warn and prevent potential water damages to the mechanical room.
CondenSAFE neutralizer with pump comes with a 1 ft (30cm) 3-conductor cable where the alarm panel can easily be installed. Powered by 120V and with a 9V battery provides backup during power outages.
This multipurpose alarm (#CAL-AL120) can be used on a variety of applications i.e., septic tanks, sumps, holding tanks, pump chambers, water tanks, etc.
CondenSAFE with pump offers additional protection to any mechanical room.
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