External Water Circulation Pump Kit for ITS 17VD Industrial Heat Pump

R 4,609.00

The External Water Circulation Pump Kit is designed to work with the ITS 17VD Industrial Heat Pump. The kit includes a Pedrollo centrifugal pump, a loading valve and an air release valve.

  • Durable 0.37kW Pedrollo centrifugal water pump with a cast iron pump body & stainless steel impeller
  • Thermic loading valve allows the setting of the desired hot water temperature with an opening temperature of 61°C
  • Loading valve can be adapted for installation in 3 different positions
  • Air release valve with a 110°C maximum working temperature

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Pump specifications:

  • Model: Pedrollo CPm130
  • Voltage: 230V, 50Hz, single-phase
  • Power: 0.37kW, 0.5hp
  • Flowrate: 80l/min
  • Head: 14m
  • Connections: 1in
  • Liquid temperature range: -10 to 90°C
  • Ambient temperature range: up to 40°C
  • Manometric suction lift: up to 7m
  • Maximum working pressure: 6bar
  • Dimensions [l x w x h]: 257 x 165 x 205mm
  • Weight: 7.7kg

Loading valve specifications:

  • Model: LK820
  • Opening temperature: 61°C
  • Working temperature: 45 - 55°C, min: +5°C, max: +95°C
  • Working temperature: 61 - 80°C, min: +5°C, max: +110°C
  • Ambient temperature: Min: +5°C, max: +60°C
  • Maximum working pressure: 1.0MPa (10bar)
  • Maximum pressure difference: 50kPa
  • Media: Water - Glycol mixture, max: 50%
  • Thread standard: Female
  • Weight: 0,7 kg

Air release valve specifications:

  • Maximum working temperature: 110°C
  • Maximum working pressure: 10bar
  • Maximum venting pressure: 4bar
  • Connections: 15mm male
  • Medium: Water & glycol solution
  • Maximum percentage of glycol: 30%

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