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    HMS750 - 0.75kW Intelli Booster Pump (304ss)

  • 750w/0.75kW
  • Max. Pressure: 4.7 bar
  • Max. Flow: 83.3 lt/min
  • Max. Fluid Temp: 80°C
  • Max. Ambient Temp: 40°C
  • Hydraulic Components Materials: 304 Stainless Steel
  • Motor: Aluminium
    R11 995,00
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    HMS750 - 0.75kW Intelli Booster Pump (304ss)

    The HM750 Intelli Booster Pump is a horizontal multistage 304 Stainless Steel Booster Pump, with an easy-to-use VSD (Variable Speed Drive) Control Unit.  


    Features & Benefits:

    • Easy to operate
    • Low noise level
    • Automatic start/stop function
    • Energy-efficient – up to 80% more energy savings compared to traditional pump systems.
    • Restart delay – an integral time delay for restart after 3 seconds protects the motor from heat build-up due to continuous on/off switching.
    • Auto-rotation – a built-in timer will automatically start the pump within a pre-selected cycle to rotate the bearings.
    • Constant pressure – a pressure transducer ensures that constant pressure is maintained even when multiple water outlets are used simultaneously.
    • Class-leading efficiency:
      • The unit has the following integrated functions for protection from:
        • Dry run
        • Over-current
        • Over/under voltage
        • Overload’
        • Abnormal pressure


    Additional Options 

    Pump Cover 

    Specifically designed to accommodate our range of different Booster Pumps and VSD pumps, this cover is manufactured from high-grade virgin LLDPE (BPA-free) material, ensuring that your pump is protected against all weather conditions. There are several colors available. 

    Please note that the Pump Cover is only large enough to house the booster pump and its regulator only, if you have a pressure tank, it will need to be installed outside of the pump cover. 



    Add Surge Protection Plug 


    It is always strongly recommended to install a surge protection plug or adapter with any electrical appliance, including pressure pumps. This will safeguard the electrics against potential damage from power surges. 

    Adding a Pressure Tank 


    Adding a Pressure tank to your booster pump setup can help to reduce how often the pressure pump turns on and off, thus helping to reduce the total power consumption of the booster pump. The Pressure tank will be filled with a "buffer" of water (the number of liters depending on the size of the tank), so when a small amount of water is required in the household, such as flushing a toilet or using a tap to quickly wash your hands, this water will come out of the pressure tank first, meaning the pump will not need to switch on at first. As more and more water leaves the pressure tank, the pressure inside the tank will drop, until the pressure drops below a preset minimum pressure on the pressure sensor, at which point the pump will turn on continuing to feed the household with water and refilling the pressure tank. Once there is no more water required in the household, the pressure tank is filled, and until the maximum pressure setting on the pressure sensor is reached, the pump will then turn off again. 

    Keep In Mind: Pressure tank litre sizing is the whole volume inside of the pressure tank, part of which will be taken up by Air and the rest of the volume will then be for the water you fill it with. As a result, water will only take up between 30 to 60% of the total volume of the tank depending on pressure. For example, a tank that is rated for 100 Litres will only actually hold between 30 & 60 litres of water in real-world practice. Please keep this in mind when selecting your tank size. 

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