LEO LRP15-50/130 Hot Water Circulation Pump (3-Speed, 40l/min, 85W, 220V)

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The LEO LRP15-50/130 Hot Water Circulation Pump (3-Speed, 40l/min, 85W, 220V) is a perfect circulation pump for pressure boosting of hot water in central, district and domestic situations.

  • Used for heating, ventilating & air conditioning (HVAC) circulation, pressure boosting of hot water, industrial auxiliary equipment, cold & hot water circulation
  • Ideal for central & district heating system water circulation & domestic hot water circulation
  • Manufactured with a durable cast iron rust-proof pump body & noryl impeller with heat resistance up to 150°C
  • Ceramic shaft is manufactured from 99% alumina ceramic for added durability
  • Equipped with a 3-speed motor that has copper winding & a 99% alumina ceramic bearing

LEO Pumps provides innovative water pump solutions including water pumps, boosters, drives, controllers and so much more, all with robust design and high-grade materials.

LEO LRP15-50/130 performance curve:

Product specifications:
  • Model: LRP15-50/130
  • Voltage: 220V
  • Power: 85/60/40W
  • Maximum flow: 40/32/23l/min
  • Inlet/outlet diameter: 15mm
  • Pipe size: 1in
  • Liquid temperature: 2 - 110°C
  • Insulation class: H
  • Protection class: IP44
  • Dimensions [w x h x d]: 130 x 130 x 125mm
  • Weight: 2.32kg
Materials:
  • Thrust bearing adjustment mat: Noryl
  • Thrust bearing rubber mat: Silicon rubber
  • Thrust bearing: Graphite
  • Front bearing: Alumina
  • Pump support cover: Stainless steel
  • Check ball: Silicon rubber
  • Impeller: PPO
  • Pump body: Cast iron/ bronze
  • Pump body insert: Stainless steel
  • Back bearing: HT200
  • Can brg asm: Stainless steel
  • Can brg asm seal: Silicon rubber
  • Stator cover (front): PA66
  • Stator cover (back): PA66
  • Pump shell: ADC12
  • Cable outlet nut: ABS
  • Speed regulation button: ABS
  • Terminal cover: ABS
  • Terminal box: PC

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