New Pump With Reduction System From Biral


With immediate effect Biral can supply yet another comminution pump to supplement the existing range

Product description

Within split seconds the FMC 50-250 reduces solid matter contained in the liquid to small pieces, thus it can be disposed of through small pipes of diameter from DN 50. High costs for laying larger pipes can therefore be avoided and economical pressure drainage systems can be installed in topographically difficult areas. The FMC 50-250 is also used for waste water disposal, where significant delivery heights with relatively low flow rates (e.g. 66 mWS at 1 l/s) are required.


  • Reliable – reduces faecal and cuttable solid material within split seconds.
  • Field tested – the pump is already reliably in use in many places.
  • Safety in operation – the motor is protected from overheating by a winding protection contact and the oil blocking chamber monitoring indicates wear in the floating ring seal at an early stage

Source: Biral AG

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