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Tallas D-CW 200 Submersible Pump

55.00
    • Tallas D-CW 200 Submersible Pump
    • Tallas D-CW 200 Dompelpomp

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    Regular Price: £ 75.00

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    Special Price £ 55.00

     

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    • 2 year warranty
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    Tallas D-CW 200 Submersible Pump
    7m drain hose - 1" (25 mm)
    Fittings for 7m drain hose - 1" (25 mm)

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    Tallas D-CW 200 Submersible Pump

    £ 55.00

    Description of the Tallas D-CW 200 Submersible Pump

    Brief specifications

    • Pump capacity 5,700 litres per hour
    • Head rate 5,5 metres
    • Unique: a relatively inexpensive, but high-quality clean water pump

    Pros and cons

    • Ideal clean water pump for around the house
    • Very good value for money
    • Automatically switches on and off
    • Lightweight
    • The float switch floats freely, so may get stuck behind something

    The Tallas D-CW 200 is a submersible pump that is both suitable for occasional use or fixed placement in a cellar, well or other area where clean or waste water must be automatically removed. The pump is very compact and can therefore be placed in small spaces (approx. 28 cm).

    You can set the pump to automatically turn on at different water levels. The separate float switch cable can be attached at two places on the pump, allowing you to easily determine the level at which the pump powers on. Moreover, the pump's lever can be folded in and out as desired.

    • The pump outlet is 1.25". Our supplied hose can be attached directly to this.
    • The maximum submersion depth of the pump is 7 metres.
    • The maximum head rate is 5.5 metres

    This pump has a float switch, which means it automatically switches on and off based on the water level.

    • Switches on automatically when the water reaches 24 cm
    • Switches off automatically when the water reaches 6-10 cm
    • On manual mode (when the float switch is fixed/held), this pump will pump the water to 4 cm

    Are you looking for a pump that leaves less water / switches on automatically sooner? In that case, you should choose a submersible utility pump.

    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.

    Float switch for switching on/off automatically

    This submersible pump has a float switch. This float switch ensures the submersible pump switches on and off automatically. Each pump has its own variables when it comes to when it will switch on or off. Heavy-duty dirty water pumps often have a high level for starting and stopping. They will switch on relatively late and switch off relatively late. Unlike submersible utility pumps, which start sooner and stop later. Check the pump specifications for these variables. 
There are three types of float switches A free-floating float switch attached to a cable, a lever float switch, and an internal float switch. The free-floating float switch needs room, as it can move in all directions. The lever float switch needs less space, as it only moves up and down. This makes it more reliable in general. Finally, there is the internal float switch. It has been built into the pump and requires the least amount of space. These internal float switches are often used on submersible utility pumps that have to operate in small spaces.

     

    Types of water this product can pump

     

    Yield table

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    Specifications of the Tallas D-CW 200 Submersible Pump

    • 3.5 kg
    • Tallas
    • 230 Volt
    • 220 Watt
    • Technopolymer
    • 1,25"
    • 5,700 litres per hour
    • 5,5 metres
    • 5 mm
    • 7 metres
    • 40°C
    • 20 cm
    • 20,5 x 15 x 24,5 cm
    • 10 metres
    • H05RN-F
    • Tallas D-CW 200, 10m connection cable, 90 degree elbow fitting and manual.
    • On: 24 cm | Off: 6 - 10 cm
    • 4 cm (when the float switch is fixed/held)
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    Reviews of the Tallas D-CW 200 Submersible Pump

    Simple pump for our cellar

    Purchased this pump last week and managed to drain our cellar twice already (from a lifting station). Result: A dry and clean cellar. At this price the perfect pump!
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    Frequently asked questions of the Tallas D-CW 200 Submersible Pump

    Frequently Asked Questions ● What does a float switch do and how does it benefit me? ● If I use the float switch, at what water level will the pump automatically turn on and off? ● In what situations can I use this pump? ● What is the difference between the Maxima 18000, Tallas D-CW 200, DAB FEKA 600 M-A and the DTX-T 7500? ● Can this pump be placed in small spaces? ● Is the pump delivered ready for use? ● Which items are included in the package? What does a float switch do and how does it benefit me? A float switch ensures that your pump automatically turns on or off at a certain water level. This is very convenient if you wish to use the pump in rooms that are regularly submerged. After all, with a float switch you will no longer have to manually switch on or off the pump. However, if you wish to use the pump manually, you can always move the float switch upwards or fix it with string or tape. If I use the float switch, at what water level will the pump automatically turn on and off?? This submersible pump automatically powers on at a water level of 285 mm and turns off at a water level of 85 mm. In order to ensure that the room doesn't maintain a water level of 85 mm once the pump powers off, the pump is often placed in a small pit. This pit ensures that the pump is placed at a slightly deeper position in the room, ensuring continued pumping until a water level of 85 mm is reached in the pit. In this way, the rest of the room will be pumped dry and there will only be some remaining water in the pit In what situations can I use this pump? You can use the pump in the following situations: ● The draining of your basement and/or crawl space ● As a permanent setup to automatically drain your basement/crawl space once a specific water level is reached ● The draining of your basin ● The draining of your pool What is the difference between the Maxima 18000, Tallas D-CW 200, DAB FEKA 600 M-A and the DTX-T 7500? ● The Maxima 18000 is an entry level pump waste water pump that can be used in almost any situation. This pump is also available as a version with a greater pumping capacity, namely the Maxima 24000. This pump can pump 24,000 litres per hour. ● Tallas D-CW 200 is a waste water pump that is suitable for processing smaller suspended solids (up to 10 mm). This pump is therefore highly suited for use in flooded cellars/creep spaces that contain sand or gravel. ● The DAB FEKA 600 M-A is the most advanced and robust waste water pump of the four. Thanks to its robust build and unique internal engineering, this submersible pump can even be used for pumping faecal matter, in a manure pit or sewage system, for example. ● Finally, the DTX-T 7500 is a waste water pump that is highly recommended for draining ponds. This pump is equipped with a protective cap, preventing wildlife such as fish from being sucked into the pump. This pump can also be placed either vertically or horizontally. Can this pump be placed in small spaces? This pump requires a space of at least a diameter of 19 centimetres. However, if you want the pump to run automatically, the float switch arm should be able to move freely. In other words, the pump requires an open space of at least 30 centimetres for automatic operation. Is the pump delivered ready for use? Yes, this pump is supplied with all the components required for direct use. Which items are included in the package? ● Tallas D-CW 200 ● Cable connection (5 m) ● Manual
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