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APP DSK10 Range - Pumps

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APP DSK10 - Unscreened Sewage - Cutter Pumps

The DSK range has been discontinued and replaced by the DSPK range which can be found here

Product Name Price Qty

APP DSK10  Range - Pumps

APP DSK10A with float switch 110V
Excl. Tax: £331.50 Incl. Tax: £397.80

APP DSK10  Range - Pumps

APP DSK10A with float switch 230V
Excl. Tax: £331.50 Incl. Tax: £397.80

APP DSK10  Range - Pumps

APP DSK10 without float switch 230V
Excl. Tax: £308.10 Incl. Tax: £369.72

APP DSK10  Range - Pumps

APP DSK10 without float switch 110V
Excl. Tax: £308.10 Incl. Tax: £369.72

Availability: In stock

Details

The APP DSK10 sewage cutter pump is of cast iron and 304 stainless steel construction. It is fitted with a tungsten carbide tipped, single channel, cast iron impeller which rotates against a serrated suction cover to cut solids before pumping. Suitable for effluent transfer in domestic, or industrial applications, where suspended solids need to be reduced in size and pumped over a short to medium distance. The 410 stainless steel shaft is fitted with a silicon carbide mechanical seal and oil seal, in an oil chamber. It is available free-standing or for guide rail mounting when supplied with the auto-coupling set. Available in single-phase only, with an optional float switch. Supplied with 10 metres of heavy duty rubber power cable.

Model

Flow (l/min)

Head (mtrs)

kW

Manual / Auto

Outlet

Size (mm)

Voltage

Weight (kg)

APP DSK10 Auto

430

13

0.75

A

50

190x255x445

110

19.9

APP DSK10 Auto

430

13

0.75

A

50

190x255x445

230

20.10

APP DSK10

430

13

0.75

M

50

190x255x445

230

19.90

APP DSK10

430

13

0.75

M

50

190x255x445

110

20.10

Additional Information

SKU APP DSK10 Range - Pumps
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