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Tallas D-BOOST 850 Booster Pump Set

199.00

Tallas D-BOOST 850 Booster Pump Set

  • Tallas D-BOOST 850 Booster Pump Set

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: £238.00

16%Discount

Special Price £199.00

incl. 21% BTW

  • Product in stock
  • 2 year warranty
  • Free shipping, see our shipping policy
  • Order before 22.00u, delivery on Delivery date: 15 november 2018
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Order the default package of the Tallas D-BOOST 850 Booster Pump Set

Tallas D-BOOST 850 Booster Pump Set
7m suction hose SET
PTFE tape - 12m

£238.00 £199.00

 

Order only the Tallas D-BOOST 850 Booster Pump Set without accessories

Tallas D-BOOST 850 Booster Pump Set

£179.00

Tip from Niels
In addition to all the extras, this total package also includes the correct connectors and PTFE tape, so you can directly get started installing your pump.

Description of the Tallas D-BOOST 850 Booster Pump Set

Brief specifications

  • Pump capacity 3,200 litres per hour
  • Head rate 43 m / Pressure 4,3 bar
  • Automatically switches on or off when you open a tap
  • Provides pressure and capacity of an average of 1 or 2 sprinklers

Pros and cons

  • Automatically switches on and off
  • Is resistant against rust and limescale
  • Compact, lightweight/easy to move
  • Built-in water filter
  • Affordable
  • Low noise
  • Incl. tank, convenient for supply to toilet or drip hose
  • Cannot operate continuously, 3 hours continuous operation max.

Contents of this package

  • Tallas D-BOOST 850 with built-in check valve and pre-filter
  • 1.5m cable connection
  • Special offer: 7m suction hose
  • 18 l pressure vessel
  • Rubber anti-vibration feet
  • Multi-tool for opening the pre-filter and more
  • Manual

Production description

This booster pump supplies you with water whenever needed. As soon as you open a supply point, the pump will automatically switch on and pump water from a source. Moreover, this set can also be used in situations where a specific water pressure must be realised. The pump will automatically switch on to ensure the best results. This pump is ideal for situations that require increased pressure, general water supply or use of water from wells and reservoirs for irrigation purposes. Thanks to the water reservoir (an 18 l pressure vessel), the pump doesn't constantly switch on and off, guaranteeing reduced energy conlifting stationtion. Moreover, water hammer is always prevented, significantly extending the pump's life span.

The device is also equipped with a built-in check valve and pre-filter. The pre-filter prevents suspended solids from entering the pump housing and damaging your pump. This pre-filter can be easily opened and cleaned using the included multi-tool.

  • Provides sufficient pressure and capacity for an average of 1 or 2 sprinklers
  • The hose used for this pump has a delivery diameter of 1" and suction diameter of of 1"
  • Sucks up water from a maximum depth of 8 m.
  • The maximum head rate is 43 m, which is equal to an output of 4.3 bar

Water tank

This pump is equipped with a tank. This can be useful in a number of situations. Particularly if the pump has to supply water occasionally (drip feed) A pump without a tank will pulse (switch on and off all the time) A pump with a tank can satisfy the demand for water from the tank, which means it doesn't have to start up every time. These pumps are great for, for instance, drip hoses for even irrigation or filling a toilet tank, which also happens slowly. A second advantage of a tank is that the so-called 'water hammer' is strongly reduced. Water hammer is the shock your pipes endure when a tap is opened fully and quickly. Pumps that produce high pressure straightaway can exacerbate water hammer. This pump's (built-in) tank prevents that.

Tallas

Tallas is a brand that has been around for many years and has always focused on the consumer market. Tallas has some particularly handy solutions for garden irrigation and using ditch water or rainwater. Tallas is part of DAB, and its pumps are built according to the same quality standards. They often use lighter materials, which results in a small difference in quality. Tallas's strength is their easy solutions they put on their pumps. This makes them ideal for many consumers. One example is a built-in pre-filter that protects the pump from dirt. Their irrigation pumps are also light and have a handle and base. This makes them easy to move and use for small irrigation jobs.

Complete and ready-to-use set

We offer a set for many of our pumps. This way, we want to help you get started as quickly and efficiently as possible. If you're looking for a replacement pump for an existing system, you can always order the pump separately. We offer that at a lower price (below the set). The set is composed of accessories to get the most out of your product. We also try to extend the lifespan of your pump with these accessories, letting you enjoy your purchase as long as possible.

Water filter

Many irrigation pumps and booster pumps include a separate water filter of have one already built in. In many cases, water is sucked in from a ditch, canal, or local source. No matter how clean this water may look, it can always contain dirt. Irrigation pumps/booster pumps are not very resistant against dirt, which can clog the impeller. By using a water filter, you can prevent the sucked in dirt from reaching the pump.

Switches on/off automatically

This pump switches on or off automatically when you turn on a tap somewhere that is connected to this pump. In many cases, it's very convenient if your pump switches on and off automatically. For instance, when you use it for irrigation with a hand nozzle. Or if you use rainwater to supply your toilet or washing machine. Certainly when you want to boost water pressure in your home too. Unlike a standard irrigation pump, a booster pump 'notices' when you turn on one or more taps, by registering a pressure difference. The pump will know it has to either start or stop. Standard booster pumps (installed on a tank) have a mechanical switch. More advanced booster pumps use an electronic switch. Both systems have their advantages and disadvantages. The mechanical switch is reliable but can't be (easily) adjusted. The electronic version can be adjusted but relies on electricity.

 

Types of water this product can pump

Yield table

1"
1"
2
    • 43 meter
    • 40 meter
    • 200 liter p/u
    • 35 meter
    • 500 liter p/u
    • 30 meter
    • 1.100 liter p/u
    • 25 meter
    • 1.750 liter p/u
    • 20 meter
    • 2.350 liter p/u
    • 15 meter
    • 2.600 liter p/u
    • 10 meter
    • 2.800 liter p/u
    • 5 meter
    • 3.050 liter p/u
    • 0 meter
    • 3.200 liter p/u
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Specifications of the Tallas D-BOOST 850 Booster Pump Set

  • 14 kg
  • Tallas
  • 230 Volt
  • 850 Watt
  • Technopolymer
  • 1"
  • 1"
  • 3,2000 litres per hour
  • 43 metres or max. 4,3 bar output
  • 8 metres
  • 0°C tot + 35°C
  • 50 x 26 x 55,4 cm
  • 1,5 metres
  • H07RN-F
  • 76 dB
  • Tallas D-BOOST 850 with built-in check valve and pre-filter, 1.5m cable connection, rubber anti-vibration feet, built-in 18 l pressure vessel , multi-tool for opening the pre-filter and manual. Special offer: FREE 7m suction hose
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Versions of the Tallas D-BOOST 850 Booster Pump Set

Is this model too weak or too strong? Choose another model from the same series below.

Product Pumpcapacity Head Price
Tallas D-BOOST 1100 Booster Pump Set 3,750 litres per hour 45 metres / Pressure 4,5 bar output £219.00
Tallas D-BOOST 850 Booster Pump Set 3,2000 litres per hour 43 metres or max. 4,3 bar output £199.00

Accessories of the Tallas D-BOOST 850 Booster Pump Set

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Reviews of the Tallas D-BOOST 850 Booster Pump Set

hydrofoorpomp D-boost850

De pomp geinstalleerd in de kelder op een regenwaterput.
D-boost werkt probleemloos maar maakt veel lawaai. Daarom heb ik ze ingekast en geisoleerd met rotswol.
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Frequently asked questions of the Tallas D-BOOST 850 Booster Pump Set

Frequently Asked Questions ● What is the benefit of a booster pump compared to an irrigation pump? ● What can I use this pump for? ● Is it okay to connect this pump to the existing water system in my home? ● What type of water can I pump with this device? ● Is this pump suitable for continuous use? ● Is it recommended to use a pre-filter? ● How should the pump be installed? ● The water the pump has to drain is located at a depth of more than 9 metres, what's the solution? ● What happens if there is no more water available from the source? ● Is this pump suitable for a drinking water system? ● Is the pump delivered ready for use? ● Which items are included in the package? What is the benefit of a booster pump compared to an irrigation pump? Generally speaking, a booster pump is an irrigation pump with several additional components, such as: ● A built-in pressure switch, which automatically turns the pump on or off depending on the water requirements. ● A pressure vessel (water reservoir), which provides you with immediate access to water and ensures the pump only has to turn on if the water in the pressure vessel starts depleting. In other words, in case of small water conlifting stationtion (several litres), a booster pump does not have to operate. When consuming water, the water in the pressure vessel is first used. If the water level in the pressure vessel starts depleting, the pump will automatically switch on in order to supply the vessel. In addition to energy savings, this guarantees a much more silent system and a continuous water supply. What can I use this pump for? You can use this pump for the following applications: ● Irrigation and sprinkling of your garden or lawn ● Cleaning your terrace, backyard deck or garden furniture ● (Rain)water supply of your washing machine, toilet, sink, shower, etc. ● Pressure-boosting your water supply Is it okay to connect this pump to the existing water supply system in my home? Yes, this pump can be connected to your existing water supply. However, this is not recommended given the non-adjustable, high pressure output of this pump. We recommended the DAB Easybox Minias a more suitable device.. What type of water can I pump with this device? The Tallas D-BOOST 850 can only pump clean water, which is to say: water without significant suspended solids (< 2 mm). This means you may also pump water from a canal or ditch, although under a number of conditions: ● We recommend using a suction hose with brass connection (improved filtration) ● We recommend using a pre-filter (additional filtering time before the water enters the pump) Moreover, the water should never be colder than -10°C and never be warmer than 40°C. Is this pump suitable for continuous use? Yes, this pump is ideal for continuous use. Is it recommended to use a pre-filter? If the water is approximately identical to drinking water, you will not have to use a pre-filter. However, if the water contains suspended solids (this is the case with water from a ditch or canal), we highly recommend using one. How should the pump be installed? The pump and connected system must always be protected against frost and other extreme weather conditions. Therefore always place the pump in a dry space, with an ambient temperature between 5 and 40 degrees, in which the motor can be cooled properly. In addition, all connected pipes must be fully water and air-tight to prevent damage and loss of performance. The water the pump has to drain is located at a depth of more than 9 metres, what's the solution? Irrigation and booster pumps can generally suck up water at a depth of 9 metres. If the depth is (sporadically) greater than 9 metres, you must use a borehole pump. A borehole pump is placed in the source and usually has a head rate of 50 metres or more. Please take a look at our selection of borehole pumps. What happens if there is no more water available from the source? This pump is water-cooled, which means the pump cools itself with the same water it pumps during operation. When there is no more water from the source (for example, if the water level in the source drops below 9 metres), the pump will continue to operate without water supply. This is also referred to as 'dry-running' and may cause the pump to overheat as a result (potentially causing significant damage). This pump is not equipped with so-called dry-running protection. However, such a system can be ordered separately. Please take a look at our collection of dry-running protection systems. Is this pump suitable for a drinking water system? Yes, this pump is made of plastic and is therefore suitable for a drinking water system Is the pump delivered ready for use? Yes, this pump is suitable for direct use. Click here to view the possible attachments for the Tallas D-BOOST 850. Which items are included in the package? ● Tallas D-BOOST 850 ● Temporarily with FREE brass suction hose 7m ● Cable connection ● Manual
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