boiling water pump L3D-90-80-H

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Product description:

Product: Boiling water pump

Model:L3D-90-80-H

Appilication:

big flow rate as 90m3/h

for hot water over 400 degree

for boiling water which needs 8 bar

Product specification:

flow rate:90m3/ hour, 2160m3/day.

Pressure: 1bar - 8 bar

pump diameter: 610mm

Pump installed on the ground, outlet size:6"

with AC motor, motor power:22kW, 380V , 3 phase

but only need motor power:22kW(while Grundfos pump needs at least 45kW  power, our pump can save more than 50%  power,save USD20532 per year for electricity fee.

Material:

Pump inside: stainless steel and wearable nylon,it enables our solar pump to have 10 years sevice life and undertake 400 degree high temperature.

Motor : AC motor, 380V , three phase , 50Hz. The pump also can connect with solar power.

Certification:

3 International patent

ISO9001

CE


Warranty:2 years




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taking the old back boiler out can be a dirty, dusty job, it not only involves a plumber but also a builder. I cant help you with the costs you will have to get a couple of estimates. The boiler in the bathroom is a different matter. This is not allowed under the gas regulations unless it is a room sealed unit (balanced flue). The moisture laden air in a bathroom can interfere with the burning gas in an open flued boiler and produce carbon monoxide. I suspect you have an open flued boiler. However a new room sealed boiler could possibly be installed there, it would depend upon the manufacturers instructions, for example how far would the flue be from an openable window, plus other conditions. a CORGI installer would have to check it out. Most modern condensing combi boilers are room sealed, and they vary greatly in price. Get a few estimates, and don't take the first guy that comes along
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