Tallas D-DWP 1000 Submersible Drainage Pump For Dirty Water (1.0kW, 220V)

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R 3,465.00
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  • Powerful submersible pump use for draining and emptying dirty water
  • Can be used with dirty liquids containing solids of up to 38mm in size
  • Integrated float switch enables automatic Stop/Start and dry run protection
  • No-corrosion and no-oxidation
  • Pump is compact and can be placed in narrow spaces

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

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Tallas Drainage Pump D-DWP 1000 performance curve:

Technical specs:

  • Supply voltage: 1~ 220-240AC 
  • Power: 1000W
  • Dimensions [l x w x h]: 250 x 250 x 400mm
  • Frequency: 50Hz
  • Current: 4.2A 
  • Capacitor nF: 12.5 
  • Capacitor Vc: 450
  • Flow rate max. [l/min]: 320 
  • Max. head: 11m
  • Max. immersion depth: 7m
  • Low suction capability/automatic mode: -
  • P MAX [bar]: 1.1
  • Low suction capability/manual mode: 50mm
  • Length of power cable: 10m 
  • Cable: H07 RNF 
  • IP protection: IP X8 
  • Insulation class: F 
  • Liquid range temperature: 0°C/+35°C 
  • Dimension of particles: 38mm
  • Max. ambient temperature: +40°C
  • DNA GAS: 1”1/2F 
  • DNM GAS: 1”1/2F 
  • Box dimensions [l x w x h]: 26 x 26 x 45cm
  • Net/gross weight: 8.2/10.1kg 

Tallas Drainage Pump D-DWP 1000 Installation Video:

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  • Hi. Im based in vereeniging in Gauteng. Can i take my Tallas pump to a water pump shop nearby for repairs even though they don't sell Tallas pumps?

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    If your unit is still within warranty it would need to be assessed by the suppliers technical department or it would lose its warranty.