Tallas D-DW 400 COMBI Submersible Drainage Pump For Clean & Dirty Water (0.44kW, 220V)

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R 1,299.00
R 855.00
  • Submersible drainage pump can be used with dirty/clear liquids containing solids of up to 30mm in size
  • Low suction capability of 10mm
  • Suitable for emergencies such as flooding in homes
  • Installation in a deep pit is possible due to a higher length of the power cable (10m)
  • The pump can be selected in either manual or automatic mode

TALLAS is a new brand that takes advantage of over 40 years experience with the DAB PUMPS Group, one of the world's leaders in water distribution. Their product range consists of DIY pumps suitable for domestic pressure boosting, garden irrigation, draining garages or cellars & pumping of wells and tanks. Their range is designed to enable inexperienced users to resolve issues across multiple applications.
TALLAS pumps are made in Italy & are powered by DAB

tallas submersible drainage pump features

Tallas D-DW 400 performance curve:

Technical specs:

  • Supply voltage: 1 ~ 220-240 AC 
  • Power: 440W
  • Pump consumption: 210W
  • Dimensions [l x w x h]: 205 x 150 x 245mm
  • Frequency: 50Hz
  • Current: 1.6A
  • Capacitor: 8nF
  • Capacitor: 450Vc
  • Flow rate max. [l/min]: 140
  • P MAX [bar]: 0,77  
  • Max. head: 7m
  • Max. immersion depth: 7m
  • Min. depth of water for switching on (AUT): 260mm
  • Min./max. depth for switching off: 100/150mm
  • Low suction capability: 10mm
  • Length of power cable: 10m
  • Cable: H05 RNF
  • IP protection: IP X8
  • Insulation class: B
  • Liquid range temperature: 0 °C / +35 °C 
  • Dimension of particles: Ø 30mm
  • Max. ambient temperature: +40 °C
  • DNM GAS: 1” 1/4 F
  • DNA GAS: 1” 1/4 F
  • Box dimensions [l x w x h]: 22,4 x 17,4 x 32cm
  • Net/gross weight: 4.65 / 5.6kg
  • Quantity for pallet [no.]: 72

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