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T.I.P. Extrema 300/10 Pro

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Expected as of 26-07-2024
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Specifications overview

Specifications

General information

Physical characteristics

Technical information

Functionalities

Types of water this pump can handle

Flow-rate table
Delivery diameter: 1 ½"
  • 10 metre(s) Pump capacity start 1,000 liters per hour
  • 9 metre(s) Pump capacity start 4,040 liters per hour
  • 8 metre(s) Pump capacity start 6,330 liters per hour
  • 7 metre(s) Pump capacity start 8,300 liters per hour
  • 6 metre(s) Pump capacity start 9,940 liters per hour
  • 5 metre(s) Pump capacity start 11,500 liters per hour
  • 4 metre(s) Pump capacity start 13,440 liters per hour
  • 3 metre(s) Pump capacity start 15,000 liters per hour
  • 2 metre(s) Pump capacity start 16,650 liters per hour
  • 1 metre(s) Pump capacity start 18,500 liters per hour
  • 0 metre(s) Pump capacity start 19,500 liters per hour
  • Pomp type

Float for automatic activation / deactivation

This submersible pump is fitted with a float, which ensures that the pump is switched on and off automatically. Each pump has its own variables relating to the level at which the pump switches on or off. Robust wastewater pumps usually have a high level of activation and deactivation. They will start operating relatively late and stop relatively soon, unlike puddle pumps, which switch on sooner and switch off later. Check the pump's specifications for these variables. There are three types of floats: a floating one, which is attached to a cable; a float arm; and an integrated float. The first type needs more space because it may float in any direction, while the float arm needs less space, as it only moves up and down, and generally has higher operational reliability. Finally, there is the internal float, which is integrated in the pump and therefore needs the least space. We see these internal floats mainly in puddle pumps, because they need to operate in small spaces.

Stainless steel / Inox

In some situations, stainless steel, which is also called Inox steel, can be very handy, and is prescribed in particular with regard to drinking water. Drinking water must remain pure and may not contain corrosive elements, which is the reason that stainless steel is used. Furthermore, a stainless steel pump is also resistant to lime, which tends to stick to surfaces, but is not able to do so with smooth, stainless steel surfaces. Cast iron is usually the counterpart of stainless steel, but these pumps are prone to corroding and are therefore used mainly for irrigation. A final advantage of stainless steel is that it is lighter than cast iron and is therefore easier to move.

T.I.P.

TIP is a German manufacturer, specialising in water pumps for consumers. They have a very interesting range of mainly Inox or stainless steel pumps, fully tailored to the consumer market. Their products range from high-capacity submersible pumps at highly competitive prices to good stainless steel borehole pumps for situations in which water needs to be pumped up from a level deeper than eight metres. Furthermore, TIP is very good at accommodating the consumer. For example, some pumps come with a kit designed to start up immediately, while others are fitted with handy features, such as a top outlet or a baseplate.

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