Tiny Pump Cleans Up Stronger: Tsurumi Presents New Residue Dewatering Pump
Tsurumi has enlarged the outlet, which can be mounted vertically or horizontally, from 25 to 50 mm in diameter, pictured here with hose coupling. The whole construction is robust and easy to repair. (Image source: Tsurumi (Europe) GmbH)
With 750 watts of motor power, the submersible pump now moves 228 litres per minute. Alternatively, it can pump over a vertical distance of 15 metres, which is equivalent to about five building floors. And it does so quite thoroughly: placed on level ground, the LSC draws off the unwanted water almost completely. Only a residual height of about one millimetre remains - which is almost nothing. One wipe, and that´s gone, too.
This makes the LSC a powerful new tool for thoroughly and quickly pumping dirty water out of buildings, from surfaces or out of tanks.
The pumping action does not need to be supervised. The LSC can be repositioned during operation without water running back. Due to the small diameter of the housing, the pump even fits through narrow pipes with inner diameters of 200 mm. In height, the pump measures only 37 cm overall, with a dry weight of only 15 kg. There are no protruding parts, the base plate is made of rubberised stainless steel.
Users can quickly turn the hose nozzle (50 mm) to drain the water horizontally instead of vertically. Sucked up pebbles 6 mm in size are technically irrelevant. Even when no water is flowing, the lifesaving lubrication and cooling is guaranteed. Tsurumi has cast the cable inlet: A short circuit due to creeping water is considered impossible. Ultra-hard materials such as silicon carbide in the mechanical seal stand for long service lives. Nevertheless, the LSC is easy to repair, even by the user himself.
With the new model, the manufacturer is effectively establishing a new series of dewatering pumps. The predecessor, the LSC(E)1.4S with 480 watt motor remains in the range 20 years after its market launch.
Source: Tsurumi (Europe) GmbH