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Tallas D-CWP 300

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2-year warranty
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Product information

Specifications overview


General information

Physical characteristics

Technical information


Types of water this pump can handle

Flow-rate table
Delivery diameter: 1 ¼"
  • 6 metre(s) Pump capacity start 600 liters per hour
  • 5 metre(s) Pump capacity start 2,400 liters per hour
  • 4 metre(s) Pump capacity start 3,600 liters per hour
  • 3 metre(s) Pump capacity start 4,800 liters per hour
  • 2 metre(s) Pump capacity start 6,000 liters per hour
  • 1 metre(s) Pump capacity start 6,800 liters per hour
  • 0 metre(s) Pump capacity start 7,500 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.

Mop-dry surfaces (puddle pump)

This pump is capable of draining flat surfaces, but not every submersible pump is a puddle pump. If you are dealing with flooding and want to drain a space 'dry', you will need a puddle pump. Some models can even drain water to a level of 0 to 1 mm. This type of pump is often used for cellars, crawl spaces, or basements, and may be a perfect solution if groundwater rises and floods your house or garden. There are two ways to use a puddle pump. If it is fitted with a float, the pump will be able to drain to a level of about 4 cm. However, only in manual mode is the puddle pump able to 'drain dry', which means you need to switch the pump off yourself when it no longer processes water. This is important because the pump cools itself with the water it pumps. Therefore, to avoid the pump becoming damaged, it must be set to manual mode to drain surfaces 'dry'.


The Tallas brand has been around for many years, and has always focused on the consumer market. They have come up with some handy solutions, in particular for garden irrigation and ditchwater or rainwater use. Tallas is part of DAB, and therefore its pumps meet the same high standards, although lighter materials are often used, which makes a slight difference in quality. Tallas is particularly good at providing simple solutions, with which they equip their pumps as standard, and are ideal for many consumers. For example, a built-in pre-filter that protects the pump because it stops dirt from entering it, but also light garden pumps that are fitted with a handle and footrest. This makes them easy to move and immediately available for small irrigation jobs.

Customer reviews

Posted at 19-07-2020 ----

Bought to drain our Jacuzzi every three months. Top device!!!!

L. Technics
Posted at 17-05-2020 --

Speedy delivery, everything is excellent!!!

Posted at 01-09-2019 Super material and service!

Perfect and speedy service .Excellent, easy to handle pump. Price-quality: top!

10 reviews


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